Women’s Health, Australia’s fastest-growing healthy lifestyle brand, has announced the ultimate workout party, Women’s Health Fit Night Out, is returning for its third year on 31 August with a stellar line-up of sponsors.
Haircare brand Garnier has signed on as naming rights partner for the event, while health food brands The Chia Co and Vital are also supporting.
The event will be held at Sydney’s International Convention Centre and 600+ consumers are expected to attend.
Attendees will break a sweat with the latest fitness classes hosted by top celebrity trainers including Keep It Cleaner girls Steph Claire Smith and Laura Henshaw, Base Body Babes Felicia Oreb and Diana Johnson, Amanda Bisk and Dan Conn, Wellness Director – Orangetheory Fitness.
Consumers can also enjoy hair and beauty treatments, a smoothie bar, a live DJ and healthy snacks to refuel between high-energy workouts.
Jacqui Mooney, Editor of Women’s Health, said: “Fit Night Out has become the event on the Sydney fitness calendar, and is yet another example of the deep way Women’s Health engages with our rapidly-growing audience of health-conscious women.
“It’s such a great opportunity to bring together our community of fitness fans and we’re thrilled to have Garnier, The Chia Co and Vital join in on the action this year.”
Garnier Australia marketing manager Tim Plant adds: “Garnier is thrilled to announce its partnership with Women’s Health for their Fit Night Out event in 2018.
“Fit Night Out is such a fun and unique event that perfectly aligns with the energetic and positive nature of the Garnier brand.”
Fit Night Out will be promoted across the Women’s Health network, which reaches more than 800,000 women through print, social and online.
In addition, the event will be supported via the extended Pacific stable (print, online and social) as well as a 30-second TVC broadcast on Channel Seven in the lead-up to the event.
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