Hawaiian Tropic starts search for new spokeswoman
SHELTON, Conn. — Hawaiian Tropic has retired its Miss Hawaiian Tropic Bikini Contests and is looking for a woman who will serve as the "new face" of the brand, which is owned by Energizer Personal Care, a division of Energizer Holdings.
The brand, which has introduced new formulas and packaging, is launching the contest through Facebook, and the winner will become its new spokeswoman. The contest takes place from May 6 through May 31.
"The modern Hawaiian Tropic woman still loves to spend time in the sun, but also understands the importance of skin care in helping to keep her skin healthy," Hawaiian Tropic brand manager Danielle Duncan said. "We’re looking for a new face of the brand who captures that sensibility and shares the Hawaiian Tropic philosophy that broad-spectrum sun protection can be as luxurious and pampering as any other beauty product."
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Inergetics to distribute brands through Hy-Vee
NEWARK, N.J. — Inergetics will distribute its Bikini Ready Weight Loss Lifestyle and SlimTrim diet brands through a Midwestern supermarket-pharmacy chain, the company said Tuesday.
Inergetics said the products had gained initial distribution with Hy-Vee, based in West Des Moines, Iowa.
The company said it hoped to increase distribution with Hy-Vee in the near term.
Cardinal Health offers grants to prescription drug-abuse programs
DUBLIN, Ohio — Cardinal Health’s philanthropic division is offering grants to organizations for programs to prevent abuse and misuse of prescription drugs.
The Cardinal Health Foundation said it was inviting non-profits in 18 locations around the country, as well as Puerto Rico, to apply for grant funding. The announcement marks the fourth year of the foundation’s Prescription Drug Abuse and Misuse Prevention Grant Program.
The grant program will support initiatives that increase awareness of and willingness to openly discuss prescription drug abuse, increase knowledge about how to properly dispose of prescription drugs and increase knowledge about how to reduce unlawful access to them.
Grants ranging from $5,000 to $15,000 will be given to non-profits in Albuquerque, N.M.; Atlanta; central Ohio; Delaware; Denver; El Paso, Texas; Hudson, Wis.; Lakeland and Tampa, Fla.; LaVergne, Tenn.; Little Rock, Ark.; Syracuse, N.Y., and northeast Queens in New York City; northern Chicago; Radcliff, Ky.; Seattle; St. Louis; Wheeling, W.Va.; and Puerto Rico.