Workout Now For Autism Awareness with Out Run Your Fork

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OUT RUN YOUR FORK to host benefit fitness event for autism education non-profit, Spectrum360

 

Event scheduled for April 28, 2018 at 10am to 1pm

Westfield, New Jersey (March 29, 2018)
Out Run Your Fork is hosting a morning of fitness to benefit Spectrum360, an autism education

non-profit on Saturday, April 28th from 10am to 1pm. This event is open to the public and 100% of donations from ticket sales and merchandise will go to Spectrum360. In addition to fitness classes such as bootcamp, yoga, metabolic workouts, spinning, and Zumba, there will be snacks and refreshments. Opportunities for vendors and sponsors are currently open as well.

Out Run Your Fork became involved with Spectrum360 through Tony Bianchino, founder and owner of the fitness business. Bianchino’s daughter attends Academy360 Lower School, located in Verona, NJ. Says Bianchino, “the folks at Academy360 have helped my daughter more than anyone else. They have gone to greater lengths than anyone else. Truly they are the absolute best, most caring individuals I have ever met.”

Bianchino believes all children should have the opportunity to experience Academy360 and benefit from their programs. “That's why I have decided to help raise funds for Spectrum360 and help them achieve their mission of ‘... providing the highest quality educational and therapeutic programs for individuals with learning, language and social/emotional challenges to achieve their maximum potential as responsible adults in society...’” With proper funding Academy360 could further enhance their programs and take on new clients. Out Run Your Fork’s contributions are made directly to Spectrum360’s A Walk for a Lifetime, an annual walk event held in Verona Park and slated for May 6, 2018.

Please RSVP via Out Run Your Fork’s Facebook Page:

https://www.facebook.com/events/227246107836330/

Contributions can also be made directly to Spectrum360 here: https://spectrum360.donorpages.com/WalkforaLifetime2018/TeamKirawithOutRunYourFork/

 

About Out Run Your Fork:
At Out Run Your Fork we make fitness fun! Our Personal Training and Nutritional Programming are designed with YOU in mind. We cater to each individual and custom tailor every program to fit your specific needs. Whether it's overcoming an injury, lowering your cholesterol or looking for a kick-butt workout we’ve got you covered!

Unlocking the power of your genetics we use real science to identify the traits that cause you to gain weight. Your program is then designed according to your busy lifestyle, individual food preferences, and unique genetic profile. It's the perfect combination to help catapult you toward becoming the best you that you can be!

So give us a call to set up your free, no-obligation personal training session today. We guarantee you'll change the way you feel about working out!

Phone: 973-348-9898
Email: tony@OutRunYourFork.com
Website: http://www.outrunyourfork.com
Facebook: /OutRunYourFork

About Spectrum360:

Spectrum360’s mission is to provide the highest quality educational and therapeutic programs for individuals with learning, language and social/emotional challenges to achieve their maximum potential as responsible adults in society; recognize and value the individuals’ unique abilities, learning styles and differences; and serve as a leader in promoting innovative educational programs.

Spectrum360 challenges expectations for children, adolescents, and adults across the full spectrum of autism and with behavioral and related disabilities through innovative special education, employment supports, and community-building.We do not define individuals by their disabilities. Using evidence-based approaches, we push the boundaries of traditional programs and services, helping each person we serve to discover unique talents, develop self-worth, and maximize opportunities for independence, self-direction, citizenship, and community integration.

Media Contacts:

CorinneFrankenfield,Spectrum360, cfrankenfield@spectrum360.org, 973-509-3050x285

Tony Bianchino, Out Run Your Fork, tony@OutRunYourFork.com

Contact Information
  1. Tony Bianchino
  2. 973-348-9898
  3. tbianchino@outrunyourfork.com
Sat, April 28
10:00 am — 1:00 pm
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OUT RUN YOUR FORK to host benefit fitness event for autism education non-profit, Spectrum360

Event scheduled for April 28, 2018 at 10am to 1pm

Westfield, New Jersey (March 29, 2018) –
Out Run Your Fork is hosting a morning of fitness to benefit Spectrum360, an autism education

non-profit on Saturday, April 28th from 10am to 1pm. This event is open to the public ...

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