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Kaiser Permanente Corporate Run/Walk & Fitness Program

Date/Time

Oct 24, 2018
03:30 PM until 09:00 PM

Description

Now in its’ 36th consecutive year in Atlanta, the Kaiser Permanente Corporate Run/Walk & Fitness Program is a unique workplace-organized fitness initiative produced by U.S. Olympian and world-renowned running expert, Jeff Galloway. The program kicks off in late July with an 8-week corporate training program, Let’s Move, Atlanta! and culminates at the Georgia World Congress Center on Wednesday, October 24, 2018 in one of the largest corporate 5K Run/Walk events in the country.

 

The Kaiser Permanente Corporate Run/Walk & Fitness Program began in Atlanta in 1982 with just 900 participants from a handful of companies. Under the race leadership of Galloway, the wellness event has become a beloved tradition in the Atlanta business community and annually attracts more than 15,000 runners and walkers from over 400 of Atlanta’s top companies.  The year-round program offers a unique workplace-oriented fitness initiative for small, medium and large employers who are looking for added employee health programs that promote fit and active lifestyles. A portion of proceeds benefits the Atlanta Community Food Bank.

 

Team captains are encouraged to sign up on behalf of their companies and recruit, motivate and coordinate fellow employees to ensure they take full advantage of all the perks that come along with this corporate training and fitness program. As part of the eight-week, Let’s Move Atlanta! training program, participants receive weekly training and nutrition tips from Jeff Galloway and Kaiser Permanente along with a FREE three week pass to any LA Fitness location in metro Atlanta. “Let’s Move, Atlanta!” training program runs from July – October 2018.  New for 2018, every registered participant who completes the Corporate 5K Run/Walk will receive a t-shirt and custom 5K finishing medal.

 

Cost

Registration fees are $34/per person through September 21. After September 21, p

Location

View map Georgia World Congress Center
285 Andrew Young Boulevard
Atlanta, GA

Additional Information

Sponsor

Kaiser Permanente

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