Scottsbluff spa, salon opens doors after two months with restrictions

Owner Jessica Nuesca says staff has been busy since reopening. From now until further notice, no more than 10 people allowed in at a time, all employees wear masks and they cannot serve drinks. (Brian Sherrod, KNEP)
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SCOTTSBLUFF, Neb. Orenda Wellness Spa and Salon reopens their doors after almost two months of being closed.

The business closed two weeks before Governor Ricketts’ restrictions because a client thought they were around someone who was positive.

After two weeks of being closed, the measure was put in place; closing the business longer.

As the business reopens, Owner Jessica Nuesca says staff has been busy.

Many of the employees are even pulling ten hour days.

This company provides services including massages, four cosmetologists, an aesthetician, nail technician, pedicures and ranky.
It’s important to support local businesses to keep their doors open.

“With any small business or any business, you just got to keep getting people in,” said Nuesca. “Continue bringing in that money. Gift certificates are a great way to keep us afloat. That’s what helped us all stay afloat while we were closed.”

During this time, no walk-ins are available.

Clients have to call (308) 633-6601 and schedule an appointment.

With restrictions, no more than ten people allowed in at a time, masks are required for all employees and staff cannot serve drinks.

Nuesca states that the business is looking for stylists and a nail tech.

This is a part-time booth rent position and no requirements are needed.