iCEO QUALITY WELLNESS CELEBRITY WEEKEND – MISSOURI CITY, TEXAS 2013

Quality Wellness, NFL rising star Stephen Williams and iCEO Foundation have combined forces to service children and youth wellness needs in Missouri City, Texas.

“We want kids to be mentally and physically prepared to Capitalize Every Opportunity.” Michael Williams The iCEO Foundation

Together, we formulate an uplift center for Achieving Wellness. Coach Queen’s Learn and Burn Childhood Obesity and Hunger Project consist of an interactive physical education curriculum and family fitness festival event tour to provide help in our nation’s fight against Childhood Obesity and Hunger.

The iC.E.O. Foundation (Capitalize Every Opportunity) and Quality Wellness are to present the 1st Annual Celebrity Fitness Festival Weekend ( hosted by Seattle Seahawks NFL risng star and Missouri City, Texas native Stephen Williams. Our goal is to promote optimal health potential as well as bring awareness to childhood obesity, hunger and other health related diseases.  Friday Luncheon Networking ‘Meet and Greet’ mixer celebration – Saturday!!!  A smorgasbord of physical activities for kids and adults;  … 3 (50 min) fit classes;  Yoga, zumba, and an iCEO boot camp – Sports activities and drills for the kids (girls/boys) –  free fitness assessments and seminars, food and more all at one event.  The Saturday festival finale will be the Celebrity Softball game… followed by an All White Party nightcap.  Sunday!!! iCEO presents The Fit N Sexy Ultimate Day Party.

We at the Childhood Obesity Hunger Project believe that as a result of a lack of proper physical education along with certain financial and familial circumstances, disadvantaged environments do not have the resources to be inspired to participate and succeed. Thus, QW seeks to provide the missing resources through stimulating and enriching programs and events; ones that will sustain the interests of both young and old producing healthy thinkers to become positive change-agents in their communities.

Help us preserve our most important natural resource … Our Children.

For more information please contact The iCEO Foundation at 281.772.3390 or [email protected].