Salloway has now completed the leasing of Number 5 High Street in Swadlincote to a new health and sports business venture.
Taking her expertise from working as a therapist at Champneys Health Spa for almost 14 years, Mrs Curran opened her aptly named tanning and sports health business The Tannery.
Spread over the two floors on the corner premises Mrs Curran and her team will be offering the latest in safe tanning with two sun-beds and one vertical sun-bed supplied by leading manufacturer, Hellinova.
The interior design by Danielle and Husband Paul combines luxury Italian leather furniture and sofas with solid oak flooring and luscious green walls for a relaxing and enhancing experience.
On the second floor a sports supplement and nutritional products shop will be opened for local sports enthusiasts offering Muscle Milk, Muscle Tech and Met-rx. Mrs Curran has identified a growing trend of combining a retail premises with a professional sun-tanning service.
"This will attract customers who are looking to improve their body psychic with a healthy tan that is both attractive and builds their confidence in their busy lives", said Danielle.
"Our whole experience of treatment from the sun beds to the relaxing area on the first floor differentiates us from other centres in the town".
The excellent location with a double frontage on the pedestrianised High Street became one of Sawdlincote's most sought-after premises after it received a £30,000 refurbishment and make-over that made it possible for The Tannery to lease the premises on a three-year deal.
"Danielle was looking to make a splash on the High Street for her new venture", added
Anwar Hussain, Associate at Salloways in Burton. "Though we had other premises available it was No 5 that ticked all the right boxes for The Tannery; and we were anxious that she should have this opportunity to exploit her entrepreneurial skills
with this high quality tanning lounge concept".
Customers will be welcomed at the reception desk located on the ground floor where they can relax whilst waiting for their treatment sessions.
The Burton Mail understands that The Tannery has pitched its prices to be attractive to local residents and visitors will a 50 minute block booking costing £23.
Danielle and Husband Paul, who carried out the final redecoration, are confident that they have found a winning formula for this venture with a mix of the tanning services and sports products that will attract a wide cross section of customers from all different sports and recreational past times.
The increasing level of business activity and retail growth in Swadlincote, despite the faltering recovery reported elsewhere, is making the town an attractive commercial and business centre for new start-ups and for relocations.