Get Fit Expo 2014

The 2014 “GET FIT EXPO”

Spokesperson, Kelley Lamm is ready to pump up the community to get fit while raising money for

 “The Jack and J.T. Snow Scientific Research Foundation” with Gold’s Gym

St. Peters, MO – The entertainment and activities are being lined-up for the upcoming 3rd Annual “GET FIT EXPO!” to benefit The Jack and J.T. Snow Scientific Research Foundation (The Snow Foundation) on Saturday, May 17th, 2014 from 12:00 pm until 4:00 pm at Gold’s Gym, 5230 Hwy 94 in St. Peters, MO.

This Get Fit Expo – hosted and produced by the Executive Gold’s Gym team and Kelley Lamm, encourages everyone to get pumped to get fit, Saturday, May 17, 2014 at Gold’s Gym while raising awareness and funds for the The Snow Foundation.

The upcoming “GET FIT EXPO” will kick off with the Get Fit Boot Camp! Meet local celebrities, enjoy live performances, entertainment, beauty tips, nutrition, medical advice, healthy living programs, personal trainers, educators, authors, family friendly activities, endurance challenges, prize packages and some unique surprises, all to strengthen our community.

The first 300 guests to register on line will receive the perfect Gold’s Gym swag bag filled with healthy items. Expo guests will also be able to purchase tickets for a chance to win the “Ultimate GET FIT Prize Package.” With over 35,000 members and 6000 plus guest who come thru Gold’s Gym doors are just a few of the community guests we will be inviting to attend for a strong campaign promoting the Get Fit Expo benefiting The Snow Foundation. It is time to share your product and pump up our communities.

Stephanie Snow Gebel, daughter of the late Jack Snow, “Voice of the Rams”, founded The Snow Foundation with her brother, former San Francisco Giant and Six-Time Gold Glove Winner, J.T. Snow, when her daughter Raquel was diagnosed with the rarest form of diabetes, Wolfram syndrome, at age 5. Wolfram syndrome typically strikes children around the tender age of four with a five-to-eight year span before the loss of hearing, vision and brain function begins. The Snow Foundation is a non-profit organization dedicated to raising awareness of and funding for Wolfram syndrome research in hopes of revolutionizing the diabetic world.

Campaign to include:

  • Email blast to 35,000 member base
  • In gym signage exposure in all seven gyms with traffic at 7000 plus per day.
  • Club com Scroll on the TV’s in-gym
  • Radio promotions
  • Live Remotes day of event
  • Press releases to all media
  • Bill Board Inclusion

Lamm notes “Get pumped to GET FIT and create a stronger community helping one person at a time to begin, build and believe in life changing actions.”

For more information, contact Kelley Lamm at 636-219-7931 or