Trade your old multivitamins for a free new bottle in Colorado Springs

October 8, 2013 Updated: October 8, 2013 at 9:20 am
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Vitamins don't go bad but can lose their potency, according to the Mayo Clinic, which recommends expired supplements be tossed. But wait - stay thy hand for a moment. Through Oct. 27, Complete Nutrition will exchange that old bottle of multivitamins - empty or otherwise - for a new bottle of the company's Complete Man or Complete Woman multivitamins, a $29.99 retail value. No purchase is necessary.

With two locations in Colorado Springs (1803 E. Cheyenne Mountain Road; 1645 Briargate Parkway, Suite 231), Complete Nutrition is an upscale nutritional supplement retail franchise that focuses on a holistic approach to health. Visit completenutrition.com for more information.

Trade your old multivitamins for a free new bottle in Colorado Springs

Published: October 8, 2013

Vitamins don't go bad but can lose their potency, according to the Mayo Clinic, which recommends expired supplements be tossed. But wait - stay thy hand for a moment. Through Oct. 27, Complete Nutrition will exchange that old bottle of multivitamins - empty or otherwise - for a new bottle of the...

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