GNC Sends OTC Medicines to U.S. Troops Serving Overseas
This donation is representative of GNC's commitment to the U.S. militaryand its hardworking men and women who share the company's mission: to helppeople everywhere live longer, happier, healthier lives.
"At GNC, we're dedicated to helping people 'Live Well,'" said Tom Dowd,executive vice president at the company's Pittsburgh headquarters. "This meansproviding them with trusted nutritional information and high-quality productsthey need to stay healthy, especially when they're hard at work overseas. Weknow our troops use and appreciate these products, so this donation makesperfect sense."
The over-the-counter remedies will be distributed to active duty men andwomen all over the United States as they depart for service.
GNC has long dedicated itself to the military. The company has 108 storeson military bases throughout the continental United States, Puerto Rico,Alaska and Hawaii, and stores on bases in Japan, Bahrain, Guam and Korea. GNCproducts are also available in commissaries and AAFES Overseas Exchangelocations.
GNC, headquartered in Pittsburgh, Pa., is the largest global specialtyretailer of nutritional products; including vitamin, mineral, herbal and otherspecialty supplements and sports nutrition, diet and energy products. GNC hasmore than 5,000 retail locations throughout the United States (including 950franchise and 1,550 Rite Aid stores-within-a-store) and franchise operationsin 44 international markets. The company -- which is dedicated to helpingconsumers Live Well -- also offers products and product information online atwww.GNC.com.
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