Rubicon Float Studio announces grand opening in Kirkland

  • Friday, February 17, 2017 8:55am
  • Business

Rubicon Float Studio, Inc. has announced its grand opening date of March 1 for its new location at Juanita Village in Kirkland. Rubicon is a company specializing in luxury flotation therapy centers. To celebrate the grand opening, there will be a public ribbon-cutting ceremony with Kirkland Deputy Mayor Jay Arnold at 5:30 p.m. on March 2.

“We are extremely excited to bring the most luxurious float available to the community,” said owner and manager of Rubicon Float Studio, Robert Barr. “Floating is a powerful tool for anyone wishing to relax and recover from stress, pain, and injury, or for those looking to empower their creative or strategic minds. Whether you are an experienced floater or have never experienced it for yourself, I invite you to experience our service and will give all first-time guests two additional floats on the house with the purchase of one.”

The company also announced that it is taking pre-bookings for 90-minute float appointments and has begun early registration and wait listing for memberships and VIP memberships, through its website. Rubicon will also be offering 30 percent off to the first 150 guests who book an appointment.

Rubicon will be located at 9715 NE 119th Way in Kirkland.

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