Former NBA player C.J. Watson has been very busy with life after the NBA. Releasing his first book last year "CJ's Big Dream" & his 2nd one this week "CJ's Big Project". The books were written to inspire children. He is now promoting better eating with his new healthy vending machines. "More Love Within Healthy Vending" More Love Within Healthy Vendingprovides healthy food choices through state-of-the-art vending machines designed especially for today's busy, more health conscience consumers. We are in the business of making healthier food choices more accessible for businesses, schools, and other locations. Our customers choose More Love Within Healthy Vendingbecause they are assured of a technologically advanced vending system, high-quality products that taste great, a fair price, and attentive local service. You've all seen the stats on increasing rates of childhood and adult obesity rates. The good news is that change is coming. Schools are providing more nutritious meals and more and more businesses are looking at healthy vending as an addition to their Corporate Wellness Program. This is where I come in . At More Love Within Healthy Vending, we bring a healthy vending option to businesses and facilities in Las Vegas and the surrounding areas. We can place our healthy vending machine next to traditional snack and drink machines or we can replace the junk food machines with our healthier option. CJ Watson is a Las Vegas native. He was signed by the Golden State Warriors in 2008. During his NBA career he played for the Chicago Bulls, Brooklyn Nets, Indiana Pacers, and Orlando Magic. He most recently played for the "Killer 3's" in the Big 3 under coach Charles Oakley former NBA Star. CJ currently resides in his hometown of Las Vegas. He runs his Quiet StormFoundation with his Board of Directors. The Quiet Storm Foundation has been running for 10 years. The foundation was implemented to foster learning opportunities such as social skills development, health and fitness activities to help the youth grow and achieve their goals in their community.