Jewelers will soon be selling beauty and salon stations to the Walmart Walmart.
The D.I.C.’s are planning to sell their beauty and wellness stations to retailers across the nation, said Christine R. Roesler, a spokeswoman for the D.R.A.
The stations are a staple in the D’s beauty salon community and attract visitors from all over the world.
The station’s location at the intersection of 17th Street NW and Maryland Avenue NW has made it one of the city’s top tourist destinations.
The station’s signature drink, the beauty bar soda, sells for $2.50 a shot, and there is a selection of lip balms, moisturizers, facial scrubs and hair care products.
It’s a niche market, but it’s one that D.
Cs. jeweler’s are excited about expanding to.
“We want to continue to be a destination for beauty and beauty salon owners to sell to our customers, whether they are coming from the city, across the country or just from their home state,” said Christine Ross, a D.D.C.-based jeweler who is the DRCA’s chief operating officer.
“If they can find a place that fits the needs of their customers, we can offer them a good price.”
Roesler said the stations would help D.s. jewelery owners expand their businesses to more locations and that they are also looking for additional business to sell the stations to.
“It’s exciting to be able to sell this to a variety of places,” she said.
“We are hoping to sell it to Walmart and a lot of other retailers.”