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Provide® Nutrition Partners With Sales Expert MedPro Associates

- Partnership will add 28 sales professionals to Provide Nutrition's existing sales efforts -

SALT LAKE CITY, Feb. 3, 2014 /PRNewswire/ -- Provide® Nutrition (, a leader in medical nutrition products announced today a partnership with MedPro Associates, one of the healthcare industry's largest national independent sales organizations. 


The partnership will add 28 sales professionals to Provide® Nutrition's existing sales force while helping to expand the company's reach in the healthcare industry. 

"We're excited to partner with MedPro and know that their expertise and experience in the healthcare industry will play a significant role in our continued growth," said Brad Andrews, Founder and CEO of Provide® Nutrition.  "We're constantly finding new ways and different applications where our products have benefited the sick and afflicted, the elderly and even athletes and we know that there are many more benefits to be discovered.  MedPro will play a critical role in making sure that more people have access to the benefits our products provide."

Provide® Nutrition manufactures and markets medical nutrition products, specifically for hospitals, nursing homes, home care companies and physician offices in the United States and internationally.  Its leading product, Provide Gold™ is a proprietary liquid protein that is formulated to assimilate into the body quickly. This delivers the protein necessary to help maintain a healthy weight, get the proper nutrition to help fight disease, sickness and aid in wound recovery, healing and recovery time after a workout.

"Provide Gold™ is used extensively by healthcare professionals because it starts working at the cellular level to increase strength, prolong endurance, and accelerate recovery," said Arben Adams, Vice President with MedPro.  "Our experience and relationships in the healthcare market will help us successfully integrate Provide® Gold with quality healthcare professionals seeking to provide their patients with products that taste better, provide more energy and assist in the healing process."

MedPro Associates is a national independent representation firm specializing in the healthcare industry. MedPro represents leading manufacturers who sell their products through the distribution channel and market into the physician, long-term care and hospital markets. MedPro's team of highly qualified, professional field sales representatives provides national coverage and specializes in both medical equipment and disposable devices. 

For more information about Provide® Nutrition and this partnership please visit More Information about MedPro can be found by visiting their website at

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Twitter: @ProvideGold

About Provide Nutrition:
Provide® Nutrition is a manufacturer and marketer of medical nutrition products. Provide® Nutrition's customers include hospitals, nursing homes, home care companies and physician offices in the US and five foreign countries. Its leading liquid protein product, Provide Gold™, has been recognized for its success and benefits in the professional healthcare market as well as by professional athletes on over 30 professional teams in all sports categories. Find out more at:

Press Contacts:
Brad Andrews
Provide Nutrition
[email protected]
(801) 546-3399

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