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WELLESSE(TM) Announces the 'Keep Your Body in Motion' Sweepstakes
Date:2/27/2008

FERNDALE, Wash., Feb. 27 /PRNewswire/ -- Wellesse announces the launch of its first-ever online sweepstakes, the "Keep Your Body in Motion" Sweepstakes. Consumers may enter for a chance to win a year's supply of Wellesse Joint Movement Glucosamine(R) with chondroitin online at http://www.wellesse.com. The sweepstakes launched February 14, 2008 and continues through May 15, 2008.

"This newest online campaign is part of our overall strategy to be a premium provider of both nutritional supplements and health and wellness information to our consumers," says Leslie Ellis, Online Marketing Manager. "The information gathered from the sweepstakes survey will allow us to deliver more relevant information to the right consumer."

Consumers may enter for a chance to win every 30 days during the sweepstakes period. Extra entries into the Keep Your Body in Motion Sweepstakes may be earned by sending invitations to family and friends to enter.

There will be three monthly drawings on March 15, April 15 and May 15, 2008. Three Grand Prizes of a one year's supply of Wellesse Joint Movement Glucosamine and 20 First Place prizes of one bottle will be awarded each month. All winners will be announced via the website http://www.wellesse.com.

Keep your joints flexible with high quality Wellesse Joint Movement Glucosamine, an extra strength, liquid glucosamine & chondroitin combination essential for joint health.(1)

About Botanical Laboratories, Inc.

Botanical Laboratories, Inc. http://www.botlab.com, founded in 1988, is a fully integrated marketer of premium specialty supplement products targeting wellness oriented consumers in the Direct to Consumer (DTC), Food, Drug and Club channels of distribution. These premium branded supplements are manufactured at the company's facility in Ferndale
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