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Thomas E. Mower Makes Generous Donations To Primary Children's Medical Center
Date:4/9/2010

Thomas Mower Sr., Chairman of SISEL International and an ardent supporter of Primary Children’s, opened his heart and wallet and pledged over $11,000 during the Radiothon fundraising event.

Salt Lake City (PRWEB) April 9, 2010 -- The Primary Children’s Medical Center and KSL NewsRadio recently kicked off their 34th Annual Radiothon to raise funds for hospitalized children. Thomas Mower Sr., Chairman of SISEL International and an ardent supporter of Primary Children’s, opened his heart and wallet and pledged over $11,000 during the Radiothon fundraising event.

“My family is thrilled to be able to donate to Primary Children’s Medical Center. They were there for us when my son needed medical attention years ago, and they have helped so many others in amazing ways throughout the years. We are grateful for the hospital’s excellent care,” reflects Mower. “It was my turn to give back.”

One hundred percent of the donated funds will go directly to the hospital, helping to provide charity care, medical research, toys and art supplies, and to support special programs at the hospital, such as bereavement counseling and music therapy. Primary Children’s Medical Center provides medical care for children regardless of a family’s ability to pay. The two-day Radiothon was a tremendous success, with $449,498 being raised for the hospital.

The vision of Primary Children’s Medical Center is to provide the highest value for outstanding pediatric care, medical education, child advocacy, and research in the United States. “We are deeply grateful to Mr. Mower for this very generous donation,” says Sharon Goodrich, Foundation Director. “Eleven thousand dollars goes a long way to help children who are battling cancer, heart disease, cystic fibrosis, and many other illnesses and injuries.”

The mission statement, “The Child First and Always” is engraved in the limestone exterior at each of the hospital’s entrances, and describes the philosophy of how to provide healthcare for children in an atmosphere of love and concern. “It is heartwarming to consider how many lives have been touched by Primary Children’s Medical Center. Their commitment to children’s health and the high quality care that they provide is extraordinary,” said Mower.

About SISEL International:
Utilizing evidence-based, high-performance ingredients, SISEL produces powerful nutritional and personal care products based on solid science. These highly advanced products are developed in SISEL’s state-of-the-art research and development laboratories and produced in their world-class manufacturing facility. The company’s mission is to create heath, wealth and happiness for SISEL distributors and consumers throughout the world by providing life-giving products and success-oriented opportunities through SISEL’s generous compensation plan. SISEL’s products are free from potentially harmful ingredients commonly found in other commercial brands. For more information on SISEL International, visit the company’s official website at www.siselinternational.com .

Contact:
Rod Hansen, Director of Public Relations
SISEL International
801.472.2384

About Primary Children’s Medical Center:
Primary Children’s Medical Center is a pediatric facility equipped and staffed to treat children with complex illness and injuries. Primary Children’s is owned by Intermountain Healthcare, a non-profit health care system. In addition, it is affiliated with the Department of Pediatrics, University of Utah, integrating pediatric programs, research and training for childhood problems. The 252-bed hospital is located in a beautiful facility designed to meet the special needs of children and their families. Primary Children’s Medical Center serves five states in the Intermountain West - Utah, Idaho, Wyoming, Nevada, and Montana. For more information on Primary Children’s Medical Center, visit the hospital’s official websites at www.primarychildrens.org and www.intermountainhealthcare.org.

Contact:
Sharon Goodrich, Foundation Director
Primary Children’s Medical Center
801.662.5964

About KSL News Radio:
KSL NewsRadio is a radio programming service based in Salt Lake City, Utah. It is broadcast simultaneously on AM station KSL 1160 and FM station KSL 102.7. Both stations are owned by Deseret Media Companies. For more information on KSL NewsRadio, visit the official website at www.ksl.com.

Contact:
Tami Ostmark, Director of Marketing
KSL NewsRadio
801.575.7235

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