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Increasing Shoes New Sales Promotion Features Model Nicolas Hunter

Increasing Shoes, the top retailer in the industry for height increasing shoes, is proud to announce that longtime client and model Nicolas Hunter will help the company kick-off their biggest sales promotion ever.
    SARASOTA, FL, November 07, 2013 /24-7PressRelease/ -- Increasing Shoes, the top manufacturer and retailer in the height increasing shoes business, is proud to announce that model and longtime client Nicolas Hunter will help the company kick-off their huge sales promotion. Increasing Shoes is now offering clients two attractive sales options; buy 2 pairs of their height increasing shoes and get the 3rd pair at half-price or buy 3 and get the 4th pair free. Helping to "boost" the new sales is a before and after photo shoot featuring Nicolas Hunter on the company's website.

"We are extremely happy to offer this big savings event to our customers because we know from experience that once a client sees the remarkable results from wearing our height increasing shoes they almost always want more than one pair," said Increasing Shoes president Johnny Pak. In noting the Nicolas Hunter photo shoot he added, "Nicolas has been a client since 2008, and he is a professional model so he is the ideal person for a photo shoot promoting Increasing Shoes on our website."

The Nicolas Hunter photo shoot on Increasing Shoes' website is particularly striking for a number of reasons, not the least of which is that Hunter already stands 6 feet tall in his bare feet, underscoring the fact that height increasing shoes aren't just for short people. In the before and after pictorial, also featuring Hunter's girlfriend Chris, Hunter is boosted from 6' to 6' 5" with the help of what look like an ordinary pair of attractive men's shoes. He is also shown other photos on the company's homepage modeling several different pairs of Increasing Shoes.

Increasing Shoes began as Constep Industries back in 1962. Their first line of height increasing shoes was introduced in 1995. Today, these shoes are far and away their most popular and best selling shoes. Designed solely for men, any pair of Increasing Shoes can increase a man's height by 2" to 5.5." Visitors to the Increasing Shoes website will find a tremendous variety of styles and shoe types, from classic dress shoes to knock-around shoe-boots and slip-ons. And what's even more important, these shoes will increase your height and physical appearance without anyone else knowing your secret.

Increasing Shoes are made from the highest quality leather and every pair is stylish, comfortable and marketed at a reasonable price, particularly now that shoppers can take advantage of their new sales promotion.

About Increasing Shoes: Increasing Shoes is based in Sarasota, Florida and is the leading retailer and manufacturer of high quality height increasing shoes. They have been in the shoe manufacturing business since 1962. Their first elevator shoes were added in 1995 and these are now the most popular shoes in their product line. Their website was launched in 2002, which made the entire sales process faster, safer and more convenient. Flexibility, reasonable prices, reliable quality, good workmanship and prompt delivery are the principles of their business.

For more information about Increasing Shoes visit their website www.increasingshoes.com or call 888-220-6808.


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Increasing Shoes

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