Cantrell Center at the City of Warner Robins Employee Health Fair
Director of Public Relations, Jen Zamora, and Wellness Trainer, Madi Smith, represented the Cantrell Center last Friday. The City of Warner Robins Employee Health Fair was held at the Cary W. Martin Conference Center. The well-lit, spacious venue allowed employees to move about the room and learn more about the services of local businesses and organizations. There were several large screens that displayed a slideshow featuring employees of the City of Warner Robins.
Cantrell Center Swag & Gift Basket Raffle
During the event, employees stocked up on Cantrell Center swag including mood cups, lip balm, and sunglasses with a visor. The sunglass visors were a big hit being it was just days before the Thunder Over Georgia 2019 Air Show.
The Cantrell Center raffled a gift basket valued at $296.00 including TWO complimentary one-month memberships to the Cantrell Wellness Center. The winner of the gift basket receives full access to our pool, gym, and classes. The basket overflowed with Cantrell Center merchandise and other goodies.
A Great 2019 Event, Looking Forward to 2020!
Above all, Jen and Madi appreciated the opportunity to meet with employees of the City of Warner Robins. Likewise, they enjoyed discussing the benefits of Physical Therapy and Wellness. For instance, Madi checked blood pressure, BMI, and body fat percentage for those who stopped by the Cantrell Center booth.
In the 5 hours Jen and Madi spent at the event, they saw a lot of familiar faces. There were many of what we lovingly refer to as “repeat offenders” (those who have been to the Cantrell Center multiple times) who attended.
Madi and Jen also saw many new faces and were pleased to discuss with them the many services offered at the Cantrell Center.
Several people who had attended the Annual Cantrell Center 5K in the past stopped by. Jen and Madi handed out “Save the Date” magnets for the upcoming 2020 5K.
In short, this was a wonderful event and Jen and Madi look forward to representing the Cantrell Center next year.