Win the Workout Wednesdays Grand Prize Giveaway Sept. 10
The season finale of Workout Wednesdays is here and so is your chance to win our grand prize giveaway!
Enter to win a wireless Bluetooth sound system, a year membership to Crunch Fitness (555 12th Street NW) and more as part of our grand prize package!
To enter, take a picture of yourself striking a pose in your favorite Downtown location and share it on Twitter, Facebook, Instagram or Vine with the label #WorkoutWednesdays. The contest will close at 10 a.m. Sept. 10 and is open to all Workout Wednesdays participants who have attended at least two workouts this summer. We'll pick the most unique shot and announce the winner at the Sept. 10 Workout Wednesdays session held in in Franklin Park. (Winner must be present to receive the prize package.)
All attendees next Wednesday will get to take a free "Weightless" class from Crunch. This strength and flexibility class uses your own body weight and gravity to get you in tip-top shape.
To participate, arrive at the park (13th & K streets NW) before 5:30 p.m. to check in for this free, professional workout and enjoy giveaways from sponsors Crunch, Freshii (1015 15th Street NW) and Sports Zone Elite (675 H Street NW).
Carr Workplaces returns for our closing event to share Rita's Water Ice and frisbees with participants and to offer bottled water.
Registration and a completed waiver are required for all new attendees. (Pre-register and complete the waiver online here.)
Previously registered participants will just need to check in with BID staff each week to get a #WorkoutWednesdays wristband.
Come join the fun and support DowntownDC's Healthy Communities initiative. Share your experiences with @downtowndcbid, use #WorkoutWednesdays and check for updates on our Facebook page at: https://www.facebook.com/DowntownDCBID.
Workout Wednesdays is part of the BID's ongoing effort to enliven Franklin Park with dynamic programming. The 5-acre park is undergoing a significant renovation with support from the BID, the National Park Service, the D.C. Office of Planning and the District Department of Parks and Recreation. To learn more about the future of Franklin Park, visit http://www.franklinparkdc.org.