Las Vegas Spa uses WarmlyYours Radiant Heat in New Spa Phenomenon
Long Grove, IL - February 2009 - The Heated Spa Lounge Chair, a revolutionary application of WarmlyYours Low Voltage Radiant heating mat, is exciting crowds at the Encore Spa in Las Vegas.
Encore, the Wynn Hotel’s upscale spa in Las Vegas, is one of the first full service spas to offer this new spa phenomenon to their guests and you can be sure that it is generating a buzz. Ryan Crabbe, Director of Spa Operations at the Wynn hotel, has been quoted saying, "The Heated Spa Chairs are quite the hit with our guests."
With WarmlyYours spa comfort products, including towel warmers, mirror defoggers and radiant floor heating, you can create a professional spa experience right in your home’s master bathroom.
Since 1982, Bradford Products (www.bradfordproducts.com), creator of the Heated Spa Lounge Chair and a prominent manufacturer of high quality, custom designed stainless steel aquatic products, has worked with architects, aquatic designers, contractors, spa dealers and homeowners to develop and provide products that offer outstanding quality, function, beauty and value. Utilizing WarmlyYours heating mats to add radiant warmth to lounging chairs and benches is just one example of Bradford’s level of ingenuity and innovation.
Peter Miller, National Sales Manager, Bradford Products, told WarmlyYours, "The designer for the Encore Heated Loungers chose a variation of Bradford Products' standard "Grace" Lounger. WarmlyYours Low Voltage Radiant heating mats applied beneath the stainless steel shell of the “Grace” Lounger provides the ultimate in relaxation before and after your spa experience. For further information regarding Bradford's heated loungers or any of Bradford’s SpaExperience products, contact Mike Stimson firstname.lastname@example.org.
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