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Philadelphia Eagles' Offensive Lineman Todd Herremans Joins SPO Medical to Endorse New SPO Wellness(TM) Product Line
Date:10/5/2010

uard in 2006 where he was part of the offensive line that allowed the team's lowest sack total since 1981. An athletic and versatile force on the field, Herremans' success earned him a five-year contract extension in 2006 that will keep him in Philadelphia through 2013.

As evidenced by his major in exercise science at Saginaw Valley State, Herremans' passion and commitment to health and wellness extend beyond football, and he looks forward to implementing the SPO Wellness(TM) product line into his current active lifestyle. "I am excited to use the SPO Wellness(TM) products routinely in my workouts to help me achieve and maintain my goals both on and off the field," said Mr. Herremans.

Jack Brewer, chief executive officer of BSI and former teammate of Herremans, added, "While playing football with Todd in Philadelphia, I had the privilege to witness first-hand his exceptional work ethic and healthy lifestyle. He was always in great shape and continuously did the small things both on and off the field to be prepared and to stay in the best shape possible. Todd's natural ability to lead by example is a perfect fit in our continued effort to encourage healthy and active lifestyles while bringing awareness to the SPO Wellness(TM) line."

About Todd Herremans

Todd Herremans, 27, entered the NFL as the Philadelphia Eagles' fourth-round draft pick in 2005 and is currently in his sixth season with the league. He scored the first touchdown of his professional career in 2008, becoming only the second offensive lineman in team history to catch a touchdown pass. Herremans was named to Larry Weisman's USA Today 2008 All-Joe Team, honoring NFL players whose work is integral to the team's success.

About SPO Wellness(TM)

The SPO Wellness(TM) line of products includes the world's first performance monitoring wristband, known as the Wellness 10k(TM) ,designed for both children and adults and featuring a display function to continuously me
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