SHREWSBURY, N.J. April 13 April 15 usually isn't a day associated with relaxation. But if the makers of RelaxZen relaxation shots have anything to do with it, April 15, 2010 will be a day for New Yorkers to de-stress the IRS. RelaxZen teams are handing out free samples of RelaxZen DAY formula at the James A Farley Post Office on 8th Avenue beginning at 11:30 AM. They will then join the Tax Day Tea Party rally through the evening. RelaxZen DAY is a proprietary blend of vitamins and herbs that work naturally with the body to safely reduce stress and focus the mind.
The goal of the sampling, according to RelaxZen founders Nick West and Brent Sonnek-Schmelz, is to offer last-minute filers a respite from the stresses of the day.
"These days it seems that stress is as American as baseball, apple pie and taxes," says West, RelaxZen's Chief Relaxation Officer. "There's nothing more taxing than taxes and we want to do what we can to help."
"New York City on Tax Day is the perfect place to spread a bit of RelaxZen," says Chief Zen Officer Sonnek-Schmelz. "New Yorkers have been hit hard by the economy and we thought they deserve a break even in the 'city that never sleeps.'"
More than a single shot of relaxation in a bottle or a quick fix to a stressful day, the RelaxZen line of relaxation products is designed to effectively and safely manage everyday stress levels to balance lives naturally. In addition to RelaxZen DAY, RelaxZen NIGHT formula promotes restful and peaceful sleep and awaking refreshed. RelaxZen products are readily available throughout the New York Metropolitan area at all Duane Reade stores for those who have already filed online.
About RelaxZen, Inc.
Based in Shrewsbury, NJ, RelaxZen, Inc. is the company behind RelaxZen(TM) (http://www.relaxzenshots.com), a leading brand of relaxation products. RelaxZen(TM) products are designed to calm the soul, relax the body and focus the mind.
Editor's Note: RelaxZen is a dietary supplement and conforms to all standards set forth by the FDA's Dietary Supplement Health and Education Act. The FDA has not evaluated these claims. RelaxZen is not intended to diagnose, treat, cure or prevent any disease.
SOURCE RelaxZen, Inc.