Eastside High School grad Edwennia Moore has expanded her day spa biz

A local business owned by a Black woman is expanding its brand to two other cities.

Trinity’s Day Spa, which is owned and operated by its founder Edwennia Moore, has opened two more locations in a Walmart in South Carolina and one in Jacksonville.

Moore opened her first location in Thornebrook Village at 2441 NW 43rd St., Suite 11B, in November of 2018.

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Born and raised in Gainesville, Moore has over 20 years of banking experience and worked as a loan officer at a credit union for several years before she resigned from the job in July 2018.

Moore, an Eastside High School graduate and mother of two, said she came up with the idea of starting Trinity’s Day Spa when she used to take her daughter, Trinity, to nail salons and noticed the lack of pampering opportunities for children.


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