Thursday, March 1, 2012
Check out the photos from Ginger Bay Salon and Spa grand opening. The salon recently opened in Town and Country Crossing.
As previously reported by Town and Country - Manchester Patch, Ginger Bay Salon and Spa is a locally owned, full-service salon that’s been in operation since 1991 with its original location in Kirkwood. The Town and Country Crossing location is the second location for owner, attorney Laura Ortmann. Ortmann purchased the Kirkwood location in 2008 and just opened the West County location. If you missed the grand opening, check out the photos from it on Ginger Bay Salon and Spa's Facebook page.
Wednesday, December 28, 2011
Despite a struggling economy, Town and Country and Manchester saw many new business additions in 20122. Here’s a look at the highlights from the "Patch" Business Breakdown.
The Bar Method was just finding its feet in January 2011. This unique ballet inspired exercise studio in Town and Country Crossings is the first of its kind in St. Louis. The studio is growing and owner Jessica Prasse is opening a second location in Brentwood this spring. In February, Patch checked into CODI the Boutique looking for Valentine bling. The handcrafted jewelry shop is the second location for local designer Courtney Hopson, who moved the store next to Whole Foods in Town and Country Crossing last fall, seeking better foot traffic. March saw the construction of Westminster Christian Academy, a brand new $70 million dollar school for junior and high school students. The academy moved from their old campus in Creve Coure over the …
Thursday, November 3, 2011
Ginger Bay Salon and Spa will be opening its second St. Louis area location in Town and Country Crossing this December.
Ginger Bay Salon and Spa is a locally owned, full-service salon that’s been pampering customers since 1991. In 2008, the Kirkwood-based salon was purchased by attorney Laura Ortmann, who had been working as the company’s in-house counsel. Ortmann said she fell in love with the salon and gradually became more than just its attorney. She decided to make a career shift, and after five years at the salon, she accepted an offer to buy it rather than open her own law practice. Technically, Ortmann is still a lawyer, which is a great asset for a business owner, she said. “Law is not my focus—this is my baby,” Ortmann said of Ginger Bay. Ortmann said that Ginger Bay was already an excellent company when she took over. The salon staff were all …