Show Your Love This Christmas Season with BeneFab

November 14, 2016 1 min read

christmas-tree-1081981_1280 Show your love this Christmas season with BeneFab; introduce your friends and family to Christmas season! Winter temperatures are rolling in, which means more sensitivity in your joints and muscles! We want you to share your experience with our products to your friends and family in an effort to provide relief for all! Refer a friend and show them the difference BeneFab can make for them. If your referral turns into a loyal customer, we will happily gift you a pair of therapeutic hock boots for your horse at no cost to you in appreciation for your support. And I'll make sure they arrive in plenty of time before Christmas! screen-shot-2016-11-13-at-8-50-42-pm

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