Northwest Float Center Exhibits at Art on the Ave Festival, Educates Community about Alternative Stress and Pain Relief

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Alternative stress and pain relief center, Northwest Float Center, attended Tacoma’s 2013 Art on the Ave Festival on Sunday, July 14th as a first time exhibitor. The festival, in its 15th year takes places on Tacoma’s historic 6th Avenue Business District between Cedar and Trafton and attracts approximately 15,000 attendees to enjoy the local flavor of art, music, food and more.

“Educating our community about the mental and physical benefits of floatation therapy is our primary focus,” said Kriss Brooks, Co-Founder of Northwest Float Center. “We are out here today really to connect with the people within our community and simply answer any questions about us, our facility opening within the next couple months or about floating in general.”

Northwest Float Center is also promoting their lifetime discounts to their first 100 members that signup when the center opens. The first 100 members will save up to $44 off each 75 minute float session in addition to 20% off of all Northwest Float Center merchandise and will receive occasional free floats and be entered in the exclusive members-only giveaways. People interested in becoming a member can join Northwest Float Center’s email newsletter to receive updates on how to join.

The turnout at the Art on the Ave Festival was a huge success for Northwest Float Center. “We were busy the entire day,” said Alex Ziegler, Co-Founder of Northwest Float Center. “People seemed intrigued to learn about floatation therapy and how it could help them. From back pain, to stress to even substance abuse issues, people simply wanted to know if they should try it to see if it helps. The answer is almost always yes, and I can’t wait for us to open our doors so people can experience floating first hand.”

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