Stephen P. Smith, CEO & Creator of HOTWORX, recently attended the Sacred Mountain Gala on February 16th, along with Senior Vice President, Nancy Price, and HOTWORX Franchisees, Lindsay and Jarod Guier. The fundraiser was hosted to benefit Sacred Mountain Retreat Center (SMRC), a non-profit center located near Deadwood in the Black Hills that brings our military, first responders, and their families to South Dakota for a time of respite and healing. Members of the HOTWORX team were overwhelmingly humbled by the experience and have pledged to join SMRC in their mission to create avenues for forward movement with new and reinvigorated paths to healing and re-established positive life building endeavors.
Sacred Mountain Retreat Center has completed the build out of a new workout facility available for guests of the center. HOTWORX has graciously donated two of its virtually instructed, infrared workout saunas for the facility. Jerrid Geving, Chief Executive Officer of SMRC, has invited Nancy Price to the ribbon cutting ceremony on Friday, May 3rd, for the new workout facility. Price shared, “We consider it an honor and privilege to have established not only a partnership, but a long-lasting friendship, between Sacred Mountain Retreat Center and HOTWORX. As the sister of three military veterans with a daughter currently in the service, this cause is near and dear to my heart. HOTWORX is proud to offer an additional avenue for SMRC guests to achieve the positive growth they desire through our infrared workout saunas.” Core Health and Fitness has also donated two Schwinn indoor cycling bikes and Cinemation Design has graciously provided gym flooring for the new workout facility. The partnership between Sacred Mountain Retreat Center and HOTWORX will allow guests of the center to experience the physical and spiritual benefits of infrared heat absorption for many years to come.
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