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Massage Envy’s Utah locations to help fight arthritis
First Published Sep 09 2013 02:55 pm • Last Updated Sep 12 2013 10:48 am

On Sept. 18, Massage Envy Utah and the Arthritis Foundation have joined forces to host Healing Hands for Arthritis, a one-day event to build awareness and raise funds to fight arthritis.

Massage Envy Utah’s 15 locations will donate $10 from every one-hour massage or facial to the Arthritis Foundation.

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Massage Envy Spas

Salt Lake City

655 E. 400 South

2236 S. 1300 East

American Fork

356 N. 750 West

Bountiful

24 S. 500 West

Draper

219 E. 12300 South

Layton

519 Ring Road

Midvale

7682 S. Union Park Ave.

Murray

6352 S. State St.

Orem

1068 S. 750 East

Park City

1476 Newpark Blvd.

Sandy

1838 E. 9400 South

St. George

1091 N. Bluff

2376 E. Redcliffs

South Jordan

11553 S. Parkway Plaza Drive

West Jordan

6884 S. Redwood

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"We strongly encourage the Utah community to come out on Sept. 18 to help fight arthritis, a disease that affects 50 million Americans and is America’s leading cause of disability," said Ren Waters, regional developer.

To make an appointment for the Healing Hands for Arthritis event, contact your local Massage Envy. Reservations are being accepted on a first-come, first-served basis.

All proceeds will support the Arthritis Foundation’s nationwide efforts to prevent, control and cure arthritis.

In addition, Massage Envy Spa’s skin care partner, Murad, will donate 10 percent of all sales from their products sold at the Massage Envy Spa location in Orem during the event to the Arthritis Foundation. Additionally, Wyndmere and BioFreeze will donate 10 percent of all sales from their products from all Massage Envy locations.

Massage Envy, based in Scottsdale, Ariz., is the leading provider of therapeutic massage in the United States.

The Arthritis Foundation is committed to raising awareness and reducing the impact of this serious and painful disease.




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