LunchboxWax to Open in San Jose, California

LunchboxWax to open in San Jose, California

We are thrilled to be expanding in the Bay Area and to be part of the vibrant community of San Jose.

LunchboxWax, known for its expertly trained waxologists, chic vibe and emotive brand that happily encourages all to “Bare Your Beauty,” is now open at Camden Park, to serve men and women who are mindful about the places they go and people they choose for personal services.

Franchisees Peter Lane and Nicky Lecher operate the five-suite salon located in the Camden Park area of San Jose (2047 Camden Avenue). Camden Park marks the body-waxing franchise’s fifth East Bay location and 33rd location nationwide. Lane and Lecher also operate LunchboxWax salons in Alameda, Concord, Dublin and Walnut Creek, and are planning to open in Brentwood early next year.

“We are thrilled to be expanding in the Bay Area and to be part of the vibrant community of San Jose,” Nicky Lecher said.

In addition to California, LunchboxWax also operates in Arizona, Colorado, Idaho, Florida, Massachusetts, Nevada, New Jersey, Oregon and Utah.

“We’re as intentional about the locations we choose as we are the teams we build, the products and salons we design, and the franchisees we bring on board to grow our business and support our culture of community empowerment,” LunchboxWax Founder + CEO Debi Lane said. “We’re excited to watch our LunchboxWax franchise family continue to grow, and we’re eager, too, to become part of the Concord community.”

Named in Entrepreneur Magazine’s top 10 categories in franchising since December 2013, LunchboxWax launched its national franchise program in late 2013 to answer growing consumer demand for expertly trained estheticians trained for the sole purpose of speed waxing in an environment that is dedicated to each guest’s comfort.

For more on LunchboxWax services, products and locations, visit For franchise information, including investment details and application information, visit

This is not an offer to sell or solicitation of an offer to buy. Offers are only made in states where we have complied with applicable law and an offer to sell or a solicitation of any offer to buy a franchise shall be made solely by a Franchise Disclosure Document.

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