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Diet-to-Go and Club One Fitness Join Forces For New Wellness Initiative
Date:1/25/2010

Club One Launches Lite N’ Up Program at three of their Premiere Clubs.

(PRWEB) January 25, 2010 -- Diet-to-Go, a national leader in nutritional meal programs, today announced the collaboration with Club One Fitness, a leader for award-winning fitness and wellness solutions operating 20 health clubs in California.

Through this exciting new relationship, Diet-to-Go will deliver fresh-made food that adheres to the guidelines of major medical organizations including the American Dietetic Association and American Heart Association to Club One members in San Francisco, Oakland and San Jose.

“We are extremely excited about this relationship,” said Hilton Davis, founder and CEO of Diet-to-Go. “It makes perfect sense to have a partnership between two premiere companies that believe in delivering quality and excellence so our customers can achieve the highest standard of living.”

Michele Trankovich, Diet-to-Go Corporate Accounts Manager, terms the new deal a mutually beneficial relationship that was three years in the making.

“Club One was seeking a premiere, healthy meal program to offer their members as part of their Lite N’ Up wellness initiative and Diet-to-Go was interested in joining with premiere clubs in the Bay Area as part of their ‘Partner in Health’ Program,” she notes.

In an effort to provide well-rounded weight loss solutions that combine both fitness and nutrition, Diet-to-Go meals can now be found at three Club One locations in the Bay Area – Citigroup in San Francisco, City Center in Oakland and Santana Row in San Jose.

Diet-to-Go will also be available at 4 additional Club One locations starting February 2010: Almaden Valley, Silver Creek Sportsplex, Scotts Valley, and Embarcadero Center.

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