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PUMP UP YOUR HEART TO BENEFIT THE NEW JERSEY AFFILIATE OF THE AMERICAN HEART ASSOCIATION

 PUMP UP YOUR HEART TO BENEFIT THE NEW JERSEY AFFILIATE OF
 THE AMERICAN HEART ASSOCIATION
 WHAT: "NordicTrack-A-Thon" to benefit the New Jersey affiliate of the American Heart Association (AHA) -- sponsored by The National Exercise For Life Institute and NordicAdvantage, a wholly owned subsidiary of NordicTrack.
 WHEN: Saturday, Aug. 29; noon - 2 p.m.
 WHERE: NordicTrack's "Fitness At Home" store, Woodbridge Center, 250 Woodbridge Center Drive, Woodbridge, N.Y. (upper level near Fortunoff's)
 Pump up your heart and receive a free T-shirt by joining the "NordicTrack-A-Thon" to benefit the New Jersey affiliate of the AHA. A five-minute workout on the NordicTrack cross-country ski exerciser(R), NordicRow TBX or NordicFitness Chair will help reach the ultimate goal ski exerciser and NordicRow TBX to the New Jersey affiliate of the AHA.
 The "NordicTrack-A-Thon" is part of NordicAdvantage's "Educate America to Fitness" tour featuring nationally known exercise physiologist Steve Sokol. Co-sponsored by The National Exercise For Life Institute, the tour's mission is to educate the public and media about the heart-healthy benefits of regular exercise. Sokol will emcee the "NordicTrack-A-Thon" and give personal fitness consultations from 10 a.m. to noon.
 CONTACT: For more information on the NordicTrack-A-Thon, contact John Carpenter, manager of NordicTrack's "Fitness At Home" store at 908-636-4600. For further information on the "Educate America to Fitness" tour, contact Jeff Kelly at 908-634-3600 or Kristen Abbott at 612-368-2733, both of NordicTrack.
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CO: NordicTrack; American Heart Association; The National Exercise For
 Life Institute ST: New York IN: LEI SU:


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