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Your Posture Can Make or Break Your Job Interview; PostureNOW Offers 33% Off Its Posture Corrective Brace to Job Seekers Nationwide
Date:3/24/2010

Poor posture can lose you the job before you even sit down for your interview. One Portland, Oregon business is providing support—literally—for today’s job seekers.

(PRWEB) March 24, 2010 -- Lane Franklin LLC, creators of the PostureNOW posture corrective brace (www.posturenow.com), today announced a special discount offer for those seeking employment and looking for an extra edge in their job interview. The job interview can be won or lost in the first 3 minutes of the interview, and good posture has been ranked as one of the most important factors in making a good first impression.

Mike Lane and Matt Franklin, the developers of the PostureNOW posture brace are no strangers to the unemployment line and understand how important it is to stand out above the competition, especially in today’s economic climate. “Based on our research, posture is the most important aspect of your body language,” said Mike Lane. “And we want our customers to have every advantage possible when they walk into their interview.”

Beginning March 24th, 2010, Lane Franklin is offering the PostureNOW posture corrective brace at one third off for job seekers. To take advantage of this offer, customers can go to www.posturenow.com/getthejob.html and order a PostureNOW posture brace at 33% off regular retail price. This promotion will run through April 24th, 2010.

“We’ve both been out there and we realize how tough it can be to land that job,” said Matt Franklin. “We hope this will help as many people as possible to ace their interviews and get their dream jobs.”

In addition to good posture, there are many factors involved in a successful interview. The US Bureau of Labor and Statistics has compiled a helpful list of interview tips that can help candidates seeking positions of all types and levels. The list can be found at this address: http://www.bls.gov/oco/oco20045.htm

About PostureNOW
The PostureNOW posture corrective brace was developed by Lane Franklin LLC. PostureNOW is the only posture corrector that is worn on the arms, rather than over the shoulders. PostureNOW uses soft, adjustable Neoprene armbands to gently pull the shoulders back, which reminds the wearer to remain in correct posture. The PostureNOW posture brace is a quick and easy way to improve your posture in as little as ten minutes a day.

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