ThickHealth.org!
Obesity Summit & Fit Camp
               We Need Your Support

2009 - CityData.com reports that Port  Arthur & Beaumont, Texas has an obesity rate of 30.3%  and  low income pre school obesity rate is 15.1%.  While the numbers for the state of Texas is 26% and pre-school 15.7%

Please join us and support our efforts to make a difference!
ThickHealth.org! A 501(c)(3) Non Profit
Teaching Health & Increasing Consciousness & Knowledge
                                           ThickHealth.org!
Is currently requesting sponsors for our Fit Camp.  Please view the sponsor grid below if you would like to become a Sponsor or Vendor, please contact Tracy at:  214.995.5919.
Platinum Sponsor:
$1000
Name/Logo on All Media
T-Shirts, Front Logo
*Television
*Radio
Website with 1 year current product/service advertisement
Program/Flyer
Speaking Opportunity Day of Event - As long as needed not to exceed 15 minutes (fifteen) may be broken up
Tent w/choice location
Gold Sponsor: 
$500
Name/Logo on Media
T-Shirts, Back Logo (*large)
*Television
Website with 6 months  current product/service advertisement
Program/Flyer
Speaking Opportunity Day of Event - As long as needed not to exceed 10 minutes (ten)
Booth- 2 tables
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                                                                                Letís Change Your Life, Together!
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Friday, July 15, 2011                                         Saturday, July 16, 2011
Obesity Summit                                                Fit Camp
  1p.m. - 4p.m.                                                      9a.m. - 4:30p.m.
Port Arthur  Public Library                                   People Supporting People
4615 9th Avenue                                                1123 Dr Ranson Howard St
Port Arthur, Texas 77642                                    Port Arthur, Texas 
                                                                        Formerly 7th Street
               
             Fit Camp In Association With - People Supporting People - Mrs. Sandra LaDay
                         Proceeds To Combat Obesity, Provide Education & Awareness

Five Minutes Or Less For Health


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           Diabetes

Diabetes affects 25.8 million people of all ages
8.3 percent of the U.S. population

DIAGNOSED
18.8 million people

UNDIAGNOSED
7.0 million people
-CDC- 
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Calendar     Resources   ThickHealth.org!  Partners
Silver Sponsor:
$350

Name/Logo on  Media
T-Shirts, Back Logo (*small)
Website with 3 months  current product/service advertisement
Program/Flyer
Speaking Opportunity Day of Event - As long as needed not to exceed 5 minutes (five)
Booth - table
Gold Sponsor:
$250 
Name on Media
T-Shirts, Back (*large)
Website with 1 month product/service advertisement
Speaking Opportunity Day of Event - As long as needed not to exceed 3 minutes (three)
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Disclaimer:  All information is intended for your general knowledge only and is not a substitute for medical advice or treatment for specific medical conditions.


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                  Our Sponsors 
People Supporting People - Sandra LaDay

KFDM Channel 6 - Bill Leger & Scott Lawrence

Judice's French Market - Port Arthur, TX

B & B Ice - Mikey Hearn

Jason's Deli - Adam Richardson & Michelle Smith

Sandra Henson - Jefferson County Diabetes Program

Marva Jaimson - Zumba Instructor
 
Our Sponsors
ThickHealth.org! Would like to thank the City of Port Arthur, Mayor Deloris Prince, Assistant Christe Smith and Parks & Recreation's Manager, Thad Sanders for their help as we worked to bring the 2011 "Healthy Me" Walk A Thon to the City  of Port Arthur but was not supported by local sponsorship  and cancelled.