Stepping into 2020, we know there are hundreds of entrepreneurs looking forward to the opportunity to finally create their own float centers – the floatation community is full of famously passionate individuals with big dreams. This year, we wanna bring back something that has helped make some of those dreams a reality: Our Start-a-Center Giveaway!
We first did this in 2014 and three years later in 2017. Even just doing twice before, we’ve given out thousands of dollars of product to hundreds of people. Following with tradition, three years since our last giveaway, we’re opening it up again!
We’ll send you instructions from there so you can share your unique vision for your float center. Whether you want to open a futuristic float spa that compliments your massage practice or you wanna create an off-the-grid relaxation retreat to provide a mindfulness experience out of time – it’s up to you, and we want to hear about it.
Win $13,905 in FTS Materials
plus thousands of dollars in other salty, floaty prizes
The winner will receive:
Construction Package ($4400)
Attendance for Two to our In-Person Apprenticeship ($3595)
Complete Float Business Package ($2170)
8 Hours of Dedicated Consulting Time ($2400)
Access to the Online Float Apprenticeship ($970)
From Float Tank Solutions
Marketing Consulting from Maximum Floats ($4000)
2 Tickets to the Float Conference & Workshop ($2270)
4 days of Theta State Agency’s Float Center Sitting Service ($1800)
10 Float Halos from Float Ease ($290)
Initial Supply of Organic Body Wash & Organic Castile Soap from Iron Lion Soap ($200)
10 Copies of The Float Tank Cure by Shane Stott ($146.50)
Each Book Released Through Coincidence Control Publishing (~$133)
Everyone who enters a submission will receive:
$1000 off our Float Center Construction Packet, and
2 free months of HelmBot software use (for new Helms)
If you have questions about the giveaway (or anything else), don’t hesitate to reach out. We look forward to reading your submissions!
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