Ribbon-cutting ceremony welcomes new Aloha Tan owners

Photo courtesy of the Greater Stillwater Chamber of Commerce
Jim Herbert, First State Bank & Trust and chamber ambassador; Marty Foote, KLBB Radio and chamber ambassador; Robin Anthony, PartyOn Stillwater and chamber ambassador; Todd Kockelman, K-F Financial and chamber ambassador; Andrea Jo Torseth and Barry Torseth, owners Aloha Tan; Karen Stang, Carriage Realty and chamber ambassador; and Judy Berg, Go Buy Local and chamber ambassador attended the Oct. 24 ribbon cutting marking the Torseths’ ownership of Aloha Tan in Oak Park Heights. Ribbon was donated by Rose Floral of Stillwater.

Local business owners joined Aloha Tan owner Andrea Jo Torseth at an Oct. 24 ribbon-cutting ceremony sponsored by the Greater Stillwater Chamber of Commerce to celebrate the new ownership of Aloha Tan.

After a number of years of working in human resources and retail, Torseth took ownership of Aloha Tan Aug.1. She had been a customer and avid tanner for several years when the opportunity to own the business presented itself. The store originally opened in 1995 and Andrea is its third owner.

Aloha Tan offers a variety of products and services including three levels of tanning beds. Aloha Tan offers customers options and products for use before, during and after tanning sessions that best meet their needs.

Aloha Tan is located in the Oak Park Plaza at 14375 N. 60th St. in Oak Park Heights. Winter hours are 8 a.m. to 10 p.m. Monday through Thursday; 8 a.m. to 8 p.m. Fridays, and 8 a.m. to 7 p.m. Saturdays and Sundays.  Call 651-439-5538 or email [email protected] for information.