Media Advisory - Guelph's first Interactive Fitness Facility for Youth opens Saturday!!

    GUELPH, ON, Nov. 15 /CNW/ - Please join Bobbi Hayes and Rick Berthiaume,
Owners of Bulldog Interactive Fitness Guelph, together with Holly Bond,
Founder of Bulldog Interactive Fitness, Colleen Reardon, Assistant to the
Director of the Wellington County Children's Aid Society, Rob McKay, Manager
Recreation and Leisure Guelph, and Ward 1 Councilor Kathleen Farrelly at a
ribbon-cutting ceremony to celebrate the official opening of Bulldog
Interactive Fitness Guelph. Bulldog is the first interactive fitness facility
designed exclusively for youth that uses interactive gaming technology
combined with exercise equipment to get kids moving. This interactive fitness
facility 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
                             259 Grange Road (corner of Grange and Victoria)
                             Guelph, ON.

    Date:                    November 17th, 2007

    Doors Open:              10:00 a.m.

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

For further information:

For further information: Media: Bobbi Hayes, (519) 836-3838,, Owner Guelph Doghouse; Bulldog
Interactive Fitness,

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