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New Providence Police, Fire, EMS Appreciation Day at Luminous

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Luminous MedSpa and Salon held a luncheon in appreciation of the New Providence Police Department and Fire and EMT volunteers on Friday.
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Heather Hoffman, owner of Luminous MedSpa and Salon with Mayor Al Morgan.
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NEW PROVIDENCE, NJ - The torrential downpours did not dampen the Police, Fire, and EMS Emergency Management Appreciation Day Open House Luncheon at Luminous MedSpa and Salon on Friday. The event ran all day from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. with delicious food including generous contributions from Prestige Diner and Providence Bar and Kitchen, refreshments, mini treatments, and 20-percent off vouchers for all future full services for themselves and their spouses.

“We want to thank New Providence Emergency Management for all they do for all of us," said Luminous owner Heather Hoffman. "They do so much for everyone, we wanted to do something nice for them. We are especially grateful to the New Providence Police who stop by to check on us. They are always so nice to us and really make us feel welcomed and watched over. We also want to thank Mayor Al Morgan for always being so supportive. New Providence is such a great community. Our business has grown so much and would not have been possible without the great reception we receive here. We are so appreciative.”

Luminous MedSpa and Salon is located 592 Central Ave in New Providence and can be reached by calling (908) 464-8208. Walk ins always welcome.

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Luminous  hours are Monday, Tuesday, Friday and Saturday 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. Wednesday and Thursday 9 a.m. to 8 p.m. Sundays and Holidays by appointment.

For a full list of services, visit their website at LuminousMedSalon.com.

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