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GlucoStories - Join the Race With American Diabetes Wholesale and Charlie Kimball
Date:5/18/2009

Diabetes company and race car driving star join forces to launch new diabetes support site and contest.

Pompano Beach, FL (PRWEB) May 18, 2009 -- With the Centers for Disease Control (CDC.gov) reporting that nearly 24 million Americans are living with diabetes, the creation of a unified diabetes community that is focused on healthful living is more important than ever. American Diabetes Wholesale, a diabetes supply company keeping diabetes management affordable for all, especially the uninsured, has partnered with Charlie Kimball, a 24-year old Indy Lights race car driver and who has Type I diabetes, to announce the launch GlucoStories & Charlie Kimball Share Your Story Contest. Bringing together individuals living with diabetes and providing them with a platform to share their personal experiences, the contest asks people to explain how diabetes has impacted their lives and enter to win a Grand Prize trip to the "Firestone® Indy Lights" Championship Race at the Homestead-Miami Speedway in Florida Friday, October 9, 2009.

"Reaching out and supporting people in the diabetes community is what American Diabetes Wholesale is all about," said Chris Maguire, Vice President of American Diabetes Wholesale. "GlucoStories is an extension of our commitment and partnering with Charlie Kimball to bring this program to the community was a win-win for everyone involved."

Diagnosed in 2007, Charlie manages his diabetes, while growing his racing career. Racing since age 9, he has been involved in the most competitive racing categories in the world including British Formula 3, the Formula 3 Euroseries and t
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