Support the mission to cure ALS
Inspire your customers with a MEPs exercise challenge supporting a noble cause: Augie's Quest.
The ultimate goal of the Augie's Quest Challenge is to raise $500k for ALS research. By getting involved, your club or studio can make a difference in the lives of people like Augie Nieto, founder of Life Fitness, who lives with ALS.
Engage your customers pre-summer with a MEPs challenge and raise money for a noble cause: Augie's Quest.
The challenge runs May 1st - June 18th. You have all of April to promote the challenge. Promotion is a key component to this fundraiser’s success.
Register your club or studio today to get involved. After signing up we’ll share more resources to make promoting the challenge easy.
From digital assets for social media to print collateral for in-club or in-studio promotion, we’ve got you covered with challenge marketing materials. Simply download, print, and share to get your customers excited and supporting the cause.
Download the Challenge Promotion Guide for more on how to get your customers joining this great challenge.
Customers with a Myzone belt donate a minimum of $15.01 to join the challenge. Customers without a belt can purchase a discounted MZ-3 for $65 + $15.01
Earn MEPs to win raffle tickets from May 1st - June 18th! The first raffle ticket will be awarded once a customer hits 1,501 MEPs. An extra ticket will be awarded for every 100 MEPs earned after 1,501, up to 5,000 MEPs.
With $50,000 in prizes, your customers will have a chance to win incredible prizes like Precor, Nautilus, Stages, Myzone, and Total Gym fitness equipment, as well as luxurious vacation packages.
Ready to make an impact?
Register for the challenge today and help fund ALS research.
For official challenge rules, please visit myzone.org/1501-challenge/rules. This challenge is administered and sponsored by Myzone Inc. Restrictions apply. No purchase necessary to enter or win. Purchase will not increase your chance of winning. Void where prohibited by law. Open to Myzone users 18 years of age or older. Consult a physician before adopting a new exercise regimen.