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Merz Aesthetics and Inspirational Women Join Forces to Recognize Women Who STAND AND DELIVER
Date:11/1/2011

SAN MATEO, Calif., Nov. 1, 2011 /PRNewswire/ -- Merz Aesthetics, Inc., the exclusive distributor of Asclera® (polidocanol) Injection in the U.S., today announced the launch of the "STAND AND DELIVER" program.  In partnership with an advisory panel of three women who were selected for their significant abilities to STAND AND DELIVER, this initiative was created to honor women who take a stand by making a difference in their communities. Finalists and their affiliated 501(c)(3) non-profit organizations will be featured in a national campaign, and the grand prize winner will receive her choice of beauty treatments by a top dermatologist, and a $10,000 donation to the organization for which she stands.

"There are so many inspirational women across the U.S. who stand up for important issues in their communities every day. From the mom who offers tutoring after school, to the woman who is fighting for better nutrition in public schools – and too often, these women go unnoticed or unacknowledged," said Dennis Condon, President and Chief Executive Officer of Merz Aesthetics.  "This program is our way of celebrating these women -- helping them to look good and feel good, while they are doing good. Merz Aesthetics is pleased to be able to not only make a charitable donation, but give the gift of beauty to women who give back so much."

Beginning today, log onto www.Asclera.com/standanddeliver and tell us why your mother, sister, neighbor, wife, daughter or friend deserves to be recognized as part of the STAND AND DELIVER program.  Nominees should be committed to their communities, and work hard to make a difference.  After the January 15, 2012, submission deadline, the STAND AND DELIVER advisory panel will select three finalists whose stories will be featured on the contest website. The Grand Prize Winner will be chosen by the public following an online voting period (February
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