Host a Live Blood Cell Analysis Clinic

Whether you are a health care practitioner or a health food store owner, hosting a clinic is a great way to provide your clients with access to the Live Cell Microscopy Service at great prices.

As a health care practitioner/health food store owner, I am sure you are aware of the benefits that Live Cell Microscopy can provide for your clients.

The analysis of living cells under a microscope will examine the quality of live blood at the cellular level, which offers your clients the ability to learn about their health, make better lifestyle choices and proper supplement choices which will enhance the sales of products and supplements that you already carry in you store.

Not only will Live Cell Analysis provide a microscopic look into the health of clients already attending your establishment, but it will also benefit new clients and referrals attending your location in pursuit of a healthier lifestyle.

New clients will be educated and intrigued by this Live Cell Analysis service introduced at your clinic, complimenting your treatments and natural products already available at your location.

The expansion of your services to include Live Cell Microscopy will also bring new prospects through your door through referrals, word of mouth and a posting of your clinic dates on my website. I will be promoting your events at every opportunity. You will be offering a service that is a recognised aspect of the health and wellness profession with little Investment of resources, and limited monetary risk.

If we agree that this is a good fit for both of us, I will put together a proposal and master copies of the marketing announcement flyers and get it to you right away so that we can start this new partnership as soon as possible.

I look forward to a profitable joint venture with you and your staff!

Mary Taylor

 

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