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For Sale: Beauty Salon - Well Established, All Equipment - San Diego
For sale by owner in San Diego, California. Well established salon with 3 hair stations, 2 nail stations, 2 pedicure stations, 2 hair wash stations, and one room to be used as a massage, eyebrow, eyelash, depilation room. Because we are moving out of the city, we need to sell it. Attributes: Home Based, Training & Support, For Sale By Owner
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Attributes: Semi Absentee Run, Absentee Run, Training And Support
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