Insurance

Risk management is a vital business concern for salon owners. Tanning salon insurance is about much more than providing a certificate of coverage to a landlord – it’s a policy of protection for the unexpected: trips and falls, theft, fire, crime and more. Several reputable insurance agencies specifically serve the indoor tanning industry; shop wisely and take the time to investigate the companies’ ratings and reputations.


  • Liability Coverage Protects Salons FromClaims
    Posted : 3/01/2005 Liability Coverage Protects Salons From Claims In today’s society, hundreds of thousands of Americans go to court each year to settle disputes. In some states, an injured party can recover compensatory damages as well as punitive damages. Compensatory ...More
    March 1, 2005 Posted in Articles, Operations
  • Looking Fit 02/2005: Determining Risk Exposure
    Posted : 2/01/2005 Determining Risk Exposure Obtaining proper insurance protection should be on the top of a new salon owner’s to-do list. However, the real question that potential salon owners want answered is how much to put in their pro formas for insurance. While there ...More
    February 1, 2005 Posted in Articles, Operations
  • Insurance Offers Low-CostProtection For AncillaryServices
    Posted : 1/01/2005 Insurance Offers Low-Cost Protection For Ancillary Services Adding ancillary services can provide the opportunity to increase clientele and profits. Examples of these services include toning, aesthetics, massage therapy, electrolysis, nail and beauty. ...More
    January 1, 2005 Posted in Articles, Operations
  • Winter Wonderland
    Posted : 12/01/2004 Winter Wonderland Protecting Your Salon Against Winter Winter ushers in seasonal traditions—from the holiday decorations to shoveling snow every morning. Winter also brings severe weather conditions that can inflict some hefty damage to commercial and ...More
    December 1, 2004 Posted in Articles, Operations
  • Conversations With The Industry
    Posted : 12/01/2004 Conversations With The Industry Hurricanes Cut Short Florida Tanning Season by Judie Bizzozero “The tanning industry will endure, and we have high hopes that the winter snowbirds will return to Florida and our business will thrive. It’s an undisputed ...More
    December 1, 2004 Judie Bizzozero Posted in Articles, Operations
  • Deterring Employee Credit-Card Fraud
    Posted : 11/01/2004 Deterring Employee Credit-Card Fraud Over the past few years, increased use of e-commerce and technology in business has created fertile ground for credit-card fraud and identity theft. Tanning salon owners need to instruct their employees that stealing ...More
    November 1, 2004 Posted in Articles, Operations
  • Filing An Insurance Claim
    Posted : 10/01/2004 Filing An Insurance Claim No tanning salon owner wants to think about the consequences of a fire, wind or flood destroying his or her business, but the fact is that disasters can and do happen. Losses can be difficult to endure; however, there are steps ...More
    October 1, 2004 Posted in Articles, Operations
  • Looking Fit 09/2004: Sunless Units Need Special Insurance Coverage
    Posted : 09/01/2004 Sunless Units Need Special Insurance Coverage The indoor tanning business is forever evolving and incorporating new ideas and methods to strengthen business and provide more services. One of the more recent changes seen in the industry is the increased ...More
    September 1, 2004 Posted in Articles, Operations
  • Looking Fit 08/2004: Young Children In The Salon Create Liability
    Posted : 08/01/2004 Young Children In The Salon Create Liability I have customers who bring their young children into my salon during their tanning appointments. I don’t mind the children being there; however, they are usually left alone in the lobby during the parent’s ...More
    August 1, 2004 Posted in Articles, Operations
  • Looking Fit 07/2004: Can Your Salon Withstand The Tornado Season?
    Posted : 07/01/2004 Twister Can Your Salon Withstand The Tornado Season? As we enter the stormy months of summer, the word tornado comes to mind. Scientists still are trying to understand the phenomenon of tornadoes. Where do these spinning winds originate? What powers ...More
    July 1, 2004 Posted in Articles, Operations