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

    MONCTON, Sept. 19 /CNW/ - Please join Mike and Carolyn Dawson, Owners of
Bulldog Interactive Fitness Moncton, and Holly Bond, Founder of the Bulldog
Franchise, Councilor Paul Pellerin who is representing the City of Moncton and
MLA Brian Murphy at a ribbon-cutting ceremony to celebrate the official
opening of Bulldog Interactive Fitness Moncton. Bulldog is Moncton's first
fitness facility for youth that uses video game exercise equipment combined
with old fashioned physical activity games and sports to get kids off the
couch and healthy and fit. Bulldog is a 4500 square foot facility that focuses
on getting kids from 3 to teen 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
                             1075 Mountain Road
                             Moncton, NB

    Date:                    September 20, 2008

    Doors Open:              11:00 a.m.

    Official Ribbon-Cutting: 1:00 p.m. SHARP


For further information:

For further information: Media Contact: Mike Dawson, Bulldog Interactive
Fitness, (508) 388-4040,;

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