Media Advisory - Newfoundland's first interactive fitness facility for youth set to open



    ST. JOHN'S, Sept. 14 /CNW/ - Please join Shelley and Andrew Moores,
Owners of Bulldog Interactive Fitness St. John's, and Holly and James Bond,
Founders of the Bulldog Franchise, together with John Dinn, MHA Kilbride
istrict, Olympic gold medalist and Kids Eat Smart spokesperson Jamie Korab,
and Jill Andrews, Sport Newfoundland and Labrador's KidSport Coordinator, at a
ribbon-cutting ceremony to celebrate the official opening of Bulldog
Interactive Fitness St. John's. Bulldog is Newfoundland's first fitness
facility for youth that uses interactive gaming technology combined with
exercise equipment. Bulldog is the first interactive fitness facility that
focuses on getting kids in shape by combining exercise with their favorite
activity: playing video games. Demonstrations, contests and prize giveaways
will follow an official ribbon-cutting ceremony.

    
    Location:         Bulldog Interactive Fitness for Youth
                      141 Torbay Rd, Torbay Road Mall
                      St. John's NL

    Date:             September 15th, 2007

    Doors Open:       10:30 a.m.

    Official
    Ribbon-Cutting:   11:00 a.m. SHARP
    




For further information:

For further information: Shelley Moores, Owner St. John's, (709)
739-5437

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