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Free wellness event at Fashion Outlets of Niagara Falls

Thu, Feb 28th 2019 01:00 pm

Annual ‘Fashionably Fit’ event includes indoor walk and vendor fair; benefits the American Heart Association

Fashion Outlets of Niagara Falls, USA, will host its annual wellness event, “Fashionably Fit,” on Saturday, March 2.

The event, which is free and open to the public, includes a 1-mile indoor walk around Fashion Outlets of Niagara Falls. Registration begins at Saks Fifth Avenue Off 5th at 9:30 a.m. and festivities kick off at 10 a.m. The first 100 walk participants will receive a free swag bag, filled with exclusive offers, coupons and gifts. Immediately following the walk, a number of vendors will set up for a wellness fair. 

This is the third year Fashion Outlets of Niagara Falls is hosting "Fashionably Fit." The event is intended to bring awareness to heart disease by encouraging participants to get out and move, and educating attendees on overall wellness. 

Cash or check donations will be accepted to the Buffalo Niagara American Heart Association.

“Mall walking is a fun and different way to exercise during the winter season. We’re pleased to provide the space that encourages participants to not only get in some extra steps, but also learn more about overall wellness through our many vendors, and support the American Heart Association,” said John Doran, senior manager of Fashion Outlets of Niagara Falls.

Participating vendors include: American Heart Association, United Health Care, BlueCross BlueShield, Mount St. Mary’s Hospital, Niagara Falls Memorial Medical Center, Puma, Skechers, Reebok, DavidsTea, Vitamin World, Orleans Niagara County BOCES, Girl Scouts of WNY, Boy Scouts of WNY, the Town of Niagara Recreation Department and Niagara University’s Monte the Eagle.

For more information on the event, visit http://www.fashionoutletsniagara.com/Events/Details/506680. For more information on heart health, visit Heart.org/buffalo.

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