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Human beings are not meant to sit all day. More and more people are realizing the health benefits of spending part of their workday standing, even if it means building their own standing desk out of copy paper and cardboard boxes.

Standing inOvation is the easy and affordable alternative to the do-it-yourself standing desk and expensive sit-stand tables. This patented product lifts your entire work surface and everything on it: from your computer, to your phone, to the picture frames on your desk. Standing inOvation works with major commercial furniture manufacturers' workstation systems, the one sit-stand solution that fits within an existing office footprint.

I designed this product with thousands of existing office workstations in mind, said William Lager, creator of Standing inOvation. With just a push of a button, Standing inOvation turns a fixed sitting desk into a sit-stand workstation, creating value for companies and their employees.

Standing inOvation was also designed for easy installation. It simply hooks into the wall frame of the workstation and uses the existing work surface. A small control box will under mount on the work surface to raise and lower it with just a push of a button.

Standing inOvation's value is two-fold: health and savings, said Lager. Healthier people spend less money on healthcare. Standing part of the day reduces your risk of cancer and cardiovascular disease, all while burning calories. And being able to incorporate sit-stand workstations into an existing office footprint with minimal installation is a tremendous savings to the alternative of replacing workstations with new sit-stand units.

Standing inOvation is an American-made product, created in Columbus, Ohio and manufactured in Holland, Michigan.

For more information, visit or call 614/893-5477.

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Date:Mar 1, 2015

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