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NutriSystem and Celebrities Team Up to Benefit the American Heart Association
Date:2/29/2008

Top Entertainers and Athletes Donate Shirts off Their Back - and Other

Exclusive Stuff - for One-of-a-Kind Online Charity Auction

HORSHAM, Pa., Feb. 29 /PRNewswire/ -- After shedding the pounds with NutriSystem, some big names are shedding their shirts and other exclusive items to raise money for the American Heart Association. In connection with Heart Disease Awareness Month and in celebration of the recent launch of NutriSystem Advanced, a new heart healthy program, NutriSystem, Inc. today announced that it is auctioning off an exclusive collection of authentic entertainment and sports memorabilia to benefit the American Heart Association.

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Beginning today, fans will have the opportunity to bid on iconic, nostalgic items that celebrities have donated to NutriSystem in order to raise awareness for heart disease and to connect with their loyal supporters like never before. Further advancing NutriSystem's commitment to heart-health and overall wellness, NutriSystem will donate all proceeds from this auction directly to the American Heart Association. To view auction items and place a bid, visit http://www.ebay.com/nutrisystem, which was created for NutriSystem by Auction Cause, a premier online auction management agency specializing in high profile design, strategy, and cause marketing for corporations and nonprofits worldwide. http://www.auctioncause.com.

Entertainers and athletes who have lost weight on the NutriSystem program have offered items for auction, including:
-- Marie Osmond (lost 40 pounds*) - Autographed porcelain dolls that

commemorate her success on "Dancing With the Stars"

-- Tony Orlando (lost 103 pounds*) - An autog
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