Local Businesses Promote Healthy Living in Fair


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March 14, 2016

Contact: Sara Im, 727-512-3017, healthyteam2@gmail.com

Local Businesses Promote Healthy Living in Fair

PINELLAS PARK, Fla. – Tampa Bay small businesses are coming together to show residents how they can live healthier than they have in the past.

Smart Healthy Living, Veterans Health Network, Pasadena Hearing Care, Edward Jones Co., Mary Kay Cosmetics, and GraceWood Rehabilitation and Nursing Care have joined to sponsor the event to be held April 2 at Mainlands of Tamarac Unit 5 Clubhouse in Pinellas Park. The fair runs from 9 a.m. to 1 p.m. And features health screenings, demonstrations of products and services, Zumba, safety procedures, healthy products, and fun.

Vendors who have agreed to participate include GraceWood Rehabilitation and Nursing Care, Pasadena Hearing Care, Edward Jones Co., Mary Kay Cosmetics, Chiropractic Clinic with Dr. Christopher Hood, Meilus Muscular Therapy and Sports Inc., Active Security Co., elder law attorney Walt Shurden, Smart Healthy Living, Wellcare Health Plan, Empath Health, Touching Hearts at Home, Always Dependable Home Health Care, Pinellas County Government, IT Works.

“I think it’s important that everyone live healthy and not take each day for granted,” said Sara Im, president of Smart Healthy Living. “I know what it was like to live in an environment that wasn’t healthy and nearly cost my life. I now live every day with hope and joy. I want to give that to others.”

The health fair takes place off U.S. 19 and across from the Calvary Chapel. People may attend the fair without paying a fee. Parking is available. Those who would like to rent table space can visit www.smarthealthylivingtoday.info.

Veterans Health Network, a nonprofit that provides healthy products for those who served the United States past or present, is sponsoring the fair to support other organizations that promote good health.

“We are happy to work with Smart Healthy Living on this fair because veterans need more than what we offer,” said Richard Corsale, director of Veterans Health Network and a Navy veteran. “This fair will be good for our vets.”

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