Therabody partners with ‘RED’ in fight against two pandemics

first_imgTherabody, formerly known as Theragun, has announced a new partnership with ‘RED’, the organization founded in 2006 to fight AIDS.Through a campaign titled ‘RECOVE(RED)’, Therabody is launching a range of ‘(THERABODY)RED’ products. These products will help to raise funds for the Global Fund’s COVID-19 Response and (RED)’s fight to end AIDS in sub-Saharan Africa.For every RED co-branded Theragun purchased, 2% of the purchase price goes directly to the Global Fund’s COVID-19 Response to reduce the threat of COVID-19 in communities and critical HIV/AIDS programs. The (PRODUCT)RED Theragun is available exclusively on Therabody.com as well as select retail locations for purchase.Jennifer Lotito, President & Chief Operating Officer at (RED), said “Therabody products are hugely popular with people around the world, and we are more than delighted to see these wellness products now do double-duty by also fighting pandemics with each and every purchase.“We’re grateful to the team for creating such a striking (RED) range, and excited to get these into people’s hands this fall.”Benjamin Nazarian, Chief Executive Officer at Therabody, said “We are proud and thrilled to be a partner of (RED). Giving back and supporting causes we believe in is rooted in our company’s DNA, and is a key pillar of our culture at Therabody.“As a tech wellness company, Therabody provides solutions that can help everybody live a fuller, healthier lifestyle. With (THERABODY)RED, we are not only supporting everyday needs through our wellness offerings, but we are also creating a unique opportunity for our community to give back through their purchase by providing essential life-saving medicine and access to healthcare to those that are in need.”The (PRODUCT)RED Theragun collection includes:(PRODUCT)RED Theragun PRO – RRP £549(PRODUCT)RED Theragun Elite – RRP £375(PRODUCT)RED Theragun mini – RRP £175In addition to (PRODUCT)RED Theragun, in early 2021 Therabody will also release a (PRODUCT)RED version of its USDA Certified Organic line of CBD products, TheraOne, with 2% of the purchase price going to support (RED)’s operations in the fight to end AIDS.www.therabody.com Relatedlast_img read more

Premier League Round-up: Faisal dumps Oly

first_imgVisiting Kumasi King Faisal made sure tottering Accra Great Olympics stayed put at the bottom of the Onetouch Premier League table with a 3:0 thumping on Sunday.Faisal opened the scores as early as the fifth minute through Samad Oppong before Eric Opoku added to the tally in the 20th minute.Out of sorts Olympics only managed to bundle their chances or found goalkeeper Osei Boateng a real barrier, allowing the visitors to dictate affairs before a rather sparse crowd at the Ohene Djan Stadium.And when Olympics appeared to regroup to redeem themselves after the break, Faisal stunned them with the third goal.At the Obuasi Len Clay Stadium, homesters AshantiGold SC needed a brace by striker Alex Asamoah to ditch unyielding Sekondi Hasaacas by 2:1.Asamoah put his side up first in the 6th minute, however Hasaacas leveled up in the 20th minute through Freddie Quaison to throw the game wide open again. Hasaacas were indeed the more threatening in front of goal, as fans of Ashgold yelled and rained invectives on their players, before Asamoah netted the match winner in the 60th minute to set their hearts at ease.At the Tema Park, Real Sportive pipped visiting Liberty Professionals by 2:1 with goals from Yakubu Issaka and Alhassan Nuhu. Liberty’s lone goal, came from Kofi Nti Boakye.Zaytuna United and Tema Youth also sold out a pulsating game that ended two goals apiece at the El Wak Stadium.At the Berekum Golden City Park, homesters Arsenals pipped visiting Gamba All Blacks by a lone goal courtesy a 69th minute strike by substitute Seidu Abdulai.Kumasi Asante Kotoko play host to Accra Hearts of Oak on Wednesday at the Baba Yara Stadium in an outstanding game. Author: Isaac Yeboahlast_img read more