Harris Teeter launched its FREE yourwellness for life program on January 1, 2008. The program has been a huge hit with shoppers! Within two weeks of the launch, Harris Teeter made an unplanned second order of brochures to ensure everyone who wanted to participate in the program would have a chance.
“We actually thought our initial order would last us until the end of February, and are ecstatic to have to place a second order. Like we did with Harris Teeter associates, we want to give Harris Teeter shoppers an opportunity to tell their success stories and motivate others,” said Russell Greenfield, M.D.
It isn’t too late to start the Harris Teeter yourwellness for life program and win a chance to be featured in a Harris Teeter commercial or on harristeeter.com. Shoppers can download the 15-week point tracker, 7-Day Meal Plan, and the free yourwellness for life brochure at harristeeter.com.
Submissions must include a before and after picture, and written overview of the participant’s successes while following the program. The contest is ongoing, and Harris Teeter will begin reviewing candidates entries on April 21, 2008.
Harris Teeter realizes that its shoppers live busy lives and wanted to offer them a free program that would make it easy for them to focus on their wellness. The yourwellnes for life program is a life enhancement program, not simply a weight management program, though aspects of it can be used to help achieve and maintain a healthy body weight.
The guidebook takes participants through a 15-week program designed to optimize health and wellbeing by offering nutrition information, stress management techniques, menu planning, recipes, a walking program, and so much more. Every day, participants will be able to earn up to 16 points by living their lives a little healthier.
Harris Teeter is committed to providing its customers with the best shopping experience possible. The yourwellness for life program is just another way to show shoppers that we care. This program is for informational purposes and should not be considered medical advice. Harris Teeter would like to encourage its shoppers to check with their doctor before making significant lifestyle changes.