The last couple summers we’ve done some fun searches for free floats around town. This year we’re doing something a little different, and we hope you have a good time with it!Continue reading Salty’s Selfie Game
Since we closed to the public Monday night, we’ve been in a bit of a whirlwind. When it comes to closing a float center, you can’t just put up the “Closed” sign, turn off the lights, and walk away; there are many many things to do. Call clients, clean the place, sanitize everything we possibly can. Hibernate the tanks. Get the plants to their vacation location.
I just got off a conference call with the team, and everyone agreed: we need a break. We need a break to rest and adjust ourselves to the situation. A friend today said they just wanted a new normal, even if that normal wasn’t fun, and I sure understand that. We’re going to take a little time to regroup and acclimate to the new normal.
So, tl;dr: we’re going offline until Monday, March 23rd. We will answer questions, take care of business, and return messages once we come back. We haven’t disappeared, we’re still here, we’re just recovering our wits for a little bit. Everyone we had to cancel in March will get first choice at rebooking when we reopen. You can still buy float credits to use later and gift cards at our online store.
Stay salty! <3 <3 <3
Hi salty friends,
We have been paying close attention to the COVID-19 situation as it unfolds, and in light of Somerville’s expanded state of emergency declaration, Colin and I have decided it’s time to close. We will reassess at the end of March, taking into account current advice at that time.
If you had an appointment on our calendar in April, we’ve left it alone for now, but the rest of the calendar is frozen through April 6th. We’re keeping a list of everyone who had to be canceled in March, and we’ll give you a call back when we know we are reopening, to give you a chance to make your appointments first.
Like all other small businesses here, we are going to take a big hit with this. I hope you’ll consider leaving your float credit on file with us and rescheduling. If that’s not possible, I understand. For refund requests, please email Service [at] floatboston.com, or call 844-443-5628 and leave us a message. Please have patience, as we will not be staffed and will be checking messages rarely.
Stay healthy, stay away from crowds, do what you can to #FlattenTheCurve. We’ll see you soon. 🙂
Sara & Colin
and the FLOAT Boston Team
Update March 16th: In light of Somerville’s expanded state of emergency declaration, we have decided to close FLOAT at least through the end of the month. We will reassess at that time, taking into account CDC and City advice. If your appointment was canceled, we hope you’ll consider leaving your float credit on file with us and rescheduling. If you had an appointment on our calendar between now and the end of March, we’ll give you a call as soon as we have plans to come back.
Keep an eye on our facebook, twitter, or Instagram while you’re practicing your social distancing – we’ll keep posting. Thank you so much for your support! Stay healthy. 🙂
We love doing Artist Programs, and this year we’re back to the visual arts. If you’re a painter, illustrator, or sculptor, we invite you to participate in our fourth annual Artist Program project. Float three times for free, with the understanding that after the second float you’ll start an art project and finish it within one month. We think you’ll be amazed at everything your mind creates when you eliminate the distractions of the outside world.
For more information and to sign up, email us: email@example.com
Questions! You probably have questions.Continue reading Artist Program is back for 2019!