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Discussion: Huntsman games TV commercial

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March 1, 2009
oexrex
1 posts
Huntsman games TV commercial
I saw a pain reliever commercial with a softball player interviewed during the Huntsman game competition. anyone know the sponser? (pain reliever)
March 1, 2009
BruceinGa
Men's 60
2617 posts
Aleve, I believe.
March 1, 2009
4x4
Men's 65
592 posts
Aleve it is and I have to agree with him. It works for me. I don't recognize the player though. There is also one featuring a basketball player. It's good to see the vitality side of our age group being touted.
March 2, 2009
lazer larry
Men's 50
96 posts
Aleve, don't leave home with out it.
March 2, 2009
DMac
Men's 60
185 posts
"vitality of our age"? That guy was so slow it was embarassing.
March 2, 2009
AlleninGa
Men's 60
113 posts
Aleve definitely helps..... I like the commercial and relate to what he says.

As for his speed.....There are slow runners in all age groups.
March 2, 2009
GQ
16 posts
As a point of reference, My name is George Quiggle, and I've been an outfielder for the Shawn Montee 50+ team out of Post Falls, ID (now ranked AAA). Back in 1978, as a pharmaceutical rep, I helped launch the parent drug to "Aleve", called "Naprosyn" (Naproxen) onto the market. Naproxen Sodium, now called "Aleve", disolved in less time than Naproxen (20 minutes). It was the best non-steroidal, ant-inflammatory (NSAID) on the market back then, and it's probably still the best. If youve taken Naprosyn then or now, you're getting the same active ingredient. There are some precautions, and you should definitely read the "patient package insert" before taking it. The only other "unique" product available back then was used primarily for tenditis or bursitis. You rubbed it on the skin, and then tasted it seconds later. That product is called dymethylsulphoxide (DMSO), but that's another thread. Hope to see many of you at tournaments again this summer.
March 2, 2009
4x4
Men's 65
592 posts
DMAC - Vitality 1- Power to live 2- power to endure 3- mental or physical vigor

Represented well in the commercial.....
March 2, 2009
mad dog
Men's 60
3930 posts
GQ-i have used naprosyn yrs ago for tennis elbow(tenditis)good stuff.have also used DMSO,used mostly for sprains and such.
the aleve commercials were done at the huntman games in st george,ut this past oct.a buddy and myself were walking thru the convention building and they were asking people to go on film,my buddy i did not.so far my buddy hasn't shown up on any commercials.
March 2, 2009
BruceinGa
Men's 60
2617 posts
I have used Naproxen 500mg for the past 6 years. Origionaly it was for bursitis but now I use it for lower back pain. It's great!
March 2, 2009
DMac
Men's 60
185 posts
Just as well Bobby. As they say, you have a face made for radio :)
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