deMartini, Samantha
July 2009
Skin, Inc.;Jul2009, Vol. 21 Issue 7, p114
The article presents information on JaCo Distributors Inc. The Wholesale Day Spa division of the family-owned and -operated firm supplies products and services to day spas around the U.S. The growth of JaCo is attributed to its customers' requests. The company aims to provide superior service and quality products at a competitive price.


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