Unfortunately, break-ins and robberies occur frequently these days, and small businesses are often targets. Many times, after the burglar breaks into a tanning salon, they realize there isn’t much cash to steal, but the damage is already done. Broken doors, damage to the reception area, and vandalism are costly repairs that need to be fixed immediately, since they are at the point of first contact for your guests. Keep these crime prevention tips in mind, not only when you close your salon, but during all business hours.
These are just a few tips that can reduce the chances that your business will be the victim of a crime. If you’d like additional tips or have questions, feel free to contact Universal Insurance.
We wish you a safe and prosperous busy season!
Jenny is Vice President of Universal Insurance Programs, based in Phoenix, AZ. She works with new and existing salon owners to determine and provide insurance coverage for their unique business models. Contact Jenny with any questions regarding your insurance at 800.844.2101 x1480 or email firstname.lastname@example.org.
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