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Barnes & Noble releases Nook GlowLight in U.K.

BY Dan Berthiaume

London – Nook Media LLC, a subsidiary of Barnes & Noble Inc., has launched its new Nook GlowLight e-reader in the U.K. The new Nook GlowLight features perfectly-lit pages, sharper text and advanced display technology, and can hold up to 2,000 books.

The Nook GlowLight will be available starting Aug. 6 at Argos, Asda, Blackwells, Foyles, John Lewis, Sainsburys and Very.

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The Amazing Body Store launches e-commerce/advisory site

BY Dan Berthiaume

Denver – The Amazing Body Store is launching an e-commerce site that includes the free services of trained wellness advisors who work directly with customers to determine the right supplements to accomplish their individual fitness goals. Advisors are specially trained to help customers develop a customized fitness routine, lose weight or gain muscle mass.

The Amazing Body Store backs all of their products up with a 100-day/100% satisfaction guarantee and offers free domestic shipping on all orders.

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Vitamin Shoppe appoints CPG vet to board

BY Dan Berthiaume

North Bergen, N.J. – John Bowlin has been appointed to the board of directors of Vitamin Shoppe Inc., effective Oct. 1. Bowlin currently serves as a director of Generac Power Systems Inc. and the Schwann Food Company.

Prior to his current role, Bowlin most recently held the position of president and CEO of Miller Brewing Company. Throughout his career, Bowlin has served in senior leadership roles at Philip Morris Companies Inc., Kraft Foods Company, Oscar Mayer Food Corp. and General Foods Corp.

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