Whether organizations have run this campaign before or it’s their first time, Get Fit on Route 66 is a proven and fun way to help participants create sustainable fitness habits.
Midland, MI (Vocus) April 30, 2010
From the shores of Lake Michigan to the Pacific Ocean, Health Enhancement Systems corporate wellness program, Get Fit on Route 66, takes participants on a fun, nostalgic journey to better health — turning exercise minutes into miles along the legendary Mother Road.
The program includes a team competition, interactive highway with over 95 virtual sightseeing destinations, pacesetter feature, and other motivating tools. “We took one of our most popular campaigns, freshened the look and content, then added slick new features,” notes Dean Witherspoon, President and founder of Health Enhancement Systems, a company that creates award-winning workplace wellness programs. “Whether organizations have run this campaign before or it’s their first time, Get Fit on Route 66 is a proven and fun way to help participants create sustainable fitness habits.”
By cultivating a more energetic workforce and putting participants on the road to better health, organizations also benefit — through higher productivity and lower medical costs. “Studies show that regular physical activity can help prevent weight gain, build strength, relieve stress, reduce metabolic risk factors, and manage or prevent many chronic conditions,” adds Witherspoon.
To learn how to participate in this corporate wellness program or sign up for a free online demonstration, go to GetFitonRoute66.com or call 800.326.2317.
Get Fit on Route 66 is one of a family of Health Enhancement Systems workplace wellness programs that help create a health culture. Others include Great American Fitness Adventure, 10K-A-Day, healthy2010, Green Planet Wellness, Spring Into Motion, and many more. Health Enhancement Systems has been developing corporate wellness solutions for companies, health plans, health systems, hospitals, government agencies, educational institutions, nonprofits, associations, and other groups since 1992.
For more information about Health Enhancement Systems, call 800.326.2317 or visit HealthEnhancementSystems.com.