Megan Jendrick, an Olympic gold medal-winning swimmer, is slated to appear at the Health Enterprises Inc. booth (#7501) at the Private Label Manufacturers Association show on Nov. 15 in Rosemont, Ill.


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Health Enterprises to feature gold medalist at PLMA booth

October 28th, 2010

NORTH ATTLEBORO, Mass. – Megan Jendrick, an Olympic gold medal-winning swimmer, is slated to appear at the Health Enterprises Inc. booth (#7501) at the Private Label Manufacturers Association show on Nov. 15 in Rosemont, Ill.

The health care products company announced in early June that Jendrick, a three-time Olympic medalist and world-record holder, had signed on to endorse its AfterSwim and Swim-Fit ear care products. She recently was featured on the cover of the fall issue of Hearing Health magazine.

"I do swim events for young swimmers and their families all across the country," commented Jendrick, who also holds 27 U.S. swimming records. "I stand behind Health Enterprises' innovative products when talking to parents to promote ear health, which is particularly important to swimmers."

AfterSwim uses an innovative sponge technology to remove trapped water from ears in seconds, unlike drops and special earplugs that take up to 10 minutes, according to Health Enterprises. The company's Swim-Fit ear protection product is a reusable, custom-molded earplug that forms to the contour of the ear within 10 minutes to seal out water.

"We are thrilled to have Megan promote our innovative new products and ear health across the country," stated Brendan Leonard, president of Health Enterprises. "As a role model for children of all ages, her dedication and passion will inspire many to achieve their dreams."

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