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Marbles: The Brain Store Opens New Location in Chicago, Introduces World's First Bike that Trains Body and Brain
Date:6/5/2009

Marbles: The Brain Store, today announced the new Skokie store opening mid-June will introduce the brain-health industry's latest: The NeuroActive Bike, the world's first exerciser that combines cardio workouts with brain workouts. Powered by Brain Center America's (BCA) patent-pending NeuroActive Program, this one-of-a-kind "brain gym" consists of a recumbent stationary bike coupled with an interactive brain training program displayed on an all-in-one PC screen designed to make brain training fun, easy and effective for people of all ages.

Chicago, IL (PRWEB) June 5, 2009 -- Lindsay Gaskins, co-founder and CEO of Marbles: The Brain Store, today announced the new Skokie store opening mid-June will introduce the brain-health industry's latest: The NeuroActive Bike, the world's first exerciser that combines cardio workouts with brain workouts. Powered by Brain Center America's (BCA) patent-pending NeuroActive Program, this one-of-a-kind "brain gym" consists of a recumbent stationary bike coupled with an interactive brain-training program displayed on an all-in-one PC screen designed to make brain training fun, easy and effective for people of all ages.

A news conference to announce the store's opening and unveil the bike, along with Marbles' other brain health promoting products takes place at 10 a.m. Wednesday, June 17, at the store at 4999 Westfield Old Orchard Center, Suite F-15, Skokie, IL, 60077. The store opens to the public at 10:30am Friday, June 19.

Marbles: The Brain Store offers over 250 products designed to stimulate and strengthen the brain and be useful for Alzheimer's prevention and therapy, including word puzzles, brain teasers, educational games, and brain fitness software, which result in enhanced memory, critical thinking, coordination, visual perception and word skills. Besides the free Brain Health Barometer,

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