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Catch Rally on Tour This Summer

By Staff | May 24, 2018 | Rally Health

Like many of you, Rally is hitting the road this summer. Our new Rally on the Road tour bus is heading to cities across the US to highlight the simple steps that people can take to improve their health.

The Rally tour bus will be popping up in cities across the country, from New York and Cleveland to Atlanta and Los Angeles. This year’s theme is “Get Your Mind & Body in Motion,” and visitors will definitely be doing that via activity courses that encourage people to move more and eat better.

Best of all, once you complete a course, you’ll spin the wheel for cool prizes inspired by Rally Health Ambassadors Kevin Hart, Maria Menounos, and Melvin Gordon, ranging from resistance bands and sleep masks to gift cards and other swag. There will also be an animated photo booth, perfect for creating GIF-worthy shots.

“Our goal with the Rally on the Road tour is to inspire people to get their mind and body in motion,” says Hart, who will appear at some of the stops and was there for the kickoff in Manhattan's Flatiron district.

Kevin’s fellow Rally Health Ambassadors Menounos and Gordon will also appear in select cities. Details will be announced on the Rally Health website.

Kevin-Hart-Maria-Menounos-NYC-2018.jpg#asset:67415Kevin Hart and Maria Menounos entertain the crowds in Manhattan.

To avoid lines and secure your spot, be sure to pre-register. (Scroll down and click on the “Learn More” button for each city.) People will be able to register onsite as well. Either way, plan on living healthy this summer with Rally.

ROTR-New-York-2018.jpg#asset:67416Doing some heavy lifting at Rally on the Road in New York.

“We’ve had the privilege of hosting thousands of people the last few years at our large-scale Rally HealthFest events, and thought it was a good time to take the show on the road,” says Rally president and COO David Ko. “We want to celebrate healthy living and show people some easy and actionable ways they can take control of their health.”

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Rally Health