Maximum Mama Maternity Announces Month Long Website Sale Minority Owned Maternity Line Features Latest Fashions

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Maximum Mama Maternity will hold the first ever Â?JuneÂ?s Baby BoomÂ? Summer Sale at http://www.MaximumMama.com. Beginning June 1st, a wide variety of clothing will be significantly reduced online.

Maximum Mama Maternity will hold the first ever “June’s Baby Boom” Summer Sale at, http://www.MaximumMama.com. Beginning June 1st, a wide variety of clothing will be significantly reduced online.

For an entire month, customers will have the opportunity to purchase some of the hottest selling items made this season. Favorites include the Elaine Strapless Dress with inverted box pleated at the side seams; a comfortable Tube Top with an internal shelf bra; and the Yoga Skirt with front curves and drawstring faux suede closure.

Maximum Mama Maternity focuses on contemporary styles which accentuate the body with durable fabrics. The collections’ pieces are body hugging, focusing on sophistication, not exhibition. The bottoms gently curve under a woman’s stomach without paneling. The collection utilizes durable, micro-fiber fabrics that stretch to promote comfort and flexibility.

“My goal is to make a mom-to-be feel sexy and in control,” comments, Mattisonsierra. “I was fortunate to have witnessed so many pregnancies within my family, learning first hand about the wants and needs of pregnant women.”

The sale begins Wednesday, June 1 through Thursday, June 30th, 2005. Visit the website at http://www.MaximumMama.com to view the latest fashions or call 415-585-3139.

About Maximum Mama Maternity

Founded by Jamaican native, Paula Mattisonsierra in 2000, Maximum Mama Maternity is a maternity apparel collection based in San Francisco. The line can be purchased at the company website and at over 60+ boutiques nationwide and in Canada. Since its five year inception, the demand for Maximum Mama Maternity has increased dramatically. The product line has been featured in Fit Pregnancy, Pregnancy, KPIX-TV San Francisco, San Francisco Observer, Sacramento Observer and Bay Area Business Women.

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