Health care heroes are working on the front lines of the coronavirus pandemic to keep everyone safe and healthy, and LuckyVitamin wants to help take care of them in return. For a limited time, LuckyVitamin is offering a free six-month LV+ membership to doctors, nurses and health care professionals for every new standard member who joins LV+.
LuckyVitamin, a global e-commerce specialty retailer and manufacturer of natural health and wellness products headquartered in the suburbs of Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, is on a mission to make healthy living easier and more affordable for everyone, especially frontline health care workers during this challenging time. Active health care workers or professionals—doctors, nurses, hospital workers and EMTs—are encouraged to apply.
Everyone can help support our health care heroes. Standard memberships cost $49 per year and come with a 30-day free trial. Each new membership purchased will help by contributing more free memberships LuckyVitamin will give to health care workers.
Along with stackable 10% savings on everything, LV+ members receive several benefits:
- Free shipping on orders over $25.
- Personal certified wellness consultant.
- Exclusive LV+ samples and gifts.
- LV+ community forum and members-only content.
- Early access to sales and events.
"We know health care workers are extremely busy right now and may not have the time or resources to focus on their own health while caring for others in need. We are extremely grateful for our health care professionals, especially during this difficult time, and want to help them stay healthy on the frontline," said Sam Wolf, LuckyVitamin's founder and chief wellness spreader. "We wanted to do our part to help alongside our customer base by offering health care workers a free LV+ membership for every membership sold.
"Together with our customers, we hope to provide some extra convenience so these essential heroes can keep their health-conscious routines on track while doing their vital work to help others get healthy too," he added.
LuckyVitamin has found that many health care professionals already shop with the company because they are interested in maintaining a healthy lifestyle.
"LuckyVitamin is seeing increased demand in key categories like immune-boosting supplements, stress support, disinfecting and household cleaning, nutritious food, snacks and more, which are especially relevant to health care workers looking to support a healthy home and ensure their body has the vital nutrients to boost their immunity and stay well," Wolf said. "We want to help make frontline health care workers' lives a little less stressful by saving them and their family some money, simplifying their shopping experience and ensuring they have the right nutritional support to keep them healthy and performing at their peak so they can focus on what matters most-their continued health and the health of others during this challenging time."