• The Primping Place Celebrates 20 Years

    For Immediate Release

    May 3, 2012

    Contact: Debra O’Keefe

    The Primping Place Celebrates 20 Years

    (Stamford, CT) Lisa Mecca-Primps is a small business owner who has a found a way to make her business successful in tough economic times. Lisa owns The Primping Place Spa located at 1747 Summer Street and will have the privilege of celebrating her 20 year anniversary this month. “The Primping Place is a spa that offers a unique variety of services in a comfortable setting” according to Lisa.

    In honor of her 20th anniversary Lisa will be hosting a promotional event on Saturday May 12th from 1-4.  At the event guests will be able to learn more about the unique services The Primping Place offers, including Lisa’s main specialty electrolysis and view a slideshow presentation on laser liposuction by Dr. Twit. In addition there will be a tasting of Isagenix Organic Cleanse products,  which Lisa is a personal supporter of since it has provided her with steady weight loss and the avoidance of medication for her cholesterol & insulin.

    The Primping Place will also be offering spa quality facial products at the event just in time for Mother’s Day.   Guests will be able to take advantage of fabulous promotional discounts which include 20% off services such as microdermabrasion, facials, peels, and the popular treatment the Hydrafacial which was featured on “The Doctors”. With these services you also receive $20 towards in stock items from Jan Marini, Bioelements, Dermalogica, Lip Ink, and Mineral Hygenics makeup just to name a few! Another wonderful reason to take advantage of Lisa’s spa sale on May 12th is that 10% of all spa sales will be donated to Outreach to Pets in Need (OPIN). Online gift certificates are available if you cannot attend which can be printed or emailed from home.

    Lisa is a long time client and member of the Women’s Business Development Council (WBDC) located at 184 Bedford Street, suite 201. She believes her business has benefited greatly from the programs and one on one counseling she has received from WBDC. The one on one counseling sessions gave her the technical knowledge she needed to run an organized and efficient business. Lisa also credits running Groupon and Living Social promotions for helping to spread awareness of The Primping Place. Come out on May 12th to pamper yourself and support a local women owned business!


    The Women’s Business Development Council (WBDC) is a non-profit organization dedicated to helping women become economically self-sufficient. WBDC is the leader of entrepreneurial and financial training for women in Connecticut and has been educating, empowering and promoting women through entrepreneurship, financial education and expanded career opportunities for 15 years.

    For more information please visit or call 203-353-1750.  Follow WBDC on Twitter and Become a WBDC Fan on Facebook.