We are pleased to announce that construction on our new store is nearly complete. Coming soon, Made In Jax! will be an artisan boutique exclusively featuring products made right here in Jacksonville and surrounding areas. We look forward to offering the highest quality gifts and souvenirs to our travelers!
Comfort Zone Spa is hiring!!! Please share! Our Jacksonville location is looking to fill a position immediately. Any Licensed Massage Therapists, Nail Technicians or Full Specialists interested should email your resume to Annhill@comfortzonespa.net. Know anyone whose looking for employment in these fields? Please share our info with them. Thanks Comfort Zone friends!
Recently Erin Burnett, of CNN's OutFront, came to visit. To top off what it seems was an already pleasant stay she barely noticed her flight delay because of how welcoming our airport was. She had some very nice things to say calling JAX "America's Best Airport". She even mentioned twice that the airport has a spa!
This article is from when the spa opened in 2006 but we didn't have a blog then so check it out now if you like. Below are a few excerpts, to read the article in it's entirety click here.
"The airport doesn't seem like the type of place you might typically go to relax -- but Ann Hill is hoping to change that."
"Other than a shoe-shine stand, the businesses at the airport have historically been retail shops or restaurants."
"People kept on asking if there were any other services around the airport."
"Over the past year, Hill has turned what was "a big shell" at the corner of the walkway leading to Concourse A into a full-fledged spa, including a room for deep-tissue massages and miniature whirlpool baths for foot massages."
"Even with the spa's captive audience, Hill knows it won't be easy to build up a clientele. But her massage service grew from a few chairs near the entrance of the terminal to a business that operates 11 hours a day, 365 days a year throughout the building."
"I have people coming in who live nearby, who aren't even flying," she said, referring to the massage chairs located outside the security area. "It's a hassle traveling, especially if you do it frequently. We try to make it a bit calmer."
Credit: TIMOTHY J. GIBBONS-The Florida Times-Union.