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RivalHealth CEO, Pete Durand, to Keynote MBGH Annual Awards Luncheon

Pete Durand, CEO of RivalHealth, will keynote MBGH's Annual Awards Luncheon on April 27, 2017 11:30-1:00 at Rhodes College. He will also sit in on our CEO Culture of Health Learning Session at 10:00 that morning. 

Fitness, it's what Pete does. A recovering engineer, MBA and somewhat scarred/successful entrepreneur, he decided that pouring passion into your career makes sense only if you REALLY believe in what you do.

Eight years ago Pete started RivalHealth, a company focused on delivering fully customized and individual exercise/nutrition (=fitness) solutions to individuals, companies, schools and universities. RivalHealth is now in all 50 states, 12 countries and 66 languages.

A successful corporate executive and entrepreneur at companies like Kimberly Clark, Eaton and General Electric, Pete was inspired to start RivalHealth because of the powerful impact proper fitness and nutrition can have on all walks of life. He is an accomplished triathlete, exercise junkie, nutrition nut and NASM Certified Personal Trainer (CPT). Pete holds a BS in Industrial Engineering, an MBA and is a former Ernst & Young Entrepreneur of the Year for the Carolinas.

Pete is an inspiration to both employers and employees and his passion shows! You don't want to miss this opportunity to be uplifted by his message and head back to work ready to implement some of his practical, yet impactful, suggestions.

Click here to add the CEO Culture of Health Learning Session on your calendar and here to add the Annual Awards Luncheon. Click download event to get calendar appointment. Registration for both events will start in March.

Posted by Cristie Travis at 7:44 AM

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