Tuesday, October 25, 2011

I hope you all will come out and participate in our Swing -A-Thon fundraiser for this worth while cause. Please read below from one of our Rapid Results Fitness Instructors who is in charge of this awesome event!!!
Dear Friends and Fellow Kettlebell Enthusiasts,

I hope that you are doing well. I was recently recognized by the local Cystic Fibrosis (CF) Foundation as an outstanding young professional in the RTP community. In accepting this distinction as part of the Top of the Triangle inaugural class, I have committed to raise at least $2500 to help support the Foundation's research and care programs. Betsy has graciously allowed me to host a special fundraising class at Rapid Results in which ALL proceeds from the class will support the CF Foundation!

WHAT: Kettlebell Class and SWING-A-THON to benefit the CF Foundation

WHERE: Rapid Results Fitness

WHEN: Sunday, October 30, 2011 at 1:30pm

Instead of the usual $20 drop-in, I am asking that you donate at least $15 to participate. The class design will accommodate individuals new to kettlebell training as well, so absolutely feel free to bring any one in your life that has been curious about kettlebells with you. This includes family members, your significant other, friends and work colleagues--the more, the merrier!

In addition, a special Rapid Results membership discount will be made available for those who participate. Please mark your calendars and plan on coming to get a great workout in and simultaneously support a great cause.

In the event that you are unable to make it and/or would like to do more to support the CF Foundation, just click on the link below to make a donation which will be credited to my fundraising efforts. Any amount you can donate will be greatly appreciated! It's also important for you to know that the CF Foundation is an efficient, results-driven organization. All contributions are 100% tax deductible and nearly 90 percent of every dollar is made available to support research, care and education.


Many of you may already be touched by someone fighting CF. Not so long ago, children diagnosed with CF weren't expected to make it to kindergarten and now the median life expectancy is 37 years. Tremendous progress has been made in understanding the disease, improving treatment and developing a strong drug pipeline and I really do believe that will continue to see significant advances in controlling and curing CF in our lifetime.

I look forward to working out together to make a difference in the lives of those with CF. Thank you for supporting me as well as the mission of the CF Foundation.


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