Princeton, NJ (PRWEB) October 5, 2006
The immense popularity of NASCAR and car racing in general has created a whole new class of celebrities - the wives, girlfriends and ex-girlfriends of the drivers. These beautiful women have been pursued by scores of popular magazines that want to get the scoop on their personal lives. NASCAR ladies Chandra Johnson, Ingrid Vandebosch and Katie Kenseth were recently featured in Askmen.com's weekly beauty pageant section. One might ask: how did these gorgeous women actually meet their men?
See if you know who the girlfriend is of the following drivers, and how they met:
Ryan Hunter-Reay: NASCAR Nextel Cup series driver. Girlfriend Beccy Gordon is a pit reporter and feature host for the Champ Car World Series. She met Ryan Hunter-Reay when she went to work for Champ.
Clint Bowyer, 2006 NASCAR Nextel Cup ROTY Contender
Girlfriend Athena Barber met Clint Bowyer in 2002 when he was racing against her dad.
NASCAR Busch Series driver, Aaron Fike
Girlfriend Casi Davidson met Aaron Fike at a racetrack in Fremont, Ohio, when Casi was watching her cousin, Derek, compete in USAC's Buckeye Nationals.
NASCAR Nextel Cup Series ROTY contender, Reed Sorenson
Liz Brown, girlfriend of Reed Sorenson, met him through a mutual friend.
Carol J. Buck, CEO of Xenna Corporation (http://www.xenna.com) says "Women in particular tend to identify with the human aspect of car racing - following the teams, the drivers and their personal lives. While meeting their favorite driver may be only a dream to thousands of female fans, many are drawn to the image generated by the wives and girlfriends of the drivers and want to emulate it."
She adds, "Many women like to dress to suit the occasion, whether they're actually going to the track, or just dressing for their own husband or boyfriend who's into racing. Choices of racing apparel now run the gamut from tank-tops, t-shirts, swimwear and footwear - including flip-flops to athletic shoes and pumps. However, it takes some hard work and commitment to pull off looking great in a tank top and flip-flops. The good news is that it can be done - even if you're middle-aged."
Buck, who runs a company that sells personal foot care products, explains, "While pumps are popular with women, NASCAR-themed flip-flops are very big with NASCAR fans because they're so comfortable. But if feet are embarrassing to look at because of yellow, or thickened toenails or dry, cracked heels, these cooler choices are out. That's one of the reasons we developed NonyX® Nail Gel and CalleX® Dry Heel Ointment - so men and women would have attractive feet - beautiful nails and smooth, baby-soft heels."
"Both male and female race fans want to look casual, but also attractive to the opposite sex. Ugly feet can put a real damper on one's social life," concludes Buck, "which is why NonyX Nail Gel is so popular now."
Diabetic-friendly NonyX Nail Gel is a natural ethanoic nail gel that breaks down and removes keratin debris - the discolored, yellow or thick granular buildup under nails which is the actual source of nail discoloration. After using NonyX Gel for 3 or 4 weeks, keratin debris is soft enough so that it can begin to be scraped out from under the nail. Overall nail appearance improves over time as keratin debris exfoliates with continued use of this money-back guaranteed gel.
"Dry, cracked heels are also nicely handled by Xenna's other footcare product, CalleX® Ointment," reports Buck. CalleX Ointment's natural enzymes selectively exfoliate dry, cracked, thickened and scaly skin while its petrolatum base retains natural skin moisture. Peppermint-scented CalleX is also free of potentially irritating acids, mineral oil, colorants, parabens and lanolin and is also money-back guaranteed.
NonyX Nail Gel can be purchased in the footcare section of Walgreens, Rite Aid, CVS, Wal-Mart, Longs, Eckerd Pharmacy, Brooks Pharmacy, Duane Reade, HEB grocery stores and most Medicine Shoppes. Online, it is also available at http://www.xenna.com/
For photos of toenails and heels before and after using Xenna products, click on http://www.xenna.com.
Xenna Corporation is a privately-held, woman-owned company based in Princeton, NJ which develops and distributes natural personal care products for skin, hair and nails.