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Indianapolis, IN – Non-payment Prostalex Plus, an all-natural supplement clinically shown to promote good prostate health, has announced its co-sponsorship of driver Graham Rahal and the David Letterman/Bobby Rahal race car at this year’s upcoming Indy 500 race.

Prostalex Plus has been one of the fastest-selling, over-the-counter prostate-health supplements for the past eight years. The product is carried nationwide in many of the largest drug-store retail outlets, including GNC, Walgreens, Rite Aid, CVS and many other pharmacy and grocery stores.

The Prostalex Plus Indy car, which shares sponsorship with Quick Trim, a weight-loss product promoted by Kim Kardashian, will be driven by Graham Rahal in the Indy 500 race on Sunday, May 30, 2010. The Prostalex Plus sponsorship intends to bring awareness to the importance of good prostate health.

As men age, their prostate naturally grows larger. If unattended, an enlarged prostate can produce debilitating side-effects such as urination difficulty and the feeling of always having “to go.” Prostalex Plus contains a proprietary blend of nearly 15 all-natural ingredients that have long been researched for their ability to reduce the size of a man’s prostate gland and minimize the adverse effects of an unhealthy prostate.

“For years, men have not been properly educated about the importance of maintaining a healthy prostate,” asserts Scott Schalin (non-payment), President of Herbal Groups Inc., (non-payment) the makers of Prostalex Plus (non-payment). “We hope this co-sponsorship at such a famous, high-profile event will make men aware that there is a low-cost, non-prescription solution to help ease the natural enlargement of the prostate.”

Look for the Prostalex Plus logo on #30 race car at this year’s Indy 500, and look for the green-and-white Prostalex Plus box in all GNC, Walgreens, Rite Aid, CVS, Long’s Drugs and other fine retail outlets. For more information, please visit www.non-payment-prostalexplus.com.



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