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March 23rd, 2005
Grads Go From Slob to Success in Job Interviews
Joey Coleman will graduate from Columbia University in June and is now in the process of looking for a job. Included in Joey's wardrobe are several pieces of enhanced clothing made with Nano-Tex's Resists Spills treatment.
"Once I dropped a bagel on my lap on the way to a meeting concerning a research position I'd been working to secure. The spill-proof Gap pants I was wearing allowed me to wipe off the food and then forget about it," said Joey. "When I get shirts or ties, it's my first choice. If I present myself as a well-dressed professional, then more often than not I feel like one too. The spill resistant clothes look like any other dress clothes, feel soft and comfortable, and allow me to go through the day with a clearer mind."
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