Legacy Salon & Spa
Culver Salon Offers Diverse Range of Services At New Location
Photographer / Jubilee Edgell
For Angela Maroules, owner of Legacy Salon & Spa, 2019 ended on an extremely high note, and the new year looks very bright. On December 5 Maroules was named Business Person of the Year at the Culver Chamber of Commerce Annual Members Awards dinner. Cited for her achievements, dedication, and passion to business and community, Maroules is also in the process of expanding her salon after moving to a much larger location.
“I was actually quite surprised about receiving the award,” Maroules says. “My customers and I are beyond excited about the larger new location of Legacy Salon & Spa.”
Maroules is originally from Wisconsin where she grew up on a dairy farm. One of her good friends was a hairdresser and influenced her to enter the field. While Maroules trained to become a hairstylist she also earned her business degree from the University of Wisconsin. She later married, moved to Indiana and settled in the Culver area.
“I have 20 years of experience as a hairstylist,” Maroules says. “Two years ago I purchased Michelle’s Headquarters on North Main Street and renamed it Legacy Salon & Spa. Recently, I got the opportunity to purchase the building a 218 South Main Street. I went from 300 square feet to 2,000 square feet. The new location has more space and many rooms, so there can be more services offered.”
Now closer to Culver’s retail district, Legacy Salon & Spa is across the street from The Culver Cottage, a bed-and-breakfast establishment. The staff includes aestheticians with a variety of specialties. The salon is expanding its services to include microblading. It continues to offer haircuts for men, women and children, as well as hair coloring, perms, facial waxing, ear piercing, manicures, pedicures, airbrush custom tanning, blow-outs and much more.
“Having the location in Culver’s retail area means better business for everyone,” Maroules says. “With more space we can offer more services. A massage business, Renew Massage and Wellness, is located in the back of the building. There is also a three-bedroom apartment upstairs that can be rented.”
Recently, the salon reached out to its customers in order to help an area family that had suffered a house fire. Working with the Culver Boys and Girls Club, Legacy Salon & Spa asked the community for help. Clothing donations, as well as gift cards for groceries and fuel, were given to the family, which includes six children.
“Any hairstylist will tell you that their clients are their family,” Maroules says. “I like this area so much. For my four children, the Culver school system has been wonderful and we moved here for it. People wonder if I will ever move back to Wisconsin, but I am here to stay.”
For more information, visit Legacy Salon & Spa online at legacysalon.online or call 574-842-2662.