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Luna Awards Vending Machines To Workplace Contest Winners

Posted On: 8/22/2013

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Luna Vending Machine, digital signage EMERYVILLE, CA -- Luna, maker of the popular nutrition bars for women, announced the two winners of the "Feed Your Strength -- At Work!" contest that launched in May.

Yurbuds, a St. Louis-based company that makes high-end earphones and 4Moms, a Pittsburgh-based maker of baby products, will each receive a Luna-branded vending machine filled with complimentary nutritional bars and will have the opportunity to participate in six nutrition consultation sessions led by Luna's nutrition team.

"As a sport brand, we strive to promote a healthy and active lifestyle, in and outside of the office. From everyday runners to avid triathletes, our company is comprised of active individuals," said Seth Burgett, Yurbuds president and chief executive. "The Luna vending machine and nutrition sessions will be a great way to continue to encourage wellness in our workplace."

Luna received hundreds of entries from companies across the U.S. that described their wellness practices. It said it chose Yurbuds and 4Moms as winners because of their "fun and healthy" workplace habits, and authentic desire to further their commitment to nutrition with additional guidance from Luna's team of experts.

"At 4Moms, we treat people like they are our most important asset, because they are," said 4Moms chief executive Rob Daley. "We know health is a big part of the employee happiness puzzle, so we have been actively taking steps to foster a healthy work environment. Gaining LUNA's recognition and help in furthering our healthy workplace is very exciting and rewarding."

Luna's "Feed Your Strength -- At Work!" campaign kicked off earlier this year with a webisode series, "Debunking the Diet" which tackles common diet myths and provides women with nutrition advice.