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Leeza Gibbons and ZERONA Equals a Winning Combination
Date:3/24/2010

ZERONA is a welcomed force in the medical market, and with celebrity appeal, generating success in a difficult economy.

(PRWEB) March 24, 2010 -- The non-invasive ZERONA laser, is positively impacting the market and receiving high accolades from well-known celebrities.

Leeza Gibbons, popular entertainment personality and National Spokesperson for ZERONA, has proven helpful to delivering the product message. Quotes from her appear on everything from Direct Mail and email pieces, to the popular website, FindZERONA.com, which is run by GeoPatient, a marketing company that supports ZERONA providers and offers valuable information to patients about the ZERONA laser.

"I am always inspired by transformation," Leeza says. "ZERONA is an innovator in offering the tools and technologies for people to change the way they look and feel about themselves."

A quick and effective alternative to liposuction, the ZERONA laser is making the media rounds. With appearances on shows like: The Doctors, Rachael Ray Show, The Early Show, Nightline, and a host of others, Leeza Gibbons is the icing on the promotional cake.

"We are thrilled with the response we have received from having Leeza as the spokesperson… since utilizing her in our branding we have seen an increase of 33% in traffic," said John Arnott, CEO of GeoPatient.

Launching products never comes easily, but it certainly is more challenging given the current economy. FindZERONA.com, however, is creating and maintaining success with their unique concepts for reaching both ZERONA providers and patients interested in fat reduction with the ZERONA laser. The model is simple – if companies have a strong, proven product to market, and a recognizable face to help, they
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