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Out Run Your Fork to Host Benefit Fitness Event for Spectrum360 and Verona's Academy360


Out Run Your Fork is hosting a morning of fitness to benefit Spectrum360, an autism education non-profit on Saturday, April 22, from 10 a.m.  to 1pm. This event is open to the public and 100 percent 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. Opportunies 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. Said 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.

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“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 7, 2017.

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

Contributions can also be made at the door of the event. 

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