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Nation's Leading Food Services Provider Chooses PureWellness to Drive Corporate Wellness Program
Date:9/29/2008

Morrison Management Specialists signs agreement with PureWellness to bring Wellness Program to hundreds of locations.

Burlington, VT (PRWEB) September 29, 2008 - PureWellness, Inc, a leading provider of online wellness solutions, announced it has signed an agreement with Morrison Management Specialists, the nation's leading provider of food and nutrition services to hospitals and senior living communities across the country.

"Our relationship with Morrison is a great opportunity for PureWellness to work with an organization that has a clear vision for wellness and a passion for improving the lives of their associates," said Ron Keen, President at PureWellness, Inc. "The program that Morrison has rolled out to hundreds of locations across the country is further evidence that our comprehensive, flexible, and scalable wellness platform can deliver results for any organization, regardless of how many physical locations they may have."

Morrison Management Specialists is one of the largest food and nutrition services providers in the country and employs over 14,000 people nationally.

"We are proud to work with PureWellness in delivering a complete wellness program for all of our associates, in every location," said Karen Smith, Vice President, Nutrition and Wellness at Morrison. "The flexibility of the PureWellness platform and its ability to encompass all of our locations are important factors in contributing to the overall health of our associates. We are very excited to offer this sort of program to everyone who is employed at Morrison. It serves as another example of our commitment to the health and well-being of our entire population."

The PureWellness platform powers many aspects of a wellness program and provides personal solutions for each user and aggregate reporting for every employer. The PureWellness software as a
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