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Rolling Strong develops new program for driver health and wellness

Rolling Strong has introduced a new wellness card for professional drivers, fleets and owner/operators, designed to help mobile workers achieve a healthy lifestyle.


Rolling Strong has introduced a new wellness card for professional drivers, fleets and owner/operators, designed to help mobile workers achieve a healthy lifestyle.

“We understand the unique needs of the transportation industry and created our wellness program with new card technology that supports the mobile population,” shared Bob Perry, founder of Rolling Strong. “Our goal is to bring drivers the latest in health, wellness, and nutritional tools available to support their personal health on the road and at home. Our most important goal is to keep drivers safe and well on the road and get them home safely to their families.”

The new wellness card can be accessed at www.rollingstrong.com. The Driver Wellness Program is designed for drivers for where they work and live – on the road, the company says. The program was developed with the input of thousands of professional drivers.

Using the new silver card program, fleets can provide a complete menu of wellness services starting for less than US$59/year, the company says.

Services include: access to more than 1,100 truck-friendly pharmacies throughout the US; unlimited phone health and wellness coaching; driver fitness programs; a 10% discount on Rolling Strong branded nutritional products; $1-off coupons at Pilot Flying J’s Subway locations when ordering healthy subs; unlimited access to health check stations at Kroger locations in the US; a grocery shopping list; and a driver’s handbook with nutritional content for meals at more than 3,000 restaurants.

A gold card membership includes a pedometer to track miles and calories and earn free rewards.


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