June 28, 2013 — As a major demonstration of support for chiropractic, Dee Cee Laboratories announced the details of a $100,000 donation to the Foundation for Chiropractic Progress (F4CP). The gift will be fulfilled over the next five years, helping the F4CP to accomplish its mission.
When asked what prompted this support for the F4CP, Harry Hester, DC, president and founder of Dee Cee Laboratories said, “We have been following the F4CP’s positive press campaign for several years, and are very impressed with its progress. We probably should have been supporting this effort a long time ago.”
The chairman of the F4CP, speaking on behalf of the foundation, said, “Through the F4CP campaign the entire chiropractic community serves to benefit.” Accepting the contribution, Greenawalt continued: “I sincerely appreciate and applaud companies such as Dee Cee that recognize and stand up in support of the campaign. Collectively under the F4CP, unprecedented levels of exposure and success can be driven to chiropractic care.”
Established in 1962, Dee Cee Laboratories began with a mission to help people achieve a healthier life through quality nutritional products. Today, the organization manufactures hundreds of high-quality dietary supplements using good manufacturing procedures (GMPs) in its own state-of the art manufacturing facility.
In addition to quality-of-life promotion through its products, Dee Cee supports the environment with a 100-percent green operation. Recently, it installed one of the largest solar panel systems in the state of Tennessee.
The donation will help to bridge the gap in public education about chiropractic care by supporting increased production of F4CP campaign material, including press releases, advertisements, print advertorials, public service announcements and sponsored research.
To learn more about the importance of the F4CP and/or how to make a pledge, visit f4cp.com.
Source: Foundation for Chiropractic Progress, f4cp.com