PATENTED WORK BELT NOW AVAILABLE FOR CONSUMER MARKET HELPS REDUCE BACK STRAIN AND INJURIES
PATENTED WORK BELT NOW AVAILABLE FOR CONSUMER MARKET HELPS REDUCE BACK STRAIN AND INJURIES WAKE FOREST, N.C., June 8 /PRNewswire/ -- If you've worked in a warehouse, a trucking business or any industry that requires frequent bending and lifting, you've probably seen them. They're called work belts and they will significantly help reduce back injuries. They're designed to provide abdominal lift support, reduce fatigue and workplace injuries. They are very popular with workers and employers and recommended by insurance companies. But what if you wanted to have one for your own personal use for work around the house?
Where would you go to find one?
Champion Ergonomics, a Wake Forest, N.C., company, has the answer. Champion is introducing their patented workbelt to the consumer market through home centers, do-it-yourself centers and building supply houses. The Champion belt is designed with a unique, patented color closure that makes it easy to insure the belt is being worn correctly and that the wearer is getting maximum benefit. Champion belts are also comfortable to wear. The elastic binding conforms to body movements giving superior support. They are lightweight, cool and comfortable, yet rugged in design. The belts are available in black, white and navy with or without shoulder straps. Champion's New Generation of Work Belt Systems(TM) is ideal for active people at work or at home. It is also popular with sporting enthusiasts. For more information, photos or distributor information, contact Champion Ergonomics at 1-800-243-1803 ext. 100, FAX 1-919-554-1880, or write P.O. Box 1829, Wake Forest, N.C. 27588. -0- 6/8/92 /CONTACT: Jack Travis, Champion Ergonomics, 1-800-243-1803, ext. 100/ CO: Champion Ergonomics ST: North Carolina IN: HEA SU: PDT
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|Date:||Jun 8, 1992|
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