Port Townsend, WA (PRWEB) December 15, 2004
Last week, the Mountain View Telegraph published a story written by contributing writer Linda Burke entitled, ÂDeceased Daughter Is Only One of Family's DevastationsÂ, that outlined a myriad of personal catastrophes. http://www.emtelegraph.com/269757mtnview12-09-04.htm
In the article, a pair of Z-CoiL pain relief footwear was requested to help the familiesÂ sole wage earner return to work after an on-the-job related injury:
ÂJust when it seemed there was nothing more this family could be dealt, Leslie, the family's last breadwinner, injured her back at work. She slipped on a wet floor while carrying a heavy bucket.
Despite her injury and severe pain, she continued to work a number of days each week.
She had no choice as the sole provider for her family. But eventually the pain from being on her feet and carrying heavy trays of food became more than Leslie could manage. When she couldn't keep up with the work schedule, she was firedÂ
Leslie has been told that Z-coil shoes could help alleviate enough of her back pain to return to work. But the shoes are more expensive than the family can affordÂ Â
An online Âholiday spirit poolÂ was immediately organized with nationwide independent Z-Coil dealers to provide a pair of springy soled shoes for the women featured in the Mountain View Telegraph report.
Over the weekend, Caesar Snee, owner of EZ-Shoes San Jose, CA, (http://www.ez-shoes.com) emailed the Z-CoiL Footwear (http://www.zcoil.com) founder, Al Gallegos, and CEO/president, Andres Gallegos. On Monday morning, Caesar posted a memo to the online dealer group that Z-CoiL Footwear would donate a pair of shoes.
Up-dates to this story as it unfolds as well as multimedia interviews with Z-CoiL owners that are now earning their wage pain free, will be posted to the Z-Reporter Blog: http://z-coil.blogspot.com.
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