Healthy Heart Challenge
Join us and participate in the fourth annual Healthy Heart Challenge. In partnership with the American Heart Association’s Guilford Heart Ball, Bank of Oak Ridge is proud to sponsor the 2016 Healthy Heart Challenge.
As one of the Triad’s Healthiest Employers recognized by the Triad Business Journal, Bank of Oak Ridge has made the health of our employees a strong focus within our company. Now, Bank of Oak Ridge is once again encouraging all citizens of Guilford County to not only bank as they should, but to take care of their hearts as they should.
As part of the Healthy Heart Challenge, Bank of Oak Ridge will be accepting nominations from men and women who have made, or would like to challenge themselves to make, lifestyle changes to prevent heart disease and stroke starting April 1, 2016 and ending on May 31, 2016.
Enter To Win A Prize Package
To nominate yourself or someone in your life who should be recognized and rewarded for heart-healthy efforts, visit our Bank of Oak Ridge’s Nomination page or visit a Bank of Oak Ridge location for details on how to enter the Healthy Heart Challenge. Three winners will be announced at the Healthy Heart Challenge celebration in the fall of 2016 at Bank of Oak Ridge’s Corporate Center. Winners will receive great prize packages from one of our three sponsors, Fleet Feet, The Fresh Market or the American Heart Association, and become the “Faces of Heart Health” in Guilford County for 2016. Once entries are received and reviewed, you will have an opportunity to vote on your favorite Healthy Heart Challenge entry in August. Winners will be annouced after the online voting period. Review the complete official contest rules here.
The Seven Heart Risk Factors
Heart disease is the No. 1 killer of both men and women in the United States, accounting for nearly one third of all deaths in the nation. Stroke is the 4th leading cause of death and a leading cause of permanent disability. The American Heart Association’s Life’s Simple 7™ program focuses on the seven risk factors for cardiovascular disease and recommends a personalized plan to reduce each area. Visit www.mylifecheck.org for more details.