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January, 2004, Vol. 04, Issue 01

Day Spa Association Announces "Spa Person of the Year"

By Editorial Staff

This has been an exciting year for Peggy Wynne Borgman, president of Preston-Wynne, Inc., and co-founder of the Preston-Wynne Spa in Saratoga, Calif. In September, the Day Spa Association (DSA) named her "Spa Person of the Year" at the Face & Body and Healthy Aging Conference in San Francisco, and her spa was named "Spa of the Year" by the DSA last spring.

In addition to owning and operating her own spa and corporation, Ms.

Borgman is the developer of the Spa Director's Management Intensive - a professional spa seminar - and author of "Four Seasons of Inner and Outer Beauty," a consumer self-care book. Additionally, Ms. Borgman is on the board of directors of Next Door, a domestic violence agency in her community where she created the Healing Touch program to provide stress relief services to domestic violence survivors.

Peggy Wynne Borgman - Copyright – Stock Photo / Register Mark Peggy Wynne Borgman displays her award: an imported Irish crystal hurricane lamp set atop and an engraved plaque naming her the 2003 Spa Person of the Year. Ms. Borgman was selected for the award from a pool of other candidates who have made significant contributions to the spa industry this year, including Adam Broderick of Adam Broderick Salon and Spa; Fayez Tamba of Fayez Beauty Spa; Tara Becker of Spa 415;Nancy Griffin of; Richard Laurie of Carapan Urban Spa and Store; Kyle R. Simonson of Simonson's Salons and Day Spas; and Charlie Slater of Spa Central.

Previous winners of the award include Catherine Atzen, Atzen Clinical Spa, and Cheryl Sott of Aroma Works Software.


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