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In the first episode of Improving Your Float Center from Home: the Bathrobe Chronicles, Ashkahn and Graham covered the special deal that they’re running at Float On during their closure.

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For the deal, they’re offering 25% off floats, and for every float sold they’re donating a float to medical workers when Float On re-opens. They’ve open sourced the campaign, and you can download images (including an editable Photoshop file), the template email they sent to their mailing list, and their full launch plan.

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We hope that these are useful for you, either in launching your own campaigns or just getting your creative juices flowing. You’re free to use or change any of these materials (although it would be great if you credit the artist, Kathryn Sullivan, for the image).

Be well, and stay safe out there!
Graham and Ashkahn

What’s The Buoy Project? – OSP 11

What’s The Buoy Project? – OSP 11

Grashkahmn are back to talk about the latest product they’ve been putting together during quarantine: The Buoy Project, a social media toolkit designed specifically for float centers.

Beyond just a shameless plug, the boys use the episode to explain the nature of the project and what they hope it can turn into in the future with the help of the industry.

Adding Float Tanks to an Existing Business – OSP 10

Adding Float Tanks to an Existing Business – OSP 10

Graham and Ashkahn kick off the New Year by discussing the things to consider when adding a float tank to an existing business. This is a fantastic episode to start with if you’ve already got a service-based business or are a practitioner looking to start up on your own and looking for ideas.

The boys talk about logistical considerations, the built-in advantages to adding on to an existing practice, as well as how nice it is to have a meatball sandwich after chilling out in a sensory reduced environment for an hour (Ashkahn has a serious one-track mind).