Freecoat Nails Appoints Carisa Findley as President

CHARLOTTE, North Carolina, June 1, 2022 /PRNewswire/ — freecoat nails™, one of the nation’s leading non-toxic nail and beauty product franchises, today announced that Carisa Findley, best-selling author and international motivational speaker, has joined the company in as new president. Findley takes the helm as the brand continues to reinvent the clean beauty movement based on a seismic move away from the typical negative experience and harmful chemicals used in traditional nail and beauty salons nationwide.

Findley is well known for co-authoring the best-selling book, “Hit,” with “Chicken soup for the soulseries author, Jack Canfield. With her inspirational and motivational approach, Findley then delivered keynote speeches based on mindfulness practices and motivational techniques. training in several countries where his joie de vivre and business acumen intersected to help others gain clarity and renew their passion for franchising and business development.

“Franchising is so much more than a job or an industry to me,” Findley said. “I was introduced to the importance of franchising and small business ownership at the age of three when my parents started a franchise cleaning brand. and I learned early on how franchises can help people thrive in the businesses they’re passionate about.”

A seasoned franchise executive, Findley began her professional franchise career at Curves International®, one of the world’s largest fitness franchises, where she focused on operations and training. After living abroad for several years, Findley helped develop Xtend Barre®, a boutique fitness franchise with operations in five countries.

Findley soon found herself in the United States helping brands like Elements Massage and TITLE Boxing Club as a senior business coach, trainer and vice president of learning and development. Blending her personal style fueled by a passion for business development, health and wellness, nutrition, meditation and mindfulness, Findley joins Freecoat Nails as the brand’s first president.

“Kat and I are super excited and proud to welcome Carisa to the Freecoat family,” said Landon Eckles, co-owner and CEO of Freecoat. “freecoat is a special brand that has captured the attention of young entrepreneurs looking for small business owners, and Carisa’s dynamic energy, attitude and leadership will certainly shine throughout this exciting new chapter of the company. history of freecoat.”

freecoat was started as a passion project for Landon and Kat Eckles who also founded Clean Juice, the first and only organic juice bar franchise and USDA certified quick service restaurant. To date, Freecoat operates several locations in North Carolina, South Carolina and Tennessee.

The rise of the clean beauty industry is due to the use of harmful and toxic chemicals in many traditional nail salons today. Specifically for freecoat, the elimination of six of the most harmful chemicals found in most traditional nail salons including camphor, dibutyl phthalate, formaldehyde/formaldehyde resin, xylene, triphenyl phosphate and toluene. According to the Center for Disease Control and, these chemicals severely disrupt the health and well-being of clients, cause headaches and respiratory problems, and can lead to long-term effects such as lung disease, cancer, reproductive problems and fatigue.

“The beauty industry is very unregulated and oftentimes consumers can be misled or confused about what chemicals are being used on them or what they are being exposed to,” said Kat Eckles, co-founder of Freecoat. “freecoat was created out of necessity to provide a healthy, toxin-free environment for men, women and children to safely get their nails done in an unparalleled luxurious experience.”

Clean, non-toxic beauty is the new normal, and Freecoat plans to disrupt this $532 billion beauty industry by delivering clean products while focusing on the communities it serves. The young franchise affirms the importance of being totally transparent about the products and services it offers because today’s customers demand and have every right to know and feel that they are doing their bodies good.

About Freecoat Nails

Founded in Charleston, SC in 2017 as one of the nation’s leading non-toxic nail and beauty franchise systems. The freecoat nail brand was purchased by Kat and Landon Eckles, founders of Charlotte-based Clean Juice, the first and most prolific USDA-certified organic juice bar franchise in the United States and follows the personal and professional philosophy of ‘Eckles of “sound in body and strong in mind” (3 Johns 1-2). freecoat is proud to offer a premium beauty salon with non-toxic skin care products and services. To ensure the safety of customers and staff, each location is equipped with medical-grade technology, including system and autoclave ventilation to sterilize all bacteria and viruses. With each service, clients can feel safe in a jet-free pedicure bowl and receive single-use files and swabs .freecoat prides itself on using premium, non-toxic products and never offers SNS or false nails/acrylics, which contribute to toxic fumes.To learn more about franchise opportunities, visit Freecoat Nails Franchising.

Media contact: B. Quick Chadwick, Marketing Manager678-637-5552[email protected]

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