Working Out for a Worthy Cause

With only a few weeks left until the deadline on his weight-loss challenge, Don has the fitness pedal to the medal. For the past couple months, Don has been eating right and working out on a daily basis under the guidance of his trainer, Obe Roundtree, at Full Circle Training. For every pound lost, Don has personally donated $50 to the PA Wounded Warriors association.

Don has been shedding pounds left and right, and it’s your support and contributions that have kept him inspired. From everyone here at Elek, we would like to thank those of you who have donated so far and express our gratitude to those of you still planning to support Don’s initiative. Please Click here to read more about how you can help keep Don motivated by donating today!

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