Toronto, Canada, February 09, 2008 --(PR.com
)-- The experts at Voices.com are conducting a local survey with volunteers consisting of voice actors, on-air talent, and broadcast professionals in order to document the effectiveness of the Entertainer's Secret for high volume talkers. The throat spray (Entertainer's Secret Throat Relief) is a product of KLI Corp, a company based in Carmel, IN USA selling worldwide. President Gordon Schmitz graciously supplied the product samples imposing no restrictions on the survey.
Entertainer’s Secret resulted from a collaborative effort of KLI Corp and Richard Quisling, MD. Dr Quisling is an otolaryngologist (ear nose and throat physician specialist) in Nashville TN and his practice includes many performers whose very livelihoods are at risk whenever their voices are at less than their best. He had long been searching for a product that could protect the vocal apparatus and restore and maintain voice quality without doing harm. After trying various amounts of different ingredients, the final formulation evolved. It is registered with the FDA as a medical device.
As Voices.com is based in Canada and KLI Corp is in the United States, Kathy Thompson, an authorized Canadian Entertainer's Secret representative, is the person to contact about this spray in Canada. KLI also has representatives comparable to Kathy in Australia, Europe and other nations.
What is Entertainer's Secret? Entertainer’s Secret is to dry throat and hoarse voice what hand lotion is for chapped hands. When hands are exposed to weather or solvents or detergents, the skin loses oil and becomes sore and irritated. Rubbing lotion into the skin restores oil and does it more quickly than the body can manufacture replacement oil. Like hand lotion, Entertainer’s Secret is not a medication or a cure but it does help resolve the complaint. When Entertainer’s Secret is sprayed orally or nasally into the throat, it delivers moisture directly to the desiccated tissues and it also adjusts the viscosity of the thick mucus, thinning it out so it can flow the way it should.
Kathy Thompson shared, "I have been recommending and using Entertainer's Secret Throat Relief Spray for almost ten years now. As a singer, VO artist and vocal coach, I am thrilled to have a bottle with me at all times. My voice students also enjoy it. We need to be aware of things that can dry our voices out like alcoholic beverages, caffeine in coffee, or even the alcohol that lingers in our throats from gargling with mouthwash. It would be wonderful if everyone would learn more about the health of their voice so it will serve you for a lifetime - and to not take it for granted just because it has always worked on command, whenever we wanted it. Our voices need moisture and hydration for optimum ease of use. I think that "E.S." a truly excellent addition to the daily vocal regime of any voice professional. I hope that this survey will bring a new awareness about the need of health products for our voices. Since I am an authorized representative of Entertainer's Secret in Canada I will be very excited to hear the results from voice professionals thanks to this unique survey by Voices.com."
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About Kathy Thompson
Kathy Thompson ( http://www.purevoicepower.com ) is a voice, speech and performance coach who teaches people to speak, present, and use their voice with optimum impact. Kathy is also an authorized Canadian Entertainer's Secret representative. Kathy has been making a living for over three decades using her voice has been teaching voice since 1992. In 2005, Kathy achieved her Advanced Bronze (ATM-B) designation from Toastmasters International. Being a perpetual student herself, she is a certified graduate of the National Institute of Broadcasting and took an intensive course in 2007 called "Coaching the Gestalt Method". Kathy was invited to join the Faculty of Centennial College as a C.E. instructor and will be lecturing on communication and presentation skills. She has taught classes at Toronto’s Learning Annex for Sales Professionals, worked with comedy improv actors on how to develop character voices while keeping their instruments healthy, and has been called to do training events for call centre CSRs at major companies in the GTA. Kathy still teaches singing and sings jazz today.
Based in London, Canada, Voices.com provides an online marketplace, facilitating transactions between business clients and voice-over professionals employing a comprehensive suite of web-based services. Clients that have worked at Voices.com include NBC, ESPN, PBS, The History Channel, Reader's Digest, Comcast, Nortel Networks, Bell Canada, Microsoft, Cisco Systems, ING, Western Union, Ford, GM, Jaguar, US Army, the US Government and more.