Business Briefs April 27, 2015
Custom Body Fitness Announce 6 Week Sexy Slim Challenge
Carbondale — Locally owned Custom Body Fitness has created the 24 Day Fat Loss Contest where contestants follow a weight loss program to achieve top results. CBF first contest was January 12th through February 7th. The event was a success with 22 people signed in, 12 who completed the contest and 4 top winners losing up to 11 pounds who won $100 each.
Sandro Torres, Fitness Professional, is amazed with the results that the contestants yield. He has being in the Fitness industry for more than 5 years and noticed that people yield better results when they are in a contest.
Now CBF is presenting the 6 Week Sexy Slim Challenge from May 4th to June 20th sponsor by Hair Bar, Gaia Acupuncture, Kersen Counseling, Alpine Therapeutic and Alpine Bank. Sandro Torres and Natalia Nevarez are in charge on releasing participants’ progress during the contest weekly.
First place will win $180 gift card for Hair Bar (haircut and coloring), $150 gift card for Gaia Tree Acupuncture (acupuncture session), $100 visa card from Alpine Bank and $150 gift card for Custom Body Fitness. Second place prizes are $150 gift card for Alpine Therapeutic (hour massage and express facial), $135 gift card for Kersen Counseling (awaken healing therapy), $150 gift card for Custom Body Fitness and $50 Cash from Custom Body Fitness, and Third Place will take $150 gift card for Custom Body Fitness and $100 Cash provided by Custom Body Fitness.
Custom Body Fitness is a local business that helps people achieve their fitness goals. We specialize in weight loss and body transformation. Custom Body Fitness was established in July, 2010. Our mission is to genuinely understand clients and provide a safe, effective and reliable program that delivers lifetime results.
For more information about Custom Body Fitness visit http://www.custombodyfitnessllc.com or call 970-366-6084.
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