Join National Magazines in Celebrating HerbDay

Event adds healthy pubs to GNC, Vitamin World sponsorship

SILVER SPRING, MARYLAND July 2, 2008 The HerbDay Coalition invites manufacturers and retailers to take advantage of marketing opportunities with national consumer magazines by joining GNC and Vitamin World as sponsors of HerbDay.

“Since Herb Day began in 2006, Taste for Life (the leading in-store consumer magazine on natural health) has supported this event with its editorial and by promoting HerbDay in the 1300-plus stores that receive our magazine,” says Associate Publisher/Editor in Chief Roon Frost. “Once again, Taste for Life and its sister publication, Remedies, will dedicate several articles to educating consumers on the importance of herbs and herbal medicines.”

“Herb Day provides an ideal opportunity to raise public awareness about herbs and the natural world,” says The Herb Companion editor Vicki Mattern. “By collaborating with other organizations, we can reach more people, more effectively, helping them discover the many ways herbs can enrich and enhance our lives.”

The Herb Companion, Taste for Life and Remedies are offering special advertising opportunities for sponsors of HerbDay 2008.

For more details on sponsorship participation, please contact:

Taste for Life and Remedies: 603-924-7271 x 158 or [email protected]

The Herb Companion: 800-678-5779 or [email protected]
Contact Gayle Engels to become an HerbDay sponsor - 503-746-5867

HerbDay is an annual public educational event celebrating the importance of herbs and herbalism through harmonized, independently planned activities that will occur on October 11, 2008, and/or during the days leading up to and following that date. The HerbDay Coalition is comprised of five national nonprofit organizations: American Botanical Council (ABC), American Herbalists Guild (AHG), American Herbal Pharmacopoeia (AHP), American Herbal Products Association (AHPA) and United Plant Savers (UpS). Website:

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