Nestlé National Fitness Competition
Inspiring members toward achieving tangible, short-term fitness objectives.
Nestlé has been a generous, longtime supporter of Boys & Girls Clubs locally. As of December 2014, BGCA is excited to join Nestlé in a three-year national partnership. The goal is to inspire members toward achieving tangible, short-term fitness objectives. Clubs will host Fitness Competitions for members of all ages to encourage a positive, competitive spirit and challenge young people to reach new heights in physical activity.

Clubs will host their local competitions each fall and spring, with fun activities that will appeal to members of diverse interests and abilities. To create the positive competition necessary for developing the grit, tenacity and resilience young people need, each activity will include a part to allow members to compete against themselves to inspire self-motivation.

About Nestlé in the United States
Nestlé in the United States is committed to being a trusted leader in nutrition, health and wellness. It has a diverse portfolio of food and beverage products, and provides nutritious options for every member of the family – including infants, toddlers, teens, adults, mature adults, dogs and cats.

Nestlé in the United States consists of seven main businesses including Nestlé USA, Nestlé Purina PetCare Company, Nestlé Waters North America, Nestlé Nutrition, Nestlé Professional, Nespresso and Nestlé Health Science. Together, these companies operate in more than 120 locations in 47 states and employ more than 51,000 people.

The United States is Nestlé’s largest market, with combined product sales totaling more than $26 billion in 2014. Nestlé believes for its business to prosper in the long term, it must create value for its employees, customers, stakeholders, consumers, and the communities where they live and work. Nestlé embeds Creating Shared Value (CSV) into every part of its business, from nutrition and wellness to environmental sustainability and responsible sourcing.
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