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Get Kids Movin’ Childhood Obesity Prevention Tour at National Harbor, Maryland June 30
Get Kids Movin presented by Sports Zone Elite and Think Brown INK, is an interactive tour that fights childhood obesity by engaging youth in fitness, entertainment, health & arts, inspired by 10-year-old recording artist/philanthropist Chi Chi Monet.
By: Think Brown INK
The day will include:
Performance by Chi Chi Monet
Kids Fashion Show Presented by Sports Zone Elite
Music by DJ Beauty and the Beatz
Fitness Session with Nike Trainer Deanna Jefferson
Exercise Fun with MECKids.com
“The 7 Lessons I Learned from Sports” with Najeema Washington of Escape Cube City
Zumba with Kena Hodges of Zumba Fitness
Dramatic Performances from Dreams Work, Inc., youth
Healthy Eating Cooking Demo with Kitchen Cray
Kasaxe with Azuka Bom
Various education, fashion and fitness stations.
To learn more and to register as an attendee, model or vendor, visit getkidsmovin.com. Sponsors include Sports Zone Elite, Think Brown INK, MECKids and Maryland Institute for Dance.
About Get Kids Movin!
Ten-year-old Chi Chi Monet, a recording artist, cheerleader, gymnast and dancer grew frustrated with the alarming rates of childhood obesity among her peers. Armed with information from the Obama Administration's "Let's Move" initiative, she decided to a create song called "Move" to inspire youth to be healthy. During the fall of 2012, Chi Chi joined forces with Sports Zone Elite and Think Brown INK to create a tour that would combine fitness, music, fashion and sports to reinforce a lifestyle of health. So far, the tour has stopped in Forestville, Greenbelt and Largo, Maryland, attracting between 100 and 500 families for each event. Sports Zone Elite is the presenting sponsor of Get Kids Movin! Learn more at getkidsmovin.com. Be sure to join us on Twitter @GetKidsMovin (http://www.twitter.com/
About Sports Zone Elite
Sports Zone Elite is the original DC Sneaker Store, founded in 1985. The company has expanded to 28 stores around the Washington region, and remains at the forefront of fashion for youth, young adults, urban, Gen X and preppy consumers. Visit Sports Zone Elite online at spzn.com and on Twitter @spzn.
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