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Relax with Breathe Easy of Mamaroneck

This new Patch series, which highlights local businesses, is as much about supporting companies as it is about celebrating the places and faces that make our community special.

Breathe Easy
Breathe Easy

Every local business has a story worth sharing with the community.

Our spotlight today is on Ellen and Gary Patrick, owners of Breathe Easy.


Business: Breathe Easy
Owners: Ellen and Gary Patrick
Website: www.BreatheEasyUSA.com
Address: Manhattan, Dobbs Ferry, Mamaroneck and Katonah

How did you come up with the name?
Because the Dry Salt Therapy we offer helps you breathe easier, improves your skin and helps you relax more.

Why choose that location? Why start a business in this town?
Due to the population

Briefly, what business are you in?
Dry Salt Therapy

What's the most difficult moment or challenge you've faced as a business owner?
Building the locations

Were there any challenges that made you second guess your decision to be an entrepreneur?
None

What's been your favorite moment or proudest achievement since opening?
Watching people feel better after their sessions

What's the most innovative idea your employees or customers have had that you put into practice?
Social media blogging

How do you deal with difficult customers?
We haven't had any.

How does your business give back or get involved in the community?
Part of our marketing is charity based raising donations for American Lung Association and Cystic Fibrosis.

The plan behind this new series at Patch is to shine the spotlight on all our favorite local businesses, and to learn a little about the ones we may not know that well.

This is as much about supporting local businesses as it is about celebrating the places and faces that make our community special.

Here's a simple form where local business owners can answer a few quick questions to be part of this ongoing feature. 

FRANK WARD April 28, 2014 at 09:19 AM
Would be very helpful when speaking to new businesses would would give he address and phone number of the businesses.

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