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The Summit Offers an Alternative Activity for the Morning After Thanksgiving


Shoppers are invited to start their day after Thanksgiving with something a little different by joining The Summit Lifestyle Center for a complimentary yoga session sponsored by Reno Running Company and athletic apparel company, lululemon.  On Friday, November 23 at 7 a.m. the companies will host an hour-long yoga session for shoppers in the holiday plaza at The Summit.

Guests are invited to participate in the hour-long session instructed by lululemon ambassador Melissa Martinez before they begin their day of shopping. All attendees must bring their own mats and are encouraged to dress warmly, as the session will take place outside in the holiday plaza, between Vans and Tilly’s. Space is limited, first come first served.

Reno Running Company’s Aimee Balzer has been looking forward to this event for quite some time.

“We are so happy to partner with lululemon in this fun twist on the morning after Thanksgiving,” said Balzer. “We are encouraging people to start their big shopping day off right by stretching and enjoying a complimentary yoga session. The holidays can be a stressful time, and what better way to reduce that stress than to attend a yoga class.”

Following the session shoppers can visit with Reno Running Company where running and yoga experts will be available to answer any questions guests may have. Refreshments will be provided by Arbonne and Nature’s Bakery. Black Friday deals will begin at Reno Running Company at 8:00 a.m. In addition there will be a selection of lululemon items available for purchase until 11 a.m.

The day continues at The Summit with giveaways totaling $3,000 in gift cards! Guests can register to win one of six $500 gift cards throughout the day at specified times and locations.

The Summit will be open the day after Thanksgiving from 8:00 a.m. to 9:00 p.m. For more information on activities and promotions happening at The Summit during the holidays, visit www.TheSummitOnline.com/Reno or call 775-853-7800.


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