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May 2012
Shape;May2012, Vol. 31 Issue 9, p10
The article offers information on several sales promotion and rewards related to natural health for May 2012 at shape.com. One asks readers to vote at shape.com/beautyawards on their best hair, skin and makeups buys of 2011 and get a chance to win the Kipling Yubin 55 suitcase. The other offers the chance to win the ProForm 1200 E elliptical. Another one suggests shape.com/legs for readers trying to workout.


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