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Great Deal on Amrita Energy Bars Awaits Alive with Clive Contest Entrants
For a limited time, five viewers of Alive with Clive each week have the chance to receive a 20% discount with free shipping on a box of 12 nutritious plant-based gluten-free energy bars made from sun-ripened dried fruits by Amrita Health Foods!
By: Alive with Clive
For every week this arrangement is in place, the first five people to watch This Week on Alive with Clive and enter the Contest to win a vast array of other prizes, including a set of four limited-edition Alive with Clive Mugs, a $100 Amazon Gift Card and 12 CDs from four of the top singer-songwriters who’ve been featured on Alive with Clive (Brendan O’Shea, Cassandra Kubinski, Fred Gillen Jr. and Niall Connolly), will receive the 20% discount with free shipping.
“I had the good fortune to meet the Founder of Amrita Health Foods, Arshad Bahl, and personally taste several of the Amrita bars one afternoon at Whole Foods in White Plains,” says Clive Swersky, Host and Producer of Alive with Clive, “and am delighted, thanks to Arshad, to be able to give a few viewers of Alive with Clive the chance to benefit from this opportunity to enjoy these delicious and nutritious Amrita energy bars at a discount!”
Amrita, in Sanskrit, means “nectar of the gods.”
In 2007 Arshad Bahl’s son was diagnosed with autism. In order to get his son on track, Arshad and his wife started their son, Ayaan, on an aggressive gluten-free and dairy-free nutrition program. The nutritional changes helped heal Ayaan’s gastrointestinal issues, allowing for better nutrition absorption, making it easier for him to focus on the other therapies. Now, Ayaan is in a regular classroom doing well academically. Based on his son’s success, Arshad was inspired to create Amrita, a plant-based nutrition company focusing on allergy-friendly bars for active adults and kids. Arshad holds an MBA, with nearly 20 years with Fortune 50 companies in senior roles.
Coincidentally, Cassandra Kubinski, who has been featured on Alive with Clive a record 9 times, recently released a video for her song “Not So Different,” to raise at least $1,000,000 for charities that provide support to children with autism.
Here is the clip of Cassandra’s video for “Not So Different:”
Alive with Clive has also made it possible for charities to raise additional funds through The Alive with Clive Win-Win-Win Charity Sponsorship Program by encouraging their supporters to enter the Alive with Clive Contest every week and receive at least $10 from their corporate sponsor or sponsors for each entry.
The singer-songwriter featured on Alive with Clive this week (and last week too) is Michelle DeAngelis, who is especially revered by her music fans in Westchester, New York, and whose sound reminds listeners of Alicia Keys, Sara Bareilles and Christina Perri. One of the songs performed by Michelle DeAngelis during her 2nd of 2 shows on Alive with Clive is a song called “My Way,” which was inspired not by the world-renowned legendary hit with the same title written in 1968 by Paul Anka and made famous by Frank Sinatra, but by her 8-year old daughter, Lily.
This Week on Alive with Clive can be seen, and entries for the contest to win the 20% discount with free shipping on a box of 12 Amrita bars (as well as the other prizes) can be submitted at, http://alivewithclive.tv/
Opportunities for other corporate sponsors to receive exposure for their products and services and implement cause-related marketing strategies through Alive with Clive are available. Additional information for representatives of corporate sponsors about these opportunities is at http://alivewithclive.tv/