New Line of Easy to Swallow and Formulated for Easy Absorption Vitamins Allows Class Participants to Download Free Weekly Classes at Oprah.com and
NORTHRIDGE, Calif., March 31 /PRNewswire/ -- Starting April 1, consumers who miss Oprah Winfrey and Eckhart Tolle's weekly online class surrounding "A New Earth: Awakening to Your Life's Purpose" can download the event for free at Oprah.com or iTunes sponsored by new Nature Made(R) Liquid Softgels.
"Ms. Winfrey and Mr. Tolle's program represents the world's largest interactive classroom and we're thrilled to be a part of it," said Richard Yoder, marketing director, Nature Made vitamins. "This class fuels people's spirits and that meshes perfectly with our commitment to help individuals fuel their own greatness. We know people's lives are busy and they can't always participate in the live event, so we're excited to be able to offer free downloads of the weekly classes."
Each weekly class covers a chapter from "A New Earth: Awakening to Your Life's Purpose" and includes a discussion led by Winfrey and Tolle. The discussion can be viewed live on Oprah.com every Monday at 9/8 CDT p.m. through May 5. People can register for the class at http://www.oprah.com/anewearth.
New Nature Made Liquid Softgels are the latest new products from Nature Made. Consumers can visit http://www.NatureMade.com to request a free sample.
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About Oprah's Book Club
As the biggest book club in the world, Oprah's Book Club has approximately 1 million online members. Each of its selections have skyrocketed to the top of best-sellers lists. Enrollment is free and provides members with access to benefits such as online discussion groups, reading questions and Q&A sessions with the author. To join, log on to http://www.oprah.com/bookclub.
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