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Winston-Salem, NC (PRWEB) November 15, 2012
Kraze Fitness and American Martial Arts Academy (AMAA) recently paid a visit to the Southfork Elementary school in Winston-Salem, NC to participate in their annual Red Ribbon campaign. The week-long event is observed all over the country as a means of educating children about drug abuse, health issues, and so forth. Information provided by the Academy is valuable to the kids inasmuch as it lets them know the ideas of healthy living and a drug-free lifestyle go beyond the walls of their school.
Kraze youth instructors David Pyles and Lonnie Price worked with students from kindergarten to fifth-grade to educate them on drug prevention. Part of their presentation was to encourage a personal commitment among the kids to live drug-free lives as part of a larger effort to eventually achieve a drug-free America.
This year marked the second year of participation for Kraze and American Martial Arts Academy. In addition to the presentations made at the school, the academy presented every child with a free one-month membership in an AMAA martial arts program. They will continue to participate in Southfork's student reward program known as Dolphin Dollars.
"The mission of Kraze and AMAA is to create healthier communities; one mom, dad, brother, sister or individual at a time," says Derina Pyles. "We are committed to providing a safe and clean facility with an indulging atmosphere of compassion, motivation, and success."
To help further the mission of the Read Ribbon campaign Kraze is offering a complementary two-week trial for the youth program to all new customers who mention this press release. Please contact them for full details.
About the company:
The Kraze's mission is to create healthier communities, one mom, dad, brother, sister or individual at a time. They are committed to providing a safe and clean fitness center with an indulging atmosphere of compassion, motivation, and success. For more information give them a call at 336-765-1950, or visit their website at http://www.catchthekraze.com.
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