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YogaPro Celebrates Mother's Day with a Photo Contest to Win YogaToes(R) Foot Care Exercisers to Soothe and Beautify Mom's Feet
Date:3/24/2008

ANN ARBOR, Mich., March 24 /PRNewswire/ -- With warm weather and Mother's Day approaching, mothers want their feet to look and feel fabulous especially in fashionable, open-toed shoes. In celebration of Mom's special day, YogaPro is sponsoring a photo contest "Which Celebrity Does Your Mother Look Like?" where an array of prizes featuring YogaToes(R) gel foot care exercisers will be given away. The total prizes awarded to 50 winners are valued at over $2500.

The best photo of the "Celebrity Look Alike Mom" will win a first prize gift set that will include YogaToes(R) gel foot care exercisers, Toasties foot warmers and a collection of beauty products valued at $150.

The three runner-ups will receive a gift set containing YogaToes(R), a manicure/pedicure set and assorted foot care products and lotions valued at $125.

There will also be 45 winners selected at random that will be awarded a pair of YogaToes(R) valued at $49.95. All entrants will receive a $15 YogaToes(R) gift certificate.

The winning photos will be displayed on YogaPro's website at http://www.yogapro.com .

YogaToes(R) gel foot care exercisers alleviate foot pain by straightening the toes and putting the feet back into optimal condition. By wearing YogaToes(R) for (5-10) minutes each day while relaxing, foot issues such as heel and foot pain, bunions and hammertoes caused from wearing high heels and overuse can be reversed.

According to YogaToes(R) Inventor Frederic Ferri, "Mothers deserved to be spoiled on their special day and we came up with the idea for this contest not only to pamper them, but to provide them with a simple, holistic alternative to keep their feet in healthy shape."

To enter the contest, just submit a photo of your mother to http://www.yogapro.com by May 3, and describe which celebrity she resembles. Photos can also be sent by st
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