Another Quad Cities Hy-Vee is getting a nail salon. the Hy-Vee in Bettendorf was the first Hy-Vee in the company to get one back in April, but a second nail salon is coming to a Davenport Hy-Vee in September.

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In a press release on Wednesday, Hy-Vee announced that The W Nail Bar at the West Kimberly Road Hy-Vee (2200 W Kimberly Rd) in Davenport, Iowa, will open on Friday, September 17. The nail salon will be adjacent to the store and will be the second location in the Quad Cities.

Back in March, Hy-Vee announced that they are partnering with The W Nail Bar to open several in-store nail salons by the end of 2021 inside select Hy-Vee locations across the company’s eight-state region. The first nail salon opened inside the Bettendorf Hy-Vee in early April.

Committed to culture, cleanliness, community, and customer service, The W Nail Bar, a family and female-owned nail salon founded by two sisters from Ohio, Lauren Hunter and Manda Mason, is an all-natural nail bar that offers a variety of services including manicures, pedicures, nail art, and more.

For those wondering about pricing, full-service manicures are available starting at $35 and full-service pedicures are available starting at $55. Monthly memberships are also available.

Customers can begin scheduling appointments at the new location on Friday, September 3, two weeks before the scheduled opening, by visiting https://thewnailbar.com.

The W Nail Bar is currently seeking to hire employees to fill positions at the new location on W Kimberly Road. Interested applicants can contact recruit@thewnailbar.com to learn more.

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