Body Machine Fitness Teams Up with Nonprofit 22KILL to Launch Fundraising Campaign from May 22 – June 22, 2018

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Support mission to help veterans, first-responders battle suicide while getting fit

Body Machine Fitness Teams Up with Nonprofit 22KILL to Launch Fundraising Campaign

We’re honored to partner with 22KILL and deliver both fundraising and physical fitness benefits to our nation’s heroes: the veterans and first responders who have served us all with honor and selflessness.

Body Machine Fitness, a world-class fitness studio, today announces a month-long fitness fundraising campaign to benefit 22KILL, a nonprofit that raises awareness of the veteran and first responder suicide epidemic plaguing the country and educates the public on PTS and other mental health issues.

In honor of Memorial Day and our veterans, the North Texas community is invited to participate in the #BMFx22KILL Challenge at Body Machine Fitness in Plano. Running from May 22 – June 22, the fundraiser will offer special classes that incorporate the signature 22KILL Push-Ups, as well as custom workout created especially for adaptive athletes.

Throughout the campaign, Body Machine Fitness will offer special 22KILL Challenge Day classes on each Thursday at 9:45 a.m. where participants can support and workout with some of our nation’s veteran and first responder warriors. Body Machine Fitness will donate $22 per member participant in each 22KILL Challenge Day class. To further raise awareness and funds for 22KILL and the nations’ heroes, additional donations are encouraged throughout the entire campaign. All money raised will be donated to 22KILL.

“Physical fitness creates a profound impact on mental health. Our mission is to deliver this valuable, positive experience across all physical fitness and ability levels,”
Margaux Phoenix, co-founder and President of Body Machine Fitness says, “We’re honored to partner with 22KILL and deliver both fundraising and physical fitness benefits to our nation’s heroes: the veterans and first responders who have served us all with honor and selflessness.”

What: Body Machine Fitness x 22KILL Challenge Fundraiser
When:

  • May 22- June 22, 2018
  • Donations Accepted Here: http://bit.ly/BMFx22KILL
  • 22KILL Challenge Classes     
  • Special Class Days: 5/31, 6/7, 6/14, 6/21
  • at 9:45 a.m.
  • BMF will donate $22 per member participant in each 22KILL Challenge Day class

Where:
Body Machine Fitness
6153 Windhaven Parkway, Ste. 130
Plano, TX 750
(214) 396-8585

Cost:
Members: Included
Non-members: First class is free
22% off first month for all active military, veterans and first responders

“For veterans and others who sacrificed for us, the physical and emotional injury they endure is an all-too-real daily challenge,” Jacob Schick, CEO of 22KILL. “The ‘Workout with a Warrior’ campaign sponsored by Body Machine Fitness is a much-appreciated show of support and gratitude from the community.”

To learn more, please visit http://www.bodymachinefitness.com/22KILL.

About Body Machine Fitness:
Founded in2017, Body Machine Fitness is an instructor-led, immersive workout experience driven by a club-like audio and lighting atmosphere. The 1-hour full-body strength and conditioning workouts are designed to serve all fitness levels from beginner to elite, while providing world-class equipment, spa-like amenities, , and café offerings. The entire workout experience, including the synchronized audio and light show, are customized daily to keep members engaged and deliver maximum results, while ensuring the safety and well-being of its members. Founders Margaux Phoenix, Jeremy Soder, and Pete Stickney are physical fitness experts and enthusiastic supporters of the community in Plano Texas and beyond. Learn more at: http://www.bodymachinefitness.com

About 22Kill:
22KILL, a 501(c)3 nonprofit organization, started in 2013 with a mission to raise awareness to the suicide rate among veterans and first responders, educate the public on PTS and other mental health issues, and focus on suicide prevention through empowerment.  22KILL offers a variety of programs and resources for all service members. These programs provide many forms of traditional and non-traditional therapies for both mental and physical health, serving veterans, first responders, and their families. Learn more at http://www.22kill.com.

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