Carlson Laboratories Supports the American Heart Association's Go Red for Women Campaign

1/1/2010

For Immediate Release
Carilyn Anderson
J.R. Carlson Laboratories, Inc.
15 W. College Drive, Arlington Heights, IL 60004-1985
Tel. 847-255-1600 Fax: 847-255-1605
E-mail: carilyn@carlsonlabs.com

Arlington Heights, IL ---January 2010--- Carlson Laboratories Supports the American Heart Association’s Go Red for Women Campaign: Go Red for Women is the American Heart Association’s campaign to raise awareness regarding cardiovascular disease in women. According to the American Heart Association, heart disease is the leading cause of death for women in the United States. February 5th, 2010 is National Wear Red Day. Thousands of individuals and companies are raising awareness about heart disease by wearing red on this day.

Carlson Laboratories is proud to be supporting this event by providing red aprons to health food store owners and their staff to wear. Carilyn Anderson, Sales & Marketing Executive at Carlson Laboratories, states, “We are proud to support the American Heart Association’s ‘Go Red for Women’ campaign to help raise awareness about the importance of cardiovascular health. By leading a healthy lifestyle including regularly exercising and getting proper nutrients through food and supplements, we may be able to prevent cardiovascular disease and other related illnesses.”

Carlson will provide a free red apron to health food store owners to wear February 5th, 2010. Promote “Go Red for Women Day” by wearing a red Carlson apron.

About Carlson Laboratories
Carlson Laboratories has been supplying quality vitamins and nutritional supplements for 45 years. Our award-winning fish oil products are renowned for their purity and great taste. Call us today for more information @ 1-888-234-5656, or visit your local natural foods store. J.R. Carlson Laboratories, Inc., 15 W. College Drive, Arlington Heights, IL 60004. www.carlsonlabs.com.

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