Bunion Bootie, the Popular Non-Surgical Bunion Treatment Conducts a New Product Focus Group for Their Newest Design, Bunionette Bootie

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In an effort to gain honest and useful product feedback, Bunion Bootie invites focus group participants to be the first to test their newest product for tailor's bunions (also known as bunionettes).

"Bunionette Bootie is expected to utilize the beneficial attributes of the proven and popular Bunion Bootie design."

Bunion Bootie is opening enrollment for a focus group to develop and refine it's newest product, Bunionette Bootie, expected to be available for retail by Summer 2015. This study was open to Bunion Bootie's most loyal customers who have been requesting additional support for their tailor's bunion (a bunion on their little toe also called a bunionette).

Bunionette Bootie is expected to further utilize the beneficial attributes of the proven and popular Bunion Bootie design in order to protect and reduce the pain and discomfort often experienced by bunion and bunionette sufferers. Those interested in learning more about the Bunionette Bootie can join the newsletter group here to learn more.

About Bunion Bootie
Bunion Bootie, established in 2011 by a group of bunion sufferers who cam together in search for an effective non-surgical treatment for bunions, is the perfect answer for people who must stay on their feet for prolonged periods. Office professionals, shift workers, athletes, and users worldwide have discovered Bunion Bootie. Bunion irritation, if left untreated, can result in blisters, swelling, tenderness, and bursitis. At only 0.4mm thick, Bunion Booties fit comfortably in almost any shoe (including high heels and running shoes), and is made with odor and bacteria resistant materials.

Please visit their website https://www.BunionBootie.com for full details. Discounts are available for purchase of more than one (1) Bunion Bootie and can be found on the website. For more information, contact Bunion Bootie through the company's website, BunionBootie.com, or by e-mailing at CustomerService(at)BunionBootie(dot)com.

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