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July 18, 2013
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dynamicchiropractic.com >> Vitamins / Supplements

Dee Cee Labs Pledges $100,000 to Foundation for Chiropractic Progress

The Foundation for Chiropractic Progress (F4CP) is pleased to announce that Dee Cee® Laboratories, Inc., a national and multi-national dietary supplement company, has pledged a generous $100,000 in support of the campaign, to be fulfilled over the next five years.

This donation will help to bridge the gap in public education about chiropractic care by supporting increased production of F4CP campaign material, including press releases, advertisements, print advertorials, public service announcements and sponsored research.

"Through the F4CP campaign, the entire chiropractic community serves to benefit," stated Kent S. Greenawalt, chairman, F4CP. "I sincerely appreciate and applaud companies, such as Dee Cee, that recognize and stand up in support of the campaign. Collectively under the F4CP, unprecedented levels of exposure and success can be driven to chiropractic care."

When asked what prompted the support of the F4CP, Harry Hester, DC, president, Dee Cee Labs, shared, "We have been following the F4CP positive press campaign for several years, and are very impressed with its progress. We probably should have been supporting this effort a long time ago."

To learn more about the importance of the F4CP and/or how to make a pledge, click here.

Source: Foundation for Chiropractic Progress

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