FEELING GOOD. Jerry Loyola (left), assistant store team leader for Subway Investments Corp., congratulates Charles Peters, first place winner of the 16-39 age group in the recently concluded Gold's Gym Body Success Challenge.
CHALAN LAULAU - In support of promoting a healthy and fit lifestyle, Coca-Cola Beverage Company (Micronesia), Inc. and Subway Restaurants partnered with Gold's Gym in holding this year's Body Success Challenge.
Johnnie Fong, managing director, Coca-Cola Beverage Co. (Micronesia), Inc. and president, Subway Investments Corporation, extends his felicitations to the winners and acknowledges those who participated in the competition as "an inspiration" to the community.
Fong said, "They have the ability to influence other people in making a decision to adopt a healthy and fit lifestyle. Their example will have a positive impact on the community."
Both Subway and Coke have extended monetary and product support to organizations that promote health and educational programs across the islands.
Recently, Coke and Subway joined American Red Cross in the successful walk for a cause.
Two of the most trusted brands in the food and beverage industry, Subway and Coke are giving back to the community.
Fong said, "Health has always been and continues to be a major platform our Group of Companies support. This partnership reinforces the importance of living a healthy lifestyle and what it means to our community."
Meanwhile, Eric Plinske, president, Gold's Gym Saipan, expressed his gratitude to Subway, Coca Cola, and other major sponsors of the event for making the Body Success Challenge a huge success. He also thanked the participants noting that they will serve as good role models to those who would like to follow in their footsteps.