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The Max Challenge of Springfield/Union raises over $4,000 for Susan G. Komen of North Jersey

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Sara Kirsch, manager of the Max of Springfield/Union presents Gina Fernicola of the Susan G. Komen Foundation of North Jersey with a check for $4,300.
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2017 Max Day of Giving was held on Saturday, April 22nd.
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During the month of April, the MAX Challenge of Union/Springfield participated in the annual "Max Day of Giving" campaign.  The Day of Giving is designed to bring together each center, its members, and the community to raise awareness, support, and funds for local charities. The MAX Challenge of Union/Springfield chose Susan G. Komen of North Jersey, located in Summit, as the recipient of their "Day of Giving" event.  In addition to special classes, t-shirt sales, and other fundraising efforts, a MAX mini-Olympics was held at the Loop Pavilion of the Watchung Reservation on Saturday, April 22nd.  

Here pictured, Sara Kirsch, the manager of the MAX Challenge of Springfield/Union presented Gina Fernicola, Director of Development of the Susan G. Komen Foundation of North Jersey with a check for $4,300.  Directly from the Susan G. Komen of North Jersey Facebook page, "Did you know that Susan G. Komen is the largest non-government funder of breast cancer research IN THE WORLD?! In fact, we have funded, in part, every major breast cancer advancement in the past 30 years!"

Franchise Co-owner Allison DiMarzio was inspired by a member who has been stricken with breast cancer and continues her workouts inbetween treatments. "She has put her full effort into trying to keep herself healthy," said DiMarzio. "This event is dedicated to her."  The MAX Challenge of Springfield/Union gratefully thanks the vendors, sponsors, members, and staff for their generosity and contributions that made this event a success!

THE MAX 10-Week Challenge is a life-altering fitness and nutrition program with the power to transform lives. located at 2033 Morris Ave., in Union.  
Guaranteed results or your money back!  For more information, please call Amy Walsh at (908) 206-0006.

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