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GNC launches exchange offer for $98.9M senior notes

Pittsburgh-based health, wellness and performance retailer GNC Holdings Inc. said Dec. 21 that it launched agreements with certain holders of its 1.50% convertible senior notes due 2020 to exchange $98.9 million of the 2020 notes in private transactions.

The notes will be exchanged for an aggregate of around 14.6 million shares of the company's class A common stock, plus about $500,000 in cash, representing accrued and unpaid interest on the notes exchanged.

GNC said the exchange transactions, which are expected to close on or around Dec. 26, are part of its strategies to optimize its capital structure and boost shareholder value.

Earlier this month, the company pulled back on its proposed senior notes offering for notes due 2022 because the terms and conditions "were not sufficiently attractive" for the company to move forward.