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Necessary Nutrition will host a special event geared toward unemployed residents of the Inland Empire on Tuesday July 7th at Goodwin’s Organic Foods and Drinks. All attendees will receive Necessary Nutrition’s special nutritional wellness program for FREE, when they register, attend and show proof of unemployment at the event.

“We really want to help our community by offering unemployed residents our services at no charge,” says Necessary Nutrition’s founder Robin De-Ivy Allen.

“Research shows that people who eat well and take care of themselves have more confidence, energy, clarity and focus, all of which can give a job seeker the extra edge when out looking for  employment.”

The event will include a seminar showing attendees how to use food and nutrition to gain an extra edge in the job market, as well as a special presentation from image and color expert Peggy Ricks of First Impression, showing participants how to create a winning look to help them land the job they desire. “I’m going to teach participants about the importance of color and how their wardrobe affects their chances of securing employment, says Peggy.”

This is event is designed to help participants reinvent themselves for success, inside and out.

A grand prize drawing will take place. The selected attendee will receive a special “Stimulus Reinvention” package which will include Necessary Nutrition’s full 16-week nutrition program, a

color and image consultation from Peggy Ricks of First Impression, a three month’s supply of Necessary Nutrition’s nutritional supplements and more.

This package is valued at more than $1000.  

The special nutritional wellness program each attendee will receive is designed to help them reduce their body fat, manage their weight for the long term, increase their energy, confidence, self-esteem and show them how to eat for optimum nutritional value.

To register for the event visit www.NessyNutri.com.

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