The Army’s Army to Host Spa Day for Surviving Military Spouses to Relax and Recharge
Local organizations partner for upcoming event benefiting National Gold Star Wives
Fayetteville, NC – April 2, 2014 – The Army’s Army, in partnership with The Spa Fitness and Wellness Center at Bordeaux and Buffalo Wild Wings, will host a special Spa Day event for surviving military spouses. The event, which benefits Survivor Outreach Services Gold Star Wives, will take place on Saturday, April 5th, in conjunction with National Gold Star Wives Day, from 11:00am-2:30pm at the Spa Fitness and Wellness Center on Boone Trail Road.
During the event, attendees will enjoy a wide range of fitness activities designed to help them unwind and recharge, including a fun, upbeat Zumba class, and a relaxing Yoga class. All participants will also receive a free lunch, provided by Buffalo Wild Wings, and a special gift bag full of spa products and gift certificates to take home.
“We honored to be hosting this event on National Gold Star Wives Day, in recognition of the strength and sacrifice of military spouses nationwide,” commented Janine West, Executive Director of The Army’s Army. “We’d like to thank The Spa Fitness and Wellness Centers of Fayetteville and Buffalo Wild Wings for their continued support and participation in this very special Spa Day event.”
When a soldier is killed in the line of duty, the loved ones left behind often have a difficult time coping and finding a place to escape from the grief. The upcoming Army’s Army event not only gives military husbands and wives an opportunity to strengthen their mind, body and spirit through physical fitness but build lasting relationships with other surviving families who have also experienced a similar loss.
“We’re excited to be a partnering with the Army’s Army to host such a wonderful event for spouses of fallen soldiers,” commented Bill Libby, President of The Spa Fitness and Wellness Center at Bordeaux. “This is a great opportunity for us to not only show our support for Gold Star Wives but also give back to the military families right here in our community.”
If you would like to make a donation to The Army’s Army to help support initiatives like the Children of the Fallen Mentoring Program, please contact Janine West at (910)709-9671 or [email protected]
About The Army’s Army:
The Army’s Army is a nationally recognized 501(c)(3) non-profit volunteer organization made up of citizens and businesses who have pledged their support to those in the military. We do everything we can to make soldiers, veterans and their families feel welcome, appreciated and safe. The Army’s Army is dedicated to “watching over those who watch over us©.” For additional information, please visit www.armysarmy.com or www.brieffromthefront.com.