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[January 21, 2013]

Amway Unveils Nutrilite Kids Multipops with Video Contest

Jan 21, 2013 (Close-Up Media via COMTEX) -- Nutrilite, a vitamin and dietary supplement brand, announced that its new children's vitamin Nutrilite Kids Multipops Multivitamin.

The daily sugar-free multivitamin features grape-flavored crystals that pop and fizz in your mouth and contains natural ingredients void of artificial colors, flavors or preservatives. Its unexpected combination of flavor and fun will spark amusing responses by children that can lead to more than $50,000 in prizes as winners of the "Multipops Video Contest." In a release, the company noted event details: Hosted by Nutrilite exclusively from Amway, the video contest calls on parents and/or guardians to capture and share their child's first-time trial of the product for a chance to reap the rewards. Children must be ages four or older.

Selected by an online popular vote, the top 10 videos will each win a $5,000 savings bond and one-year supply of Nutrilite Kids Multipops Multivitamin. One grand prize winner will also receive an all-expense paid trip for a family of four to Walt Disney World.

Contestants may upload their videos to MultiPopsReactions.com from December 10, to March 11, 2013. No purchase is necessary. Official contest rules are available at facebook.com/NutriliteUS.

Nutrilite Kids Multipops Multivitamin is a fun way to ensure children receive the proper nutrients daily. Each pouch: -provides 18 essential vitamins and minerals, with many at 100 percent or more of the recommended daily value for children ages four and above -is sugar free and naturally sweetened with Stevia -includes natural fruit concentrates from guava, papaya, passion fruit and pineapple and is free of artificial colors, flavors or preservatives "It's important to include a daily multivitamin as part of a healthy routine for your child's development. But, it can be a challenge for kids to take their vitamins consistently," said Amway North America VP of Marketing Jori Hartwig. "Multipops will help get them excited about taking vitamins every day. It's fun, great tasting and good for them, too." Amway is a direct selling business.

More Information: amway.com/nutrilite ((Comments on this story may be sent to newsdesk@closeupmedia.com))

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