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What You'll Get
Like ripened fruits, people with healthy-colored skin tend to spend less time loitering in orchards and are more likely to get picked up at the grocery store. Catch the eye of passing orangutans with today’s Groupon. For $10, you get $50 worth of tanning services at The Tan Company. This deal is good at The Tan Company’s East Battlefield and North Glenstone locations in Springfield.
Since 1994, The Tan Company's certified tanning consultants have harnessed the body-bronzing power of the sun and relocated it to customers' skin through a variety of vectors. Turn up your tone gradually with $50 in services and five levels of tanning available. The UV-averse and/or time-crunched, meanwhile, can step into a Mystic Tan booth to be evenly sprayed with a formulated mixture distilled from sunshine, beer-can condensation, beach volleyball sand, aloe vera, and other natural summertime ingredients. Unlike most prop-based comedy routines, the Mystic Tan process is over fast—noticeable color enhancement will occur within two to three hours. Many Tan Company locations offer custom airbrushing as well, in case the look you're going for is a Mystic Farmer Tan.
Though a gold-injected pallor makes it easier to trick coworkers into worshipping you as a sun god, The Tan Company advocates tanning in moderation, particularly if you're auditioning for a role in a Jane Austen movie. Protective eyewear is always recommended, and pregnant women will need to consult their doctor before tanning.
The Fine Print
Promotional value expires Jun 2, 2011. Amount paid never expires. Limit 1 per person, may buy multiple as gifts. Valid only at listed locations. Must be 18 or older. Tax not included. Not valid with other offers. Merchant is solely responsible to purchasers for the care and quality of the advertised goods and services.
About The Tan Company
Formerly the St. Louis Tan Company, The Tan Company opted for a more general name after it expanded from its first salons in Missouri. While he established locations in other states, owner Todd Beckman stuck to the business model that had attracted his initial surge of customers: several different tanning levels in one clean, welcoming space. Today, Tan Company locations feature beds, booths, and products from multiple leading brands, including MysticTan and Australian Gold.