Power Systems Hosts a Row-a-Thon to Benefit the City of Houston

Power Systems a leading supplier of fitness accessory products recently partnered with WaterRower and OrangeTheory Fitness to host a Row-a-Thon to benefit the City of Houston who was affected by Hurricane Harvey. 

The event was hosted at the OrangeTheory Fitness Bearden location in Knoxville, TN and was part of a Nationwide initiative from WaterRower. The Power Systems team donated various equipment for the children’s obstacle course and sponsored a burpee challenge. Additionally, members of the Power Systems team partnered with the local Knoxville community to ensure all 13 WaterRowers were active for the entire 2 hours of the event. In total participates in the event rowed 349,002 meters and completed 113 burpees, raising $350.00 for the City of Houston. 

“Today Power Systems joined the fitness community to help those in need” said Power Systems General Manager Josh Goldman “A community of people who genuinely care and support others, we are proud to have participated.”

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