Las Vegas, NV (PRWEB) June 14, 2012
truDerma proudly sponsors Nevada PGA player Scott Smith in his U.S. Open debut. Nevada-born Smith will make his first U.S. Open appearance at the 112th U.S. Open, June 11-17, 2012. Smith hails from Fallon, Nevada and currently resides in Las Vegas. He is a graduate of the University of Nevada. Smith played with the Wolf Pack for four years, making two NCAA regional appearances before making his professional debut at the Reno-Tahoe Open. Smith is a young, talented golfer who at 24 has a long and successful, professional career ahead of him.
“We are extremely proud to sponsor Scott in his first U.S. Open. It is important for local companies to support and sponsor local athletes. As a local, thriving company it is our responsibility to build community spirit and to support the next generation. truDerma creates products that promote a healthy life style and promote health over all. When the opportunity to sponsor Scott was presented we did not think twice about it,” said Michael Gardineer, CEO of truDERMA. “Scott is the epitome of someone who embraces health and living a healthy life style. The opportunity to display the truDerma logo on his golf bag and hat thrills us to no end.”
Based in Las Vegas, Nev., truDERMA is a company focused on solving specific problems rather than being just another ‘me too’ company. The company researches the best formulations, ingredients, trends and suppliers to help customers reach their personal goals. In particular, the company helps men and women reach their weight loss goals. The company also makes Cylodyn, DermaSLIM, truTRIM, Adrenal Support and truHCG Hormone Free in addition to Mangodrin and Mangodrin SF. The management team and staff of truDERMA are passionate about healthy living and helping others achieve life-changing goals. The company stands by its products and provides a 100 percent money-back guarantee for product satisfaction to consumers. Readers who would like more information about truDERMA’s should visit http://www.truderma.com
About the USGA
The foundation of the United States Golf Association on Dec. 22, 1894 marked the formal organization of American golf, establishing a centralized body to write rules, conduct national championships and establish a national system of handicapping. The USGA also plays a prominent role as the game's historian in the United States, collecting, displaying and preserving artifacts and memorabilia at its Museum and Archives in Far Hills, N.J.
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EDITOR’S NOTE: To speak with truDERMA’s CEO, Michael Gardineer, or for more information about Mangodrin, please contact Nancy Trent or Pam Wadler at 212-966-0024 or at pam(at)trentandcompany(dot)com.