Lindsay Kusy of Big Eddy-based Diva Den Day Spa provides a wide range of services

Revelstoke Women’s Show showcases entrepreneurial spirit

The 2011 Revelstoke Women’s Show at the Hillcrest Hotel was another great opportunity to learn about new businesses in Revelstoke.



Business Beat by Aaron Orlando

The 2011 Revelstoke Women’s Show at the Hillcrest Hotel was another great opportunity to learn about new and new-ish businesses in Revelstoke. Here’s just a few of the stories from the popular charity fundraiser for the Revelstoke Womens’ Shelter, raising a total of $8,969 this year, said organizer Tanya Secord.

Jessica Stewardson Photography

Jessica Stewardson (www.jessicastewardsonphotography.com) specializes in natural light family photography. She consults with clients and then draws on a catalogue of “secret locations” to create lasting art for display in the family home. Coffee table books and canvas prints are popular, she says. Her business is full-service, from initial consultation to final product. “I’m trying to make art for the home,” Stewardson said.

Tomboy Tools

Tomboy Tools is just one businesses  Michelle Nagy has on the go. The line of pink home tools are specially designed for women, featuring smaller sizes and unique designs that are a  better ergonomic fit for smaller hands. She offers one-on-one sales or parties with discounts for the host.  “It’s just a fun thing that I do,” she said. Nagy is also a co-owner of Bear Canyon Cabinets, which is about to re-open in the Industrial Park near the BC Hydro building, hopefully in a couple of weeks. The business was previously located on Garden & Victoria. For more on Tomboy Tools or Bear Canyon Cabinets, email Michelle at michelle@bearcanyoncabinets.ca.

Diva Den Day Spa

Lindsay Kusy’s Diva Den Day Spa in the Big Eddy has been open for over a year now and offers a full spectrum of spa and beauty services.

Kusy specializes in skin care, saying everyone is born with a unique skin type. For those with problem skin, she can help build a care regimen tailored just for you. She can help you deal with “environmental assaults” like free radicals, UV rays, dirt, dust and other problems to make your skin the best it can be.

Kusy exclusively offers Bio Sculpture Gel nails in Revelstoke, a full range of non-chip permanent nail colour certified for safety and efficiency. Call Diva Den at 250-814-1576.

Natalie Harris Photography

Natalie Harris offers a range of photo services, from bridal to blasting through the snow on your heli-skiing adventure. She also specializes in nature photography, and was recently selected to participate in the Art in the Park series. Her works from her week-long sojourn in Glacier National Park will be on display at the Nov. 12 opening of the show at the RVAC. Check out her work at www.natalieharrisphotography.com.

Do you have Revelstoke business news you’d like to highlight, such as promotions, new businesses, acquisitions, expansions and more? Call Aaron Orlando at 250-837-4667.

 

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