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Bored in the house? Gather your family and compete in a fun fitness-filled scavenger hunt hosted by Benswic!
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Good News! Benswic wants to keep you entertained during this quarantine and a scavenger hunt is one of the best ways to do it. This event will occur every Thursday at 6pm through a Zoom Meeting. Download Zoom (Client for Meetings) to access the event on a computer, tablet or smartphone. No account or profile needed! To receive the zoom meeting link, register and pay below. Event FREE.
 

The Rules are as follows:

    1. We will call out 10 items (one at a time).
    2. Participants have 45 seconds to find the item in their home and show the item on their screen.
    3. If the participant does not have the item they must complete 30 seconds of fitness (to be announced with each item). These exercises include but are not limited to: pushup, burpees, sit-up, jumping jacks, and mountain climbers.
    4. The winner(s) will receive bragging rights.
    5. HAVE FUN!

NOTE: Registration is limited to 100 seats. Registration closes at 11:59pm the Tuesday before the event. The zoom meeting link will be emailed to those who registered and paid at least 24 hours before the event. 

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