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USANA True Health Foundation Sponsors 777 Project - One Man To Run 7 Marathons In 7 Days On 7 Continents
Date:2/14/2013

SALT LAKE CITY, Feb. 14, 2013 /PRNewswire/ -- One man will prove his love for children in need this Valentine's season by attempting to run seven marathons in seven days on seven continents. USANA True Health Foundation, a USANA Health Sciences' (NYSE: USNA) charity, is proud to support marathon runner, adventure mountain climber and speaker Mike Allsop on his 777 Project, which will benefit the KidsCan nonprofit organization in New Zealand.

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Allsop's adventure will be tracked via GPS. For each leg of the marathon he completes, additional money will be raised for KidsCan. The journey begins Feb. 16 and proceeds as follows:

  • Feb. 16 - Falkland Islands (Antarctic ecozone)
  • Feb. 17 - Santiago, Chile (South America)
  • Feb. 18 - Los Angeles (North America)
  • Feb. 19 - London (Europe)
  • Feb. 20 - Casablanca, Morocco (Africa)
  • Feb. 23 - Hong Kong (Asia)
  • Feb. 24 - Auckland, New Zealand (Oceania)

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