Independent Animal Rescue at Orangetheory Fitness Chapel Hill

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    When:
    Apr 9, 2016 @ 12:00 pm – 2:00 pm
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    Where:
    Orangetheory Fitness Chapel Hill
    104 Meadowmont Village Cir
    Chapel Hill, NC 27517
    USA
    Cost:
    Free
    Contact:
    Jordan Watkins
    (919) 883-9424

    Orangetheory Fitness Chapel Hill is partnering with local nonprofit Independent Animal Rescue to host a fun adoption event with its adorable pets! If you’ve been thinking about adopting a new pet and getting in shape, this is the perfect event for you! The event will be held Saturday, April 9 from noon to 2 p.m.

    All community members are invited to Orangetheory Fitness Chapel Hill to try a class (your first class is always free*)! People can also stop by right outside the studio to meet Independent Animal Rescue’s adoptable pets and possibly your new furry family member!

    Interested individuals can visit, http://chapel-hill.orangetheoryfitness.com to book their first free class or call (919) 883-9424.

    About Orangetheory Fitness:
    Orangetheory Fitness is a one-of-a-kind group personal training workout broken into intervals of cardiovascular and strength training. Backed by the science of Excess Post-exercise Oxygen Consumption, Orangetheory Fitness’ heart-rate-monitored training is designed to keep heart rates in a target zone that stimulates metabolism and increases energy. Led by skilled instructors, participants use a variety of equipment including treadmills, water rowers, TRX Suspension Training and free weights, burning 500 to 1,000 calories per class. The result is the Orange Effect – more energy, visible toning and extra calorie burn for up to 36 hours post-workout.

    *The first free Orangetheory Fitness workout is available for local residents and first time visitors only.

    About Independent Animal Rescue:
    Independent Animal Rescue started with one woman’s big dreams, a bigger heart, and a very distinctive purple pickup truck that helped her rescue countless numbers of unwanted, abused, and homeless Triangle pets. Originally founded in 1994, IAR earned an official 501 (c)(3) status in 1995. IAR is currently governed by a Board of Directors, managed by elected officers, and supported by over 100 unpaid volunteers. There are no paid positions within IAR, so 100% of all donations directly support animal care and rehabilitation.

    IAR’s mission is to rescue and provide safe and responsible care for homeless, abandoned, and abused animals. We shall strive to help all animals in need through our service programs. We will serve our communities through promotion of spay or neuter for all companion animals, and the education of children and adults in the humane care, respect and responsibility for animals on this earth.

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