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Personal Services and Care With DMVNXS

Locally owned personal services and care businesses like wardrobe stylists, driver’s ed, barbershops, education, and elder care services in the DC, Maryland, and Virginia areas are vital to the well-being of the local community. However, such local businesses often struggle to reach out to their clients, who are often swayed into choosing large national chains based on their greater advertising presence.

In addition, the COVID-19 pandemic meant that many personal services and care companies struggled to make ends meet, as lockdown restrictions meant that they could not operate at full capacity.

DMVNXS exists to help local businesses in the DMV area connect to local customers and grow their businesses in order to foster growth within the local economy. To do this, DMVNXS uses a state-of-the-art “online marketplace” that acts as a virtual yellow pages for local DMV businesses. In addition, DMVNXS offers advertising help, sponsored events, and coupon books. During the current post-COVID marketplace, listing your personal services and care business on the DMVNXS online marketplace can help you reach out to more customers than ever before and become an integral part of your community.

Personal Services and Care Businesses Listed on the DMVNXS Online Marketplace

Inside the DMVNXS online marketplace, there are several categories that shoppers can choose from when searching for a business. Local users in the DMV area know that all businesses listed on the DMVNXS online marketplace are locally owned and operated and upheld to the highest standards of customer service.

The DMVNXS online marketplace has a special category devoted solely to personal services and care businesses operating inside of the DMV area. Some of the types of businesses listed under this category include wardrobe stylists, hair and nail salons, funeral homes, education services, elder care services, driver training, life coaches, beauticians, barbershops, and much much more.

Why Local DMV Personal Services and Care Businesses Need DMVNXS

Local DMV-owned personal care and services businesses benefit from DMVNXS because they often struggle to compete against large-scale national chains that can reach out to a vast network of customers with huge advertising budgets. Salons, barbershops, funeral homes, and driver's ed teachers all provide necessary services to the community and yet often find themselves thrown by the wayside by consumers in favor of nationally owned chains.

During the COVID-19 pandemic, this became all the more true, especially as consumers stopped using local salons and beauticians due to lockdown restrictions. However, now that lockdowns have been lifted in many areas, consumers are coming back in hordes to their favorite personal services and care businesses. This means that the current post-COVID-19 marketplace offers a unique opportunity for personal care and services businesses. Now, they can reach out to more local customers and entice them to try spending their money on local businesses.

Taking advantage of this opportunity is simple with DMVNXS.

How DMVNXS Connects Partners to Local Customers

DMVNXS connects personal services and care companies with local customers in many ways. First, the DMVNXS online marketplace acts as a virtual guide for any consumers who wish to reinvest their money locally. Second, DMVNXS offers coupon books and special events tailored to draw customers into your local business.

To help your business keep up with nationally advertised chains, DMVNXS also offers an in-house team of photographers, designers, and production artists who specialize in helping your business make more effective advertisements that target local customers.


DMVNXS offers local DMV personal services and care businesses the opportunity to rebuild and connect to more customers than ever before in the post-COVID-19 marketplace.

If your personal services and care company would like to take advantage of the opportunity to be listed on the DMVNXS online marketplace, visit today.


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