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Remember our feature of CastCoverz? Check out the big deal she just signed!

Annette D. Giacomazzi, one of our past Feature Moms, and Founder and Owner of CastCoverZ!, has added something fabulous to her offerings on and I couldn't resist sharing!

CastCoverZ!, the world’s largest online retailer of products for the orthopedic patient, including cast covers and waterproof cast products, announces the acquisition of LemonAid™ Crutches and CrutchWear® that includes fun accessories like colored crutches and crutch pad covers.

LemonAid Crutches are made of high-tech, lightweight aluminum construction and are powder-coated for ultimate durability and brilliant color. CrutchWear, fashionable crutch covers and crutch bags, allows you to fully personalize your crutches with design, superior comfort and function.

LemonAid crutches and crutch covers offer the perfect complement to the CastCoverZ! concept; fun and functional products that comfort orthopedic patients,” said Giacomazzi.

If you, a friend or family member has been injured, definitely check out CastCoverZ!



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3 Responses »

  1. Way to go creative mama!!! Your community is so proud of you and you're an inspiration to us all!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

  2. Annette- I am so excited for you!
    H & S sister, You are on your way!

  3. Annette, congrats! What a joy to know you!

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