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First new distribution centre for Maharishi Ayur Veda Products International opens in Antrim, New Hampshire, USA
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1 October 2007
During a recent Global Family Chat, broadcast live via satellite and over the Internet by the Maharishi Channel, Dr Kingsley Brooks, Raja of New England for the Global Country of World Peace, spoke about the new distribution centre for Maharishi Ayur Veda Products (MAPI) that has just opened in Antrim, New Hampshire.
Dr Brooks reported that New England is very fortunate because one of the first operating distribution centres for Maharishi Ayur Veda Products International (MAPI) will be in Antrim, New Hampshire. Over the last two weeks they began new MAPI distribution from Antrim, and also from Lancaster, Massachusetts, where there is a Maharishi Vedic Health Center.
Many products have arrived at the new storage facility at the Health Centre in Lancaster, which will become one of the distribution centres for all the specialized medical herbs. There will be three major distribution centres for these herbs; one in Lancaster, one in Maharishi Vedic City, and in one of the Peace Palaces in California.
'We are very honoured to be able to help in this great project and keep it moving along very quickly,' Dr Brooks said.
Dr Brooks presented slides of the Peace Palace in Antrim and the store 'Health and Wholeness' from where products will be distributed all over the Eastern Seaboard. The products have been arriving in big 18-foot (5.5-metre) trucks, and have been organized for very quick fulfilment of everyone's orders.
'We have already started to fulfil hundreds of orders, answering calls from nine in the morning until six at night', said Dr Brooks.
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