Pompano Beach keeps health a high priority

November 14, 2012 by  

Since many people are becoming more aware of how to live a healthy lifestyle and how it greatly benefits longevity, communities throughout Florida are now making access to health and wellness services easier and are often bringing those services directly to them through special fitness-oriented events.

One such event taking place in Pompano Beach in the near future is the Small Biz Health and Wellness Fest. It will be offering free health screenings and testing, food, and information booths from local health and wellness organizations. Guests will also receive free refreshments and the chance to buy raffle tickets to win a prize package.

The festival is still accepting applications for vendors who wish to participate. The Pompano Beach organizations who wish to take part in the festival might well be calling upon local brochure printing services to provide them with literature to hand out to those who might be interested in the work of that organization. Brochures or booklets are reasonable inexpensive and offer a convenient format for an organization to provide information to the general public. Visitors to events such as this always enjoy picking up free literature, which allows them to study the organization in their own time.

The Small Biz Health and Wellness Fest will take place at the E. Pat Larkins Community Center on November 17 from 9:30 am – 12:30 pm. As well as being health-conscious, this event will not do any harm to attendees’ bank balances, since admission is free. For more information, call 954-353-6396.