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November 3, 2009

The Daily Shake opens on Main Street

By Justin Lofton

Staff Writer



Carl and Vicky Hayes and their sons David and Daniel Hayes of Ada opened The Daily Shake at 231 E. Main this Saturday for a preliminary opening. The grand opening will be on Nov. 16.

The business will sell Herbalife products, which are health supplements and weight loss products.

David Hayes, son of Carl and Vicky Hayes, local singer/songwriter, and recent finalist of the Herbalife Star competition, played live music as customers sampled the products Saturday.

David Hayes performed at the Herbalife Extravaganza on Friday, Oct. 16. The competition raised $250,000 for the Herbalife Family Foundation.

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