Preventive screenings, health and nutrition lifestyle changes, and simple fitness routines can be the difference maker for us and our families. Through continued research, awareness, and education, we Go Red together toward a heart-healthy Pennsylvania.
Harrisburg, Pennsylvania (PRWEB)
June 14, 2017
Patricia A. (Patti) Husic, President and CEO of Centric Bank, today presented the 2017 Capital Region Go Red for Women Luncheon with a call for central Pennsylvania women to Know Your Numbers. Co-hosted by Valerie Pritchett of abc27 News and Sue Campbell of WINK 104, and sponsored by Penn State Health Heart and Vascular Institute, the sold-out annual luncheon was held Wednesday, June 14, from 9:45 a.m. to 1:30 p.m. at The Hotel Hershey.
“In the world of banking, we know numbers never lie—numbers reveal the health of our bank and our ability to serve customers, provide for employees, and make a difference in our communities. The same is true of our heart health, and that’s why the Capital Region American Heart Association is proud to educate attendees and encourage all women to known their numbers and Go Red together,” says Husic, who is a long-time women’s health advocate. “Emphasizing education, risk factors, and easy prevention tips, we’ll hear inspirational speakers, share our stories on the #CentricRedCouch, shop the “Pursonalities” silent auction, and ignite a conversation online at #GoRedHbg.
“For the first time at a Go Red event, we’re offering a winning combination to know your numbers: screenings, a healthy recipe, and exercise. Penn State Health…