MUV Fitness centers to begin annual food drive early

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SPOKANE, Wash. — MUV Fitness gyms across Spokane is starting its annual food drive early to aid and support in the fight against hunger.

MUV partnered with Second Harvest Spokane, Clackamas Service Center (in Oregon), and Volunteers of America for this food drive campaign.

“With inflation at an all-time high and when money is tight, this is when those that have the means should do their part and help those that are struggling to make ends meet and feed their families” said Chip Schwerzel, owner of MUV Fitness.

Last year, MUV delivered record-breaking amounts to local food banks, shelters, and charities. They hope to break the record again this year.

“We have our sights set on this being the largest food drive of any privately held company” said MUV Fitness owner Jeff Carlson. “Our annual food drive is special because we typically have a steady stream of non-gym members coming in to donate food.”

All non-MUV fitness members that donate 10 canned food items can workout free until the end of the year.

You can find a MUV Fitness gym near you here.

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