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Rolling Strong Partners With American Association of Owner Operators (AAOO) to Provide Wellness Benefits

LAS VEGAS, NV -- (Marketwired) -- 08/27/14 -- Rolling Strong, the transportation industry's most comprehensive wellness program, is pleased to announce their partnership with the American Association of Owner Operators (AAOO), an online nationwide trade association for professional truckers comprised of small business owner operators who share a common purpose: to aid, counsel and assist their fellow members to preserve and build their businesses.

"We are excited to be able to share our wellness program with AAOO members, providing them with the latest in mobile wellness solutions," shared Bob Perry, founder and president of Rolling Strong and also known as The Trucker Trainer™. "Working with AAOO we will be able to reach more drivers and help them get on the road to better health and home safely to their families."

As part of the agreement, AAOO members and prospective members will have the opportunity to take advantage of the Rolling Strong wellness program, receiving wellness benefits included in their existing AAOO membership fee.

"We look forward to working with Rolling Strong and their network of wellness service partners to enhance our membership with the most important benefit of all, improving one's health," said David Huff, CEO of American Association of Owner Operators. "Together, we can help drivers and their families have a better quality of life beyond the business of trucking, impacting their life, not just their livelihood."

AAOO members will be able to access their wellness tools using the latest in mobile technology via their smart phones and a customized web portal to help them easily navigate their program benefits.

AAOO Member Wellness Benefits Include:

  • Monthly biometric screenings; access to over 1,200 available sites nationally, including CVS, Kroger, Concentra
  • Unlimited telephonic health coaching, Monday-Friday 9-9 PT
  • Member access to health check stations located at over 3,500 locations nationwide to monitor blood pressure, weight, body mass index, heart rate, vision and hydration levels
  • Healthy eating menus
  • $1.00 off coupons on healthy sandwiches at Pilot Flying J Subway Restaurants nationally
  • Workout Charts; On the Road Workouts; Trucker Tips
  • Shopping list to stock a cab healthy and fueled for the long haul
  • Health and Fitness Handbook
  • Video on how to shop for healthy items at travel centers
  • Nutritional guide to over 3,000 restaurants

Additionally, AAOO members will be able to receive biometric screening and wellness coaching at any of the Rolling Strong Wellness Tour Stops.

About American Association of Owner Operators (AAOO)
American Association of Owner Operators (AAOO) is an online nationwide trade association for professional truckers dedicated to improving the trucking industry that is comprised of small business owner operators who share a common purpose: to aid, counsel and assist their fellow members to preserve and build their businesses.

Members receive a network of professional providers in health management, business education and risk management. With the goal of improving the quality of life and success of the professional trucker, additional essential resources are available for assisting in Business Knowledge and Development including discounts for insurance and other valuable products. Visit http://www.aaofoo.com/ or call 855-457-4470 for information regarding membership enrollment.

About Rolling Strong

Rolling Strong™ is the leader in driver wellness providing the most comprehensive wellness program that is driver-designed and delivered to drivers where they work and live, on the road. Rolling Strong is on a mission to educate drivers and share life-changing products and services to help them while on the road. Rolling Strong provides transportation companies and their drivers as well as owner operators with these tools to manage their personal health. Drivers finally have access to a wellness program that makes sense for them. The driver wellness program includes telephonic health coaching, a national network of CDL trained wellness coaches, access to a national network of over 1,200 pharmacies for bio screenings, access to over 3,500 health check stations, so drivers can take a peak under their own personal hood, discounted DOT exams, fitness programs in their cabs, and nutritional support at over 3,000 fast food restaurants. Visit www.rollingstrong.com or connect with us on Facebook at www.facebook.com/rollingstrong or Twitter at www.twitter.com/truckertrainer.

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