Get Fit and Support a Good Cause Ultimate Fitness to Donate Membership Fees PDF Print E-mail
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Written by Lindsey Lobur   
Tuesday, 03 December 2013 16:25

Rock Island, IL–Start the New Year out right by getting fit and healthy while supporting a local charity at the same time. When new members make a donation of $27 or more to Christian Care during the month of December, they will receive a discount on their membership fees at Ultimate Fitness. But—even more importantly—they will be helping to support the programs of Christian Care as it works to transform the lives of the abused women and children and the homeless men they serve. Simply present a Christian Care donation receipt to one of two Quad City Ultimate Fitness locations and sign up for a new membership. For more information call Lindsey at Christian Care at (309) 786-5734.

Ultimate Fitness provides a full range of services for members and their guests at two world-class facilities in Bettendorf and Rock Island. Designed with members in mind, the atmosphere is very comfortable and there are 15 separate private rooms (instead of one big fishbowl like most clubs). Ultimate Fitness has been serving the QCA for over 20 years, and they offer the most equipment in the Quad Cities, so there is never any waiting! Twelve-month memberships are a great value, starting at $29.95 a month, or at a discounted rate for yearly memberships paid in full. As an added bonus, member-ships include free tanning or free use of ActivTrax. See www.qcultimatefitness.com for full membership details or give them a call at (563) 355-4741.

Christian Care transforms the lives of a growing number of homeless men and abused women and children 24 hours a day, 7 days a week. Through their domestic violence shelter and their rescue mission they provide safe shelter, nutritious meals, clothing, counseling, rigorous programs, referrals and guidance for those in need. Christian Care serves homeless individuals, victims of domestic violence, veterans, men and women coming out of prison, and those with mentally illness, providing their residents with an opportunity to start new, more productive lives.

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