A Health & Wellness Recovery Summit will take place on Saturday, October 19, 2019, at 2536 16th Avenue in Vero Beach (New Port Club) from 2 p.m. to 6 p.m. Organizers of the event are currently looking for vendors to expo their services, products, and interact with the public regarding healthy living practices, and engaging ways to calm one’s mind, body, and spirit.
All Things Positive
Whether there’s a need for anxiety release, stress reduction, channeling one’s inner self for awareness and soul-searching, those who attend Recovery Summit will have every avenue of healthy living at their reach. In times of duress, it is easy to turn to negative vices as a quick fix. Our community is full of so many positive, healing, natural, and spiritual alternatives, however, and those resources are what organizers of the summit want Vero Beach locals to realize.
“The healthier you are on the inside, the healthier you become on the outside, and vice versa,” said George Colon, one of the organizers of the Summit. “We want to welcome vendors to display their services and goods, share their healthy ways of living, and be a guide for those in the community who are seeking a healthier way of life in general.”
If you are interested in becoming a vendor, please contact New Port Club manager at 772.562.4544, or George Colon at 772.532.9332 to receive information on applying. Costs per space varies, inquire further for details.
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