Who else is getting excited about the upcoming QCFitFest Health & Fitness Expo?

This Saturday, September 11, 2021 from 11AM – 6PM the River Center in Davenport is the place to be if you want to shoot baskets with Former NBA players.  Maybe you want to get inside an actual MMA cage to meet some UFC Hall of Famers? Or maybe get some workout advise from a World Class Body Builder? All will be available at this event!!

2X NBA Champion, Jason Caffey, who started his career with the Chicago Bulls will be joining a special guest at the Health & Fitness Expo as well as the Hardwood Heroes basketball camp as a guest coach. Jason has been serving his communities by coaching, teaching and sharing his extensive knowledge of hard work on and off the court.

If your son or daughter is between 4th grade to 12th grade and you would like to sign them up for the basketball camp, do so at this registration link - https://bit.ly/3yVioyl

Other featured guests include Don Frye from the UFC, Ken Yasuda and a ton more!

Also, 40 interactive vendors engaging and educating their attendees and tons of kid activities like a rock wall, inflatable obstacle course, face painting and a magician.

You’ll be able to learn from doctors, personal trainers, wellness practitioners, martial arts masters and many others in the health and fitness field!
Plus they'll have interactive stations set up where throughout the day you’ll be able to watch live boxing sparring, yoga, jiu-jitsu, weight lifting, dance routines and more.
This will be an expo like you’ve never seen! Tickets are purchased at the door and are only $10 or $5 for 13 and under.
They're on a mission of making the Quad Cities a happier and healthier community and showing you all the amazing services and products right here in our own backyard that can help you start or continue on your health and fitness journey!
To find out about upcoming and future events visit our website QCFitFest.com

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