Scranton, Pennsylvania May 12, 2023 (Issuewire.com) – BYS Wellness is pleased to announce the addition of NBA veteran Taj Gibson of the Washington Wizards to our team. Gibson, a power forward with over a decade of experience in the league, has joined BYS Wellness as a brand ambassador and partner.
As a professional player who values the importance of maintaining a healthy lifestyle, Taj Gibson is excited to work with BYS Wellness promoting holistic wellness and encouraging individuals to take control of their health.
“I’m thrilled to join BYS Wellness and be a part of a team that is dedicated to helping people achieve their wellness goals,” said Gibson. “As an NBA player, I’m always looking for the most cutting-edge supplements to keep my body at its peak performance. When BYS was introduced to me the first thing I noticed was that it is all-natural, with no sugar, and made with the best ingredients. So, I gave it a shot and I scored. I like the product so much, I decided to invest in the company.”
BYS Wellness, a dietary supplement based on Eastern herbology, can offer full recovery from a hangover. It is a perfect solution for party lovers, bar patrons, and occasional drinkers who are looking forward to enjoying the night without missing the next day due to a hangover. With Taj Gibson as a brand ambassador, BYS Wellness aims to inspire and educate individuals on the importance of self-care and living a balanced life.
“We are thrilled to welcome Taj Gibson to the BYS Wellness team,” said Tak Yoo, CEO of BYS Wellness. “Taj’s dedication to his craft and commitment to maintaining a healthy lifestyle makes him the perfect partner for our brand. We look forward to working together to promote wellness and inspire individuals to make positive changes in their lives.”
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BYS Wellness is a leading provider of health and wellness products. Our mission is to empower individuals to take control of their health and live their best lives.
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