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Aviir Sponsors Eco Hideaway 2013 Music Artist Stage At The Chateaux In Park City, Utah To Benefit Heart Disease
Date:2/1/2013

IRVINE, Calif., Feb. 1, 2013 /PRNewswire/ -- Aviir Inc., a biotechnology company, dedicated to the prevention of cardiovascular disease through innovative laboratory tests, sponsored the Eco Hideaway Music Artist Stage at The Chateaux in Park City, Utah, January 19-21 during the Sundance Film Festival. In collaboration with GUARDaHEART Foundation, a non-profit committed to Heart Disease prevention, Aviir's Music Stage included a diverse mix of over 30 musical acts, all in support of GUARDaHEART's SaveThe1 movement, a campaign designed to promote Heart Disease awareness and education.

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GUARDaHEART Foundation teamed up with Aviir Laboratories, to provide on-site blood draws at the Eco Hide-Away. The newly developed MIRISK VP™ test is designed to identify those who are truly at risk of Heart Disease. The easy-to-understand risk score categorizes an individual's risk of experiencing a cardiac event within the next 5 years. The purpose of identifying those who are truly at risk in the earliest stages of Heart Disease is to promote preventative lifestyle modifications, before a heart attack can occur.

The Eco Hide-Away Music Stage featured musicians from all over the US, including: The Voice's Finalist Jared Blake, Maddie Wilson , Natalie Gelman , Cruzmatik, Stolen Rhodes, Amy Weber , BigA, The Command Sisters, Erick Macek , Duwende, My Cousin the Emperor, Pablo Blaqk, The Almighty Grind, Bon Vivant, VanLadyLove, Burning Slow, Johnny Kaplan & The Lazy Stars, members of the Foo Fighters and Wallflowers with Darryl Hannah , A
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