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    Help a Girl Play Sports 02:24

    Help a Girl Play Sports

    by A-1 Broadcast (3/25/13) 3 views

    Activyst Announces the Launch of the Newest Functional Athletic Bag Line that Gives Back to Girls. Bag designer, Activyst, has a dual mission of providing great fashion to the active woman in order to help girls in developing countries play sports. It is the company’s belief that, “stronger girls make a stronger world.” To support the cause and for more information, visit www.indiegogo.com/Activyst, to buy a bag, share the message about Activyst and help more girls win at life.

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    Celebrity Trainer Brett Hoebel Offers Advice for Resolutions 01:27

    Celebrity Trainer Brett Hoebel Offers Advice for Resolutions

    by A-1 Broadcast (1/10/13) 0 views

    Brett Hoebel is one of the most sought-after lifestyle fitness experts in the country, you might remember him as one of the “secret” trainers on the long-running show, “The Biggest Loser®.” Since leaving the show, his integrative and holistic leading-edge fitness program has made Brett one of the most popular celebrity trainers in the nation. He is sharing his health and wellness strategies for people trying to get in shape in the New Year, or how to “fit” a workout regimen into your busy life that you will maintain year round. There are so many healthy food and beverage options now to help family members of all ages manage their eating habits. Just like most parents, I'm not a fan of putting kids on a restrictive “diet,” but simple food-swaps can make a big impact, without the kids even knowing it. For instance, one suggested swap for the younger family members is Juicy Juice Fruitifuls. It has 35% less sugar than regular juice, a full serving of fruit and a taste kid's love. In fact, replacing a regular juice box with Fruitifuls every day can reduce annual sugar intake by 13 cups.

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    Richard Petty and the

    Richard Petty and the "Like, Share, Change The World" Campaign

    by A-1 Broadcast (1/26/12) 6 views

    The "Like, Share, Change the World" campaign began on November 1, 2011, and will go through February 29, 2012. To date, nearly 40,000 fans have participated in the campaign resulting in nearly $40,000 that has been raised for the two charities. There's room for 60,000 more "likes" by the end of February. BC and Goody's collectively gave $100,000 to the charities in a check presentation at the last Goody's Fast Relief 500. With the response to date from fans, BC and Goody's look forward to raising that amount again for the charities to be presented at this year's race. Fans of BC and Goody's Powders will soon notice new packages on the shelves. For a limited time, you will find Trace Adkins and Wounded Warrior Project (WWP) on select boxes of BC, and Richard Petty and Victory Junction on select boxes of Goody's. With each purchase of these specially-marked boxes of BC or Goody's, made between now and April 1, 2012, fans of Petty and Adkins will have yet another way of giving back to the charities affiliated with each spokesperson and each brand.

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    Trace Adkins and the

    Trace Adkins and the "Like, Share, Change The World" Campaign

    by A-1 Broadcast (1/26/12) 12 views

    The "Like, Share, Change the World" campaign began on November 1, 2011, and will go through February 29, 2012. To date, nearly 40,000 fans have participated in the campaign resulting in nearly $40,000 that has been raised for the two charities. There's room for 60,000 more "likes" by the end of February. BC and Goody's collectively gave $100,000 to the charities in a check presentation at the last Goody's Fast Relief 500. With the response to date from fans, BC and Goody's look forward to raising that amount again for the charities to be presented at this year's race. Fans of BC and Goody's Powders will soon notice new packages on the shelves. For a limited time, you will find Trace Adkins and Wounded Warrior Project (WWP) on select boxes of BC, and Richard Petty and Victory Junction on select boxes of Goody's. With each purchase of these specially-marked boxes of BC or Goody's, made between now and April 1, 2012, fans of Petty and Adkins will have yet another way of giving back to the charities affiliated with each spokesperson and each brand.

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    Trace Adkins and the

    Trace Adkins and the "Like, Share, Change The World" Campaign

    by A-1 Broadcast (1/26/12) 54 views

    The "Like, Share, Change the World" campaign began on November 1, 2011, and will go through February 29, 2012. To date, nearly 40,000 fans have participated in the campaign resulting in nearly $40,000 that has been raised for the two charities. There's room for 60,000 more "likes" by the end of February. BC and Goody's collectively gave $100,000 to the charities in a check presentation at the last Goody's Fast Relief 500. With the response to date from fans, BC and Goody's look forward to raising that amount again for the charities to be presented at this year's race. Fans of BC and Goody's Powders will soon notice new packages on the shelves. For a limited time, you will find Trace Adkins and Wounded Warrior Project (WWP) on select boxes of BC, and Richard Petty and Victory Junction on select boxes of Goody's. With each purchase of these specially-marked boxes of BC or Goody's, made between now and April 1, 2012, fans of Petty and Adkins will have yet another way of giving back to the charities affiliated with each spokesperson and each brand.

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    Feed It Forward: Restaurant.com’s Giving Celebration Spreads Hol 02:51

    Feed It Forward: Restaurant.com’s Giving Celebration Spreads Hol

    by A-1 Broadcast (11/23/11) 18 views

    Restaurant.com today announced its holiday giving program, Feed It Forward, returns for a fourth year to celebrate the gift of giving. Feed It Forward enables participants to give away free $10 Restaurant.com eGift Cards now through Christmas Day. Individuals can give up to 40 gifts per day to family, friends, co-workers, neighbors or anyone who deserves a kind gesture.

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    What's Your Cold Sore I.Q

    What's Your Cold Sore I.Q

    by A-1 Broadcast (11/17/11) 10 views

    Many cold sore sufferers try to tough out cold sores or try home remedies that can possibly make their cold sore even worse. There's a lot to be learned about the pesky cold sore that you may not know. For example, did you know that as temperatures drop and cold-weather-related illnesses rise, the chance of a cold sore being triggered increases? Cold temperatures and illness are just two triggers that can cause cold sore outbreaks. Other triggers include stress, sun exposure, injury to the mouth, and lack of sleep. Stress, which tends to rear its head during the winter months as many people prepare for the holidays, coupled with cold weather can create the perfect storm for a cold sore outbreak as we enter cold and flu season. Find out how FDA-approved Abreva allows you to win a speedy victory against cold sore attacks.

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    Trace Adkins and Richard Petty Ask Fans to 01:24

    Trace Adkins and Richard Petty Ask Fans to "Like"...

    by A-1 Broadcast (11/4/11) 12 views

    Starting in November, fans of BC and Goody's Headache Powders and country music superstar Trace Adkins and racing legend Richard Petty, will have another opportunity to help honor and empower wounded service members as well as children with chronic medical conditions. Utilizing the power of Facebook, fans can go to BC and Goody's Facebook pages to help raise funds for Wounded Warrior Project (WWP) and Victory Junction. For every BC or Goody's page "liked", a $1.00 donation will be made (up to $50,000) to Wounded Warrior Project from BC and to Victory Junction from Goody's.

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    Tweet It Forward: Restaurant.com CEO Gives Away $20,000 02:35

    Tweet It Forward: Restaurant.com CEO Gives Away $20,000

    by A-1 Broadcast (6/17/11) 15 views

    Restaurant.com CEO Cary Chessick gave away $20,000 in cash to 40 random attendees at a social media conference. Chessick's celebration, called TweetItForward, was unveiled during Internet Week New York at the inaugural Likeable U: The Social Media Movement, attended by thought leaders and industry experts. He shared his experiences about the value in the gift of giving before each randomly chosen guest was presented $500. The concept of "pay it forward" is rooted in the idea of helping others without expectation of anything in return, and Chessick's celebration is the social media version. He and his wife donated personal money for the giving effort.

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