Tyler has been with Sundays for only one year and has already risen to the position of manager at our Virginia Beach Blvd location.
He started with Sundays after he and his partner, Scott, moved to Virginia. Scott is a retired Commander in the Navy and according to Tyler, he is the best partner he could ever ask for.
“I’m lucky to have someone who cares for me as much as he does,” said Tyler.
Tyler considers himself as originally from both Texas and Louisiana, after moving back and forth between the two while growing up. Prior to starting at Sundays, Tyler attended the University of Louisiana at Lafayette, the Ragin Cajuns.
Tyler loves his new home of Virginia Beach and said the beautiful year-round weather has turned him into a beach bum. When he’s not working hard at Sundays, you can find him traveling to cities with vibrant night lives where he can do something he really loves: dance.
“I most enjoy Thai and Mexican foods, while champagne and wine are my favorite libations,” said Tyler.
In his spare time, he loves to watch Netflix and to read. His favorites are memoirs like Chelsea Handler and David Sedaris. Additionally, Tyler enjoys taking care of his beard and says he’s never met a mirror he didn’t like.
Some of Tyler’s favorite things at Sundays include the level 4 beds with the Anything Desired lotion or any lotion from the Color Rush line. He also loves the Red Light therapy with the CT RestorRED products for high-quality skin care.
Of his time with Sundays Tyler said, “I love the family-like culture that Sundays has that not all places of business have. I really appreciate people for believing in me: Erica, Ali, Ashley Wright and of course Dennis, Sue, Travis and pretty much everyone at Sundays!”
Thank you for all you do for us, Tyler. We appreciate your positive and fun personality. You are a joy to work with and it is evident that you care for your clients. We value your thoughtfulness and your ability to clearly communicate with staff and clients. We love having you in the Sundays family, Tyler. ❤️ ... See MoreSee Less
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