Nicholas Michaels Spa owners retire after 40 years


Nicholas Michaels Spa owners retire after 40 years
Nicholas Olivieri and Michael Abdella are retiring from the Nicholas Michaels Spa after 40 years. (Photo/Courtesy)

NORTHBOROUGH – For more than 40 years, Nicholas Olivieri and Michael Abdella have been blessed to be in an industry that has allowed them to do what they loved most – offering their guests the most up-to-date salon and spa services in the MetroWest area. 

“It’s harder to walk away from the relationships that we have built than it is to walk away from the business,” they said in a statement. “What makes it easy to walk away is knowing that we are leaving it in the hands of someone who we love and respect. Tecia Coetho will bring Nicholas Michaels Spa to even greater level with the support of the team and loyal clients. We are grateful to give her the opportunity that was once given to us.”

They decided to merge salons within the refurbished 18th century Northborough landmark property at 422 West Main Street in 1985. 

Supporting the community around them was also important. After they experienced their own five-alarm fire, they gave back to the Northborough police and fire who saved their business. 

Without missing a beat, Nicholas and Michael hosted a two-day cut-a-thon fundraiser that allowed them and their spa family the ability to present the fire and police department with two large checks in appreciation for saving their building. The donation was used to purchase defibrillators for all the police cars.

Nicholas Michaels Spa is also a top fundraising salon/spa facility for the annual HAIRraising charitable initiative that brings the salon and spa industry together with bringing awareness to work being done at Boston Children’s Hospital.

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