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2018 Ohio Equine Affaire Presenter: Kat Chrysostom

April 06, 2018 2 min read

Local business-woman from Ocala, Florida to take the stage at Columbus Equine Affaire– the story of a lifetime packed with inspiration and honesty about life as an entrepreneur. Passionate speaker and author to share tactics for successfully rebuilding her life after tragedy followed by an in-depth Q&A session, and an additional presentation with horse in-hand exploring natural, alternative methods for relieving soreness and stiffness. As an entrepreneur in the equine industry, through pain-relieving products she believes in helping people and animals. kat chrysostom the plaid horse benefab sore no more COLUMBUS, Ohio-April 12, 2018 – From 5-6 PM and April 15 from 10-11 AM at the Ohio Expo Center, viewers will be gathering to delve into the mind of a young entrepreneur, Kat Chrysostom. Her story brings chills and offers insight into the journey of an entrepreneur; her outlook in business and care towards every individual sets her apart, and her company is known for delivering the most effective therapeutics to your door in under a week. Her company, BeneFab® by Sore No-More® uses textile technologies to help your body relieve itself of pain and stiffness. Every product in the line is infused with a patented bio-ceramic thread that works by emitting far-infrared wavelengths, ultimately stimulating blood circulation. This in turn delivers blood flow to the area which naturally eases stiffness, reduces inflammation, and soothes pain. “Through my personal experience with far-infrared therapies, I gained the passion and desire to begin designing products for the public with all these functions,” said Kat, President of BeneFab® by Sore No-More®,when asked what inspired her. She added: “In the end, hearing from the customers who come back astonished by their results and hearing the positive impact it makes on their life and their animals is what drives me to keep educating the marketplace.” Through countless hours spent assuring customers are satisfied and the continued growth of sales, her entrepreneurial discoveries in the equine industry can be taken advantage of at her keynote sessions during the Equine Affair in Ohio. “I hold the equine industry near and dear to my heart—not only is it an industry I love being in, but with each person, I share a common interest—the love of horses. If you can do what you love, you never work a day in your life. Sharing how I’ve managed to do this and what I’ve learned with other people is a way to give back.” The Equine Affair will be hosting Kat Chrysostom for a half-hour of informational content followed by a 20-minute interactive Q&A session, and an additional 50-minute presentation with horse in-hand later in the week. For more information, click here. Attend to listen to her story and take home valuable, individualized tips for your own life. Afterward, find her and the BeneFab® team in booth #C133 to chat more and get a glimpse at the full line of products for you and your pets.


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