Damballa Say Relax at RSA 2015
Damballa, a cyber-security company, offered a free chair massage at their exhibit booth to attendees at RSA 2015 in in San Francisco. They had couches where visitors could take a load off and talk to their knowledgeable staff about advanced cyber threats. There was a constant stream of attendees waiting their turn for an eight-minute neck and shoulder massage given by Martin, Amy, Dawn and Yuki of our San Francisco chair massage team
Attendees Take Them Up On It
I would imagine the cyber threat industry can be a pretty high-stress environment. But Damballa was giving away free chair massages all day, along with t-shirts reading “Damballa Says Relax.” The chair massage helped Damballa keep their exhibit full of attendees and gave their staff a great chance to mix with attendees and prequalify them. And it sure helped attendees relax. I was there for a while talking to attendees and they were very enthusiastic and appreciative about being able to get a free massage at RSA,
20-Minute Vacation also provided matching massage chairs to keep the Damballa exhibit looking sharp. Free chair massage is a great attraction for trade shows because attendees are super busy, stressed and tired from travel, meetings and pressure to get their jobs done at the show. Having a place to sit down and get a free chair massage is like finding an oasis in the desert.
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Whether you need chair massage for a San Francisco trade show, convention, party, sales meeting or reception we can provide highly qualified massage therapists to help your attendees relax. Our massage therapists are licensed and insured and we can provide documentation of their massage liability insurance, and add your company as “additionally insured” if you need it. We can provide matching massage chairs, electric foot massagers for attendees to use while waiting for their chair massage, and our Customized Relaxation Audio. Feel free to request a quote for chair massage San Francisco now.