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Stuller Commits to Promoting Health and Wellness in Louisiana

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The company was designated as a top-level WellSpot.

(Press Release) LAFAYETTE, LA – Stuller announced that it has been named a level one WellSpot by Well-Ahead Louisiana, an initiative started by the Louisiana Department of Health.

“Well-Ahead Louisiana works to recognize places and organizations that have implemented voluntary smart changes to make living a healthier life easier for their associates,” said Jennifer East, vice president of human resources. “For the last four years we have taken several steps to meet all of the required benchmarks to receive this recognition.”

Some of the Well-Ahead benchmarks include:

  • A tobacco-free campus.
  • Designated breastfeeding areas.
  • Employee wellness and fitness.
  • Consistent, easily accessed healthy food offerings.

“Improving our well-being here at Stuller is really important to us,” said Founder and Chairman Matt Stuller. “We spend a considerable amount of time with one another at work, so we’re in a prime position to motivate and inspire each other to make better choices.”

To learn more about Well-Ahead Louisiana, visit www.wellaheadla.com.

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