December 1, 2014 — With an offer from ENERGYbits, Chiropractic Economics continues its Sample of the Month program, enabling readers to sign up for free products. Throughout the month of December, chiropractors can receive one single-serving each of ENERGYbits and RECOVERYbits in the mail.
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In the future, Chiropractic Economics looks forward to partnering with a variety of vendors to give readers the opportunity to access high-quality products in a simple and streamlined fashion. After a successful program launch, the magazine expects it to keep gaining traction.
“We thought this was going to be popular, but we didn’t expect such an immediate and positive response,” says Daniel Sosnoski, editor-in-chief of Chiropractic Economics. “This bodes well for our Sample of the Month program.”
About Chiropractic Economics magazine
Founded in 1954, Chiropractic Economics (www.ChiroEco.com) is the leading magazine in the chiropractic industry. TDG, publisher of Chiropractic Economics and MASSAGE (www.MASSAGEmag.com) magazines, offers a wide range of products and services designed to generate qualified sales leads for business in the chiropractic and massage market places.
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