Making Healthy Living Easier Benefits Both Businesses and Communities

Why should businesses care about community health? 

Because making healthy options available can be profitable; it can help improve the health of the community from which businesses hire; it can strengthen their relationship with the community; and it can attract more customers.

Hear directly from several businesspeople—from grocers who stock healthy options to a real estate developer and property manager who support smoke-free, multiunit housing—their customers and tenants, and elected officials in three new videos.

These videos are the first in a new “Making the Business Case for Prevention” series. Additional videos—including one in Spanish—will be available by 2015.

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