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Fit Body Boot Camp Announces the Grand Opening of a New Fountain Valley Fitness Center
Date:8/30/2013

Fountain Valley, CA (PRWEB) August 30, 2013

On Saturday, September 7th, owners of the new Fountain Valley fitness center, Fit Body Boot Camp, will host a Grand Opening event open to the public and donate all proceeds to Colette's Children's Home, a local charity whose mission is to provide services to homeless women and children.

Starting at noon on Saturday and continuing until 3pm, activities for the Grand Opening will include games and raffles for attendees as well as fun fitness challenges. Popular local businesses like Lorna Jane, a company that designs trendy fitness apparel will have a special discounted rate on items for attendees, and Sensitive Sweets, a baking company that specializes in custom cakes and desserts for those with food sensitivities dietary restrictions have partnered with Fountain Valley Fit Body Boot Camp.

Owners of the new Fountain Valley gym, Zenia and Sam Joyner, say they are thrilled to be opening a Fit Body Boot Camp in the area and hopes that the Grand Opening will bring people together for a great cause.

Zenia explains, “We chose the charity Colette’s Children’s Home because homelessness is a big problem that still needs to be addressed, especially in our area. This charity provides single mothers and children with a safe environment where they can obtain the support and services they need to get back on their feet. We want to give back to our community.”

Zenia and Sam, who were previous Fit Body Boot Camp members, admit that they got into personal training because of the impact that the fitness franchise has had on their lives and wanted to share Fit Body Boot Camp’s Unstoppable Fitness Formula with the Fountain Valley community.

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