Get Ready to Compete and Be Entertained at the 6th Annual 2013 Naturally Fit Super Show!

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July 26 and 27, 2013 - Naturally Fit is hosting the 6th annual 2013 Naturally Fit Super Show right here in downtown Austin, Texas.

This year’s event will occur at the Palmer Events Center and will feature a massive fitness showcase with over 20 fitness and sports competitions, a health and fitness expo showcasing local fitness companies' products and services, a car show displaying more than 100 vehicles, and a Special Olympics meet and greet with the staff and competitors. For information on how to watch or participate in this year’s show, see http://www.naturallyfit.com/events/2013-naturally-fit-super-show/.

Tickets for those wishing to spectate the Naturally Fit Super Show can be scored for $15- $35 online at http://www.naturallyfit.com/tickets/ or at the door. Naturally Fit will donate a portion of the proceeds from ticket sales to Special Olympics of Texas (http://sotx.org/), the official charity partner of the 2013 Naturally Fit Super Show.

Those wishing to compete in the various competitions are in for a treat as they are not only judged and scored by some of the industry’s key players and experts, but they are also eligible for over $30,000 in awards and cash prizes! Athletes wanting to compete in the 2013 Naturally Fit Super Show competitions may choose an event and enter online at http://www.naturallyfit.com/events/2013-naturally-fit-super-show/

Naturally Fit is the largest fitness company in Central Texas, featuring the Naturally Fit Super Show, Naturally Fit Magazine, Naturally Fit Agency, and Austin’s only dedicated fitness TV channel, Naturally Fit 360. Naturally Fit is a company which is renown for its sanctioning of drug-free fitness events, products, and services for those who wish to transform themselves to become fit for life... naturally!

For more information on the 2013 Naturally Fit Super Show, please contact David Nall at david(at)naturallyfit(dot)com.

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