(Salt Lake City May 10, 2018): On May 22-23, The Good Feet Store is hosting a career fair in Salt Lake City for employment in its Utah stores. The career fair will take place on May 22 and 23 at The Hampton Inn in Sandy from 9am to 1pm.
Good Feet’s mission is centered around raising foot health awareness. Foot health is closely related to body health, but the feet are often neglected unless they are in pain.
Good Feet believes in creating a positive impact and helps educate the community on some little known but profoundly impactful topics including why hard, flat surfaces are the “enemy” of foot health; what elements make up a really good shoe; and what arch supports can do not only for the feet, but the entire body. Because when the bones in the feet fall out of place, and in turn are out of alignment, so is the rest of the body.
Certified fitters are trained to personally fit arch supports that are uniquely designed to guide the foot into its natural “ideal” position and encourage even-weight distribution and proper alignment. They can be very useful for anyone who wants to perform better, prevent injury, recover from activity, or even reduce pain.
The Career Fair will give potential employees the opportunity to interview with the hiring committee and learn more about working with The Good Feet family. Bring your resume and dress for success! Visit mygoodfeet.com/careerfair or call 1-800-NEW-FEET for more information.
The Good Feet Store has locations across the Northwest. In Utah, Good Feet is open in Sandy, Utah at 98 W 11400 S, Sandy, UT 84070, in Farmington at 258 N University Dr., Ste Q-015, Farmington, UT 84025, and on June 15th is opening up its newest location in Riverton at 4534 W. Partridge Hill Lane, Space #E-110 Riverton, UT 84065.
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