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European Wax Center Opening New Location In Williamsburg

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JAMES CITY-A new business is opening soon in Courthouse Commons shopping center off of Monticello Avenue.

European Wax Center will open a new location at 5227 Monticello Ave., Suite E later this year. The new business is taking over the space that once housed the mattress store BedCrafters by Michelle.

European Wax Center is a chain establishment that specializes in a variety of wax services for both men and women as well as facials. The company has several other nearby locations including two in Richmond, two in Virginia Beach, and one on the Peninsula in Newport News on Jefferson Avenue.

An exact opening date has not been announced, though a grand opening celebration involving specials is in the works. For more information on the newest European Wax Center location in Williamsburg, click here.

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