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Beverly Hills Health & Wellness Expo arrives Sunday

The Beverly Hills Chamber of Commerce will host a free Health & Wellness Expo on Sunday, Feb. 22, at Roxbury Park Community Center. Pictured at last year’s Expo: Chamber executive director Alexander Stettinski and Beverly Hills Mayor Lili Bosse.
The Beverly Hills Chamber of Commerce will host a free Health & Wellness Expo on Sunday, Feb. 22, at Roxbury Park Community Center. Pictured at last year’s Expo: Chamber executive director Alexander Stettinski and Beverly Hills Mayor Lili Bosse.

Have you been to the newly renovated Roxbury Park Community Center in Beverly Hills?

If the answers is “no” – or if you have and loved it – consider visiting between 10 am and 2 pm Sunday, Feb. 22, as the Beverly Hills Chamber of Commerce will be hosting the Beverly Hills Health & Wellness Expo.

The free Expo is open to the public with attendees being given the chance to gain valuable expert advice, sample products, and experience an array of programs and activities that promote healthy lifestyles.

Be ready for “fitness and fun” for all ages that will include live product demos, exercise classes, and more than 50 exhibitors.

One of the exhibitors is Knucklebones, which is using the Expo to host its first West Coast event.

Physical play, although still on the chopping block of many schools’ curriculum, is resurging through independent companies such as Knucklebones.

Knucklebones, partnered with today’s most admired manufacturers, brings all the latest products to its clients, infant to seniors, to provide tailored programs.

Whether it’s child care or a birthday party, corporate team building or a program to get seniors moving around, Knucklebones is certain to get everyone up, being active, and having fun.

Have you ever imagined your group engaged in their own personalized “Amazing Race” and/or “Survivor” challenge while taking breaks with fresh juice, quinoa salad, and granola bars, all perfect for getting your energy back up for continuing in the game? Knucklebones really knows how to make any athletic game play fun, healthy, and always a bit challenging.

“We are thrilled to hold our very first West Coast event in, of all places, Beverly Hills,” said Mitch Zeisler, Knucklebones’ CVO. “Having met Event Manager Charisse Older from the Beverly Hills Chamber of Commerce nearly as soon as I landed in California has been sincerely auspicious. She, as well as the others throughout the Chamber, has been enthusiastic about Knucklebones and how our athletically inspired services would be such a good fit for Beverly Hills and its enthusiastically active Mayor Lili Bosse.”

Knucklebones not only provides tailored services, but they retail and/or rent all the products used throughout the company and provide wellness consultation. For more information, visit www.Knucklebones.us.

The Expo is being made possible with support from Cedars-Sinai (Presenting Sponsor), ASICS LA Marathon (Community Partner), and the Beverly Hills Courier (Corporate Sponsor).

Roxbury Park Community Center is located at 471 South Roxbury Drive, Beverly Hills.

For other general questions contact the Beverly Hills Chamber of Commerce at 310.248.1000 or visit BHHealthExpo.eventbrite.com.

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