Health and Fitness Expo to be held Jan. 22 in Carmel Valley

Three Carmel Valley entrepreneurs and experts in health and fitness are collaborating to sponsor the second annual “Health and Fitness Expo.” The Expo is a free event that will highlight the best options Carmel Valley and Del Mar area residents have for creating and maintaining a healthy lifestyle.

Joe Gold, president of The Training Club, Jim Someck, founder of Jimbo’s… Naturally!, and Bob Rauch, owner of the Serenity Spa and Salon at the Hilton Campus San Diego, will present the latest research and techniques of comprehensive well being at the Carmel Valley Health and Fitness Expo. The Expo will take place Jan. 22 at the Hilton Garden Inn, San Diego/Del Mar from 10 a.m. – 2 p.m. Gold, Someck, and Rauch say they want to give attendees more tools to achieve their health and fitness goals.

For more information and registration visit www.carmelvalleyfitexpo.com.

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