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Cranberries to Provide Benefit Rich Fuel to Keep Health and Fitness Professionals Running
Date:4/6/2010

On April 7th – 10th the Cranberry Marketing Committee will be a sponsor of the American College of Sports Medicine’s 14th Annual Health & Fitness Summit & Exposition in Austin, TX. The event is expected to attract health professionals from all over the world to meet to hear about new breakthroughs in physical fitness and exercise science.

(Vocus) April 6, 2010 -- On April 7th – 10th the Cranberry Marketing Committee will be a sponsor of the American College of Sports Medicine’s 14th Annual Health & Fitness Summit & Exposition in Austin, TX. The event is expected to attract health professionals from all over the world to meet to hear about new breakthroughs in physical fitness and exercise science. With over 70 breakout sessions and 15 attendee workout sessions scheduled throughout the four day event, attendees are going to need a heart healthy, antioxidant boost filled with unique healthful compounds.

The Cranberry, with an array of health benefits including urinary tract health, heart health, anti-cancer properties and one of the highest antioxidant contents among fruits, will provide all of this and more to the attendees of this high-energy conference.

The ACSM is the largest sports medicine organization in the world with over 30,000 national, international and regional members representing science, medicine, education and sports. The 2010 ACSM Health & Fitness Summit & Exposition is a four day event targeted at health and fitness professionals who want to stay current with today’s most applicable and controversial topics in the health and fitness industry. Summit events include guest speakers, breakout sessions, daily workout sessions and a full exhibition experience. This year the
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