Soeleish Salt Lake City Magazine Announces “Huber Najera” as

Salt Lake City, Utah, October 12, 2022 — Soeleish Salt Lake City Magazine Announces “Huber Najera” as October 2022 Cover Feature #Entrepreneur#. Soeleish Salt Lake City Magazine is a one-of-a-kind magazine. SSLCM is the first magazine dedicated to small business owners and entrepreneurs in Utah. Its purpose is to recognize the efforts and successes of Utah’s small business owners and entrepreneurs. SSLCM is a monthly magazine covering business, lifestyle, information, and technology. Soeleish Salt Lake City Magazine is Utah’s #1 magazine for small business owners.

Owner Huber saw the perfect opportunity to help people from within the Scalp Micropigmentation industry. Confidence is inevitably lost for both men and women when the effects of hair loss start to become evident, and by learning how to treat this with Scalp Micropigmentation he had found the tool required to make people suffering from hair loss feel good once again. With a background in the hair industry and experience in lineups only compliments one of the hardest tasks of SMP. In addition to his experience in the hair industry, he has certifications from some of the best SMP practitioners in the US from California all the way to Maryland. This is built on a thirst for knowledge and ambitions to be the best and to do that you have to learn from the best. The overall goal for him is to be among the leaders in the industry, to be the best in their region, and to further their work by teaching and educating other practitioners.

Media Contact
Company Name: Soeleish LLC
Contact Person: Rebecca L. Bennett
Email: [email protected]
Phone: 801-722-1041
State: Utah
Country: United States

Rejuvenate SMP

47 Fort Union Blvd #221,
Midvale, UT 84047
(Salt Lake City)

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Cover Photography Credit:
Carlos Arevalo

Individuals who are interested in purchasing a hard copy of the October 2022 Issue of SOELEISH SALT LAKE CITY MAGAZINE can do so at SSLCMAG.COM.

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