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"My mission is to customize my services,
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Aida has traveled the world gaining knowledge and experience in the areas of beauty and well-being.  She brings her expertise, friendly personality, professional service and the latest techniques to her spa in Old Town Alexandria.

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Beauty Inspirations Featuring Sothys-Paris Products

The Signature of Excellence in Professional Skin Care.  For more than 60 years, Sothys’ success in the luxury market has depended on it keeping faith with the values that have gone to make up its identity.

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The Ancient Japanese Body Treatment, Hanakasumi.

Experience the ancient art of beauty with this relaxing body ritual. A warmed exfoliating cream with cherry blossom & rice powder. A fast growing customer favorite this season and throughout the year.

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Small Business of the Year was awarded to Aida Spa, opened last year by Aida Fekir.

She enjoys introducing newcomers to Old Town and brings in clients from Baltimore, MD and Stafford, VA.

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Aida Spa honored as
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311 North Washington Street, Alexandria, VA  22314:  Aida Spa has been honored by Celebration Media, U.S. (CMUS) as one of its 2010 Talk of the Town Award Recipients in the category of top Day Spas. This is the second year CMUS has honored companies with the prestigious Talk of the Town Awards.

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"I learned about Aida from Allure magazine.
She is very accommodating when making appointments.."-Christina J.

"What is most important to me is that she does NOT push product or services on you. Yes, she will encourage you to come back with regularity but will never repeatedly ask to you rebook six times during an appointment (something I've found quite pronounced in the DC area)"- Jackie R, Fairfax, VA.

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Start the reversal of time with Collagene Hyaluronique (TM) Intensive Treatment.

In This customized anti-aging facial packs a powerful punch of peptides, antioxidants, firming collagen and hyaluronic filling agents. Instantly reveals a more youthful skin.

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Aida Fekir, years of international experience.
Aida's Clients love her unique and personal touch.

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Warm Bamboo Therapy

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Heated Bamboo Treatment.

A nice sensation of well-being with an amazing anti-stress reliever.

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Chamber Honors Businesses- 2010

Chamber Honors Businesses with Awards
Hall named Business Leader of the Year.

By Jeanne Theismann
Thursday, October 21, 2010
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The stars of Alexandria turned out Oct. 8 for the annual Chamber of Commerce business awards, which served as a good-natured roast of Charlotte Hall, who was presented with the 2010 Business Leader of the Year Award.

"Her accomplishments sound like an eHarmony commercial," said Willem Polak, founder of the Potomac Riverboat Company where Hall is a partner and vice president. "It's all about relationships."

Held at the U.S. Patent and Trade Office, more than 300 people turned out for the event that recognized several businesses for their contributions to the city.

The Business of the Year Award went to fibre space, with owner Danielle Romanetti joking that her husband, a PTO employee, "wasn't too excited about coming here tonight."

Other awards included Association/Non-profit of the Year (Campagna Center), Eco-Friendly Business of the Year (Bike and Roll) and Large Business of the Year (Intercontinental Hotel Group). The Small Business of the Year award was a tie, with Aida Spa and New Target sharing the honors.

But the focus of the evening was Hall, and Deputy City Manager Mark Jinks and "Mango" Mike Anderson joined Polak at the microphone.

"Believe it or not, over at City Hall we don't intentionally create things for people to laugh at," deadpanned Jinks before getting more serious.

"Charlotte has an irreplaceable knowledge of the community," Jinks said. "Her ability to sift through information and give city officials good advice is invaluable to the community."

Anderson, chiding Hall for her "cloak of secrecy," joked about how the King Street trolley came about.

"Charlotte wanted to dig a canal between the river and the Metro but city wouldn't let her," Anderson said. "So she settled for getting the trolley."

As Hall took to the stage, attendees donned sunglasses in her honor courtesy of Jack Taylor.

"I need to start by saying a special thank you to Nita Whitesel and Ralph Capobianco," Hall said. "They are no longer with us but they were my mentors and left a great legacy to the community."

Hall thanked Polak and her mother Ann for "keeping me energized" and looked ahead to the city's future.

"This award is about us," Hall said. "Together we survived Hurricane Isabel and 9/11. I take great pride in being a part of this community and am excited about the good times that are still to come."


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