NEWPORT BEACH, Calif.--(BUSINESS WIRE)--Vestiage™, Inc. (“VEST”), the “Healthy-Aging” Company, launched a “Thank You” Campaign, which included the opportunity to win TREK Mountain Bikes. The contest was open to thousands of customers of the RegiMEN direct response channel, both past and present.
CEO Scott Kimball sent a personal email message to past and present customers of RegiMEN. Customers who have been a part of the RegiMEN community for five months consistently received a personal thank you from Kimball, and a complimentary bottle of the Brand’s Vitamin and Mineral product, while those customers who are no longer active in the continuity program received Kimball’s personal message of thanks. All emails included a coupon code for 50% off a RegiMEN product along with the TREK mountain bike contest rules and regulations. Each person who redeemed the special 50% off coupon code by midnight on June 30th was then entered into the drawing for a TREK Mountain Bike.
The contest drawing took place on Tuesday, July 1st. All customers who purchased using the special coupon code had their names put into a hat. Two names were randomly chosen as the winners of the bikes. The lucky winners were Tyrone D. from Louisville, KY and Mark K. from Taylor Ridge, IL. They will receive a voucher from RegiMEN which they then take to their local TREK Bike dealer and return home with a brand new mountain bike.
“It was the right thing to do,” said CEO Kimball. “RegiMEN customers are a loyal band. They show us some love and it’s only right that we thank them and show them appreciation right back. We also help guys that want to be more active actually become more active. We have great products, but without our loyal customer base, we’re nothing. This is just step one in our multi-faceted plan to keep reminding our customers how very much they are appreciated. Further, TREK and RegiMEN have a lot in common. We like what TREK stands for, what they are doing not just for their customers but for the environment as well,” he added.
Vestiage™ (stock symbol "VEST") is a publicly traded healthy aging company. The Company offers premium branded science-based nutraceuticals to a premium consumer base through multiple channels. The Company is a sales, marketing, and distribution company specializing in bringing science-based products to the healthy aging consumer. The Company utilizes key partners to integrate production, fulfilment, customer service, advertising, sales, media, marketing, distribution, new product development and acquisitions. Vestiage is focused on the use of the best ingredients from the ocean and earth, including cutting edge, patented, clinically proven ingredients to produce highly potent, and elegantly formulated products. Using potency and novel ingredient combinations, Vestiage™ creates and distributes nutraceuticals such as RegiMEN for men (www.BuyRegimen.com) and the multifunctional Monterey Bay Nutraceuticals line for women. (www.MontereyBayNutra.com) .Vestiage™ brands address the top “in demand” healthy aging concerns of men and women. Vestiage™ research is focused on extending the active period of a human life covering both the cognitive and physical realms. To learn more, visit the Company website, www.vestiageinc.com.
As with many small, fast growing companies, our growth is highly dependent upon adequate funding for inventory, media, general overhead, professional fee’s, technology, salaries and other expenses related to the business. Should we be unable in the future to obtain appropriate funding to pay for our expenses and media at current levels, our growth, and our financial stability, may be severely negatively impacted. The agreement with Media Funding Group (MFG) and the spending on media the Company contemplates from MFG is a key component and assumption underlying the expectations of management as to the growth of the Company in the future. If for any reason MFG does not buy media as expected, the Company would likely be materially negatively impacted.
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