Power Systems Donates Equipment to Knoxville Schools and Businesses

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Power Systems Donates $130,000 in equipment to Knoxville-area

“We love being able to help these great schools and organizations promote fitness and healthy living. ”

In an effort to improve physical fitness in the community, Knoxville-based Power Systems has donated over $130,000 in resistance bands to area schools, businesses, and organizations. These products come in a variety of styles and resistances, offer a full-body workout, and are extremely versatile – making them an ideal product for all ages and ability levels.

In total, almost 16,000 resistance bands were given away to 12 high schools in Knox, Anderson, Blount, Campbell, and Roane Counties; the University of Tennessee; over 20 local gyms and fitness centers; and local corporations such as PetSafe, Pilot, TeamHealth, and Clayton Homes.

Vice President and General Manager of Power Systems, Linda Miller, says, “We love being able to help these great schools and organizations promote fitness and healthy living. Knoxville has been so supportive of Power Systems over the last 29 years and we are thrilled to give back to those who have helped us be so successful.”

About Power Systems
Founded in 1986, Knoxville-based Power Systems is a leading provider of fitness and performance products and is recognized throughout the sports and fitness industries for its complete selection, superior customer care, and fast delivery. Power Systems is committed to quality, innovation, and service through a knowledgeable team that is dedicated to exceeding customer expectations. For more information visit http://www.power-systems.com.

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Amanda Waterous
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