Inspire Skin & Body Raises Money For "Denim Day" To Benefit Breast Cancer Research

(GREENSBORO NC - , JULY 2008) —Newly opened Inspire Skin & Body located in Greensboro, N. Carolina is pleased to announce their participation and support of "National Denim Day". On October 3, 2008, Lee Jeans invites companies to go casual for a cause, inviting employees to wear their jeans to work on "Denim Day" in exchange for a $5 contribution to the fight against breast cancer. National Denim Day has raised more than $70 million for the fight against breast cancer and unites nearly one million supporters nationwide each year.

Inspire Skin & Body is raising money for breast cancer awareness though several coordinated activities and events promoting "Denim Day". The staff formed a fundraising team and will be collecting donation now through the end of October and Inspire Skin & Body will donate 10% of all retail product sales the first week of October as a part of the total "Denim Day" fundraising event.

"It is especially meaningful for me to participate in this event since two of my close friends and several clients have had breast cancer in the last few years," stated Inspire Skin & Body Owner, Felicia Brown."Our goal is to raise $2,500. Our team has pledged to wear jeans on Denim Day and each of us will donate at least $5. We hope you will join us. To donate with Team Inspire Skin & Body go to the Denim Day website (www.denimday.com) , click on donate and you can find us by searching for "Inspire Skin & Body or search by our team ID which is 221275."

About Felicia Brown
Ms. Brown has received numerous business awards and accolades including the 2005 Small Business Person of the Year (Greensboro Chamber of Commerce) and has been featured in the Massage Therapy Journal, Dermsacope, DAYSPA, Skin Inc and numerous other business publications and trade journals. She is a sought-after speaker with appearances at the Day Spa Expo in Las Vegas, the International Esthetics, Cosmetics and Spa Conference in Orlando, FL and New York, NY, the National Convention for the American Massage Therapy Association in Atlanta, GA and most recently in Poland. Ms. Brown is an Approved Provider and for the National Certification Board for Therapeutic Massage and Bodywork, holds a national certification in massage therapy and is a member of the Day Spa Association and American Massage Therapy Association.

About Inspire Skin & Body
Newly opened Inspire Skin & Body, owned by Felicia Brown, is committed to being Greensboro's premier provider for skin and body treatments. Our team delivers outstanding, personalized services, surpassing guest expectations, and providing high-performance, results oriented skin and body care services, products and recommendations that INSPIRE all staff and guests.

About Spalutions!
Founded in 2003, Spalutions! is an independently owned and operated spa consulting company with a growing number of clients across North America and abroad. Under Ms. Brown's leadership, Spalutions! has forged a new market segments in education, retail and wholesale services. In a short period of time, Ms. Brown has branded Spalutions! as a leading consulting company in spa development with an emphasis on guerilla marketing, innovation, education, integrity and customer service. The company's web site www.spalutions.com.

About National Denim Day
Since its inception in 1996, Lee National Denim Day has adhered to a simple philosophy: one day, one cause, one cure®. Denim Day was conceived when several Lee Jeans employees realized that each of them had been touched by breast cancer and an everyday conversation led to the creation of Lee National Denim Day, which has become one of the largest single-day fundraisers nationwide for breast cancer. Lee Jeans invited companies to go casual for a cause, inviting employees to wear their jeans to work on Denim Day in exchange for a $5 contribution to the fight against breast cancer. The underlying concept behind the program was simple—by convincing enough people to take one small step, together they could reach an incredible goal. Lee National Denim Day has raised more than $70 million for the fight against breast cancer and unites nearly one million supporters nationwide each year.