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When the company goes to the customer

Mobile businesses say they can cut overhead, extend their reach

Mobile Spa, launched in 2002 in Stoneham, saves its customers a trip to the massage therapist or the manicurist. Its services start at $200. Mobile Spa, launched in 2002 in Stoneham, saves its customers a trip to the massage therapist or the manicurist. Its services start at $200. (Yoon S. Byun/Globe Staff)
By Susan Chaityn Lebovits
Globe Correspondent / August 11, 2008

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Carolyn Labuda recently enjoyed her bachelorette party at home. The 27-year-old high school math teacher opted for a quiet afternoon with 11 friends instead of a night out on the town. Her guests couldn't have been happier. Three technicians from Mobile Spa provided hot-stone and Swedish massages, manicures, and pedicures - transforming Labuda's Lexington condominium into a spa. (Full article: 815 words)

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