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Nelson County Gazette: Franchisee Founds Non-Profit to Focus on Connection Between Working Out and Inner peace
Program provides veterans with camaraderie

 Workout Anytime in Bardstown, KY is partnering with Lift for the 22 to provide gym memberships to veterans in the lead up to Memorial Day, and the Nelson County Gazette spoke with Workout Anytime General Manager Maggie Davis and Lift for the 22 founder Carter Davis about the partnership.

The article details Carter's background and founding of Lift for the 22, as well as how the foundation began partnering with Workout Anytime.

Said Carter Davis to the Gazette, “I realized after I went to the gym, I felt better. I was able to reconcile in my mind some of the anxiety I had. It provided an outlet for me that was positive. I want to provide veterans across the country with the same camaraderie we experienced in the military."

The piece also describes the personal connection Maggie Davis has to the veteran community, and explains how Workout Anytime in Bardstown is working to provide even more memberships.

Said Maggie Davis, “Starting a fitness journey can be difficult. We understand that everyone has different starting points, but we’re here to help you. The majority of what we raise is put back in our facility to help future veterans who enter the program.

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