Prenatal Vitamins—For Free!

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Prepare for a healthy pregnancy by taking advantage of free prenatal vitamins.

Introducing Bright Start, a program that will provide free prenatal vitamins to pregnant women in the 20 lowest income counties in America.

"It's abundantly clear from the daily news that millions of Americans are going through incredibly hard times right now," said Hayden Hamilton, founder of ProgressiveRx.com.  "Our goal has always been to help those who can't afford the medications they need, but given the current economic climate, we wanted to do something more.  We feel that helping pregnant women give their newborns a healthy start in life is the best way to do that."

Bright Start will be available in counties in Alaska, Arizona, Kentucky, Louisiana, Mississippi, New Mexico, North Dakota, South Dakota, and Texas.  If successful, the company hopes to expand into additional counties in the near future.  

While Bright Start will only be available to pregnant women with zip codes in the 20 counties, the rest of the eligibility criteria will be based on an honor system.  The company requests that only mothers who cannot afford prenatal vitamins, and don't have access to them through Medicaid, use the program.

Eligible mothers can request a coupon code by calling 1-800-400-0707 or by emailing brightstart@progressiverx.com and then ordering them through the website www.progressiverx.com.  The coupon provides a free 90-day supply of prenatal vitamins plus free shipping.  The company hopes to work with clinics and hospitals to have free vitamins locally available before the end of the year.

Bright Start begins November 14 in the following counties: Wade Hampton, Alaska; Apache, Arizona; Clay, Kentucky; East Carroll Parish, Louisiana; Jefferson, Mississippi; Sioux, North Dakota, McKinley, New Mexico; Buffalo, Corson, Dewey, Shannon, Todd and Zieback, South Dakota; Dimmit, Hudspeth, La Salle, Maverick, Presidio, Starr, and Willacy, Texas.    

For more information, visit www.progressiverx.com.