Happier, Healthier for Longer with ABL Health & MyFirst™
Sports Tours International, owners of the Tour of Tameside, UKFast We Love Manchester 10k, UKFast City of Salford 10k races and more are delighted to announce ABL Health as our official ‘Community Health and Wellbeing Partner’ for 2018.
ABL Health deliver community healthcare programs across ten different sites in the north of England and are passionate about tackling health inequalities and transforming the way that community healthcare works. Through their healthcare and health promotion services, ABL support people to be ‘active participants’ in the healthcare system and work to create a culture where people think and talk proactively about their health.
Kevin Harmer, UK Events & Sponsorship Manager said; “Sports Tours International are delighted to be to announce ABL Health as our official Community Health and Wellbeing Partner in 2018. Working with ABL Health alongside our MyFirst™ .
brand, will expertly guide and assist those runners who are new to running with expert content, help and advise from industry professionals”.
Denise Leslie, Chief Executive of ABL Health, said; “We are delighted to be working with Sports Tours International as the Community Health and Wellbeing Partner for these events, which give people really exciting opportunities to get active and improve their fitness. This partnership will allow us to support more people in being healthier and happier for longer and we look forward to bring our expertise to the table.”
Runners participating in a number of Sports Tours International events in the North West will have access to a number of assets, giving them all of the information they will need to be their best come race day. Healthy recipes, 10k Tips, free Skype consultations, at race meet ups and more will be available are amongst the full service which runners can expect.
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