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GNC Becomes a Presenting Sponsor for the Pittsburgh Health & Fitness Expo of the Dick's Sporting Goods Pittsburgh Marathon
Date:1/25/2010

cept of Living Well, a natural complement to everything the Marathon stands for.  But GNC is also a major Pittsburgh company, making it an ideal partner for this pre-eminent Pittsburgh event."  

Jennifer Brinker, Vice President of Marketing for GNC, said, "As a national wellness company headquartered here in Pittsburgh, being a part of the Marathon was a priority for us.  It's an event which is both a prestigious, competitive sporting event and an event that appeals to a broad cross section of the community that shares our passion for Living Well."

Runners are actively registering for the 21st annual Dick's Sporting Goods Pittsburgh Marathon.  Combined registration for all three Marathon events – the Dick's Sporting Goods Pittsburgh Marathon, UPMC Health Plan Pittsburgh Half Marathon, and FedEx Ground Pittsburgh Marathon Relay – currently exceeds 7,500.  For more information, go to www.pittsburghmarathon.com.

MISSION STATEMENT

The Dick's Sporting Goods Pittsburgh Marathon is a non-profit organization which promotes the love of long-distance running and enhances community involvement in fitness activities through high quality events open to a wide variety of ages and ability levels.  Our events will consistently serve the needs of our runners and our sponsors; will engage and reward our volunteers; will enhance the economic well-being of the Pittsburgh region; will partner with public and private entities to create the best possible event experience; and partner with appropri
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