Wellbeing Lifestyles to Donate Portion of Profits to Katrina Victims

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Wellbeing Lifestyles, a leading provider of online wellness programs will donate 15% of profits from September and October sales to the American Red Cross Hurricane Katrina Relief fund.

During the months of September and October, Wellbeing Lifestyles will donate 15 percent of the profits from sales of their innovative on-line Stress Reduction & Personal Renewal Program™ to the American Red Cross Hurricane Katrina Relief fund.

“Our business is promoting wellness and a healthy lifestyle,” says Troy Rampy, President of Wellbeing Lifestyles. “As such, we feel a responsibility to do our share in helping the victims of Hurricane Katrina meet their basic survival needs.”

Mr. Rampy adds that between now and the end of the year Wellbeing Lifestyles will also offer their Stress Reduction & Personal Renewal™ program at a significant discount to organizations involved in the rescue and support efforts, as well as to stress management professionals.

“Both the displaced victims of the hurricane and those who've experienced first-hand the devastation it caused will be dealing with this tragedy long after the initial rescue operation is completed. Our program is designed to help individuals successfully manage and eliminate the stressors in their lives that can cause serious health problems down the road.”

Organizations and stress management professionals are encouraged to contact Wellbeing Lifestyles at 1-800-474-4668 or 1-530-478-1100, to learn more about the program and the discounts available.

Wellbeing Lifestyles, based in Grass Valley, California, is a division of International Learning Center, Inc., multi-media training specialists since 1983. ILC has been featured in USA Today and is the founder of the Sacramento Wellbeing Festival, featuring well-known authors, speakers and entertainers, and supported by over two dozen corporate and non-profit sponsors.

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