Break out the legwarmers, Atlanta.
The city’s two-time Oscar winner and pioneering exercise video queen Jane
Fonda is set to break a sweat at the Georgia Dome on May 1 to
benefit her Georgia Campaign for Adolescent Pregnancy Prevention.
While Intel was tipped in advance, the official website for tickets is
set to go live later Monday at Fonda’s non-profit’s official Website.
Fonda and celebrity fitness friends, including Denise Austin, Billy
Blanks and Richard Simmons will also be attempting to
establish a new Guinness Book of World Records entry by filling the
Georgia Dome with thousands of Atlantans exercising simultaneously.
“At its core, it’s a celebration of good health,” explain organizers,
“and an important call to action to motivate the masses to commit to
good health practices.”
The World Fitness Day Workout for 3,000-plus participants will commence
bright and early at the Dome at 8:30 a.m.
Fonda has also lined up some influential Atlantans to flesh out her
steering committee for the event, including co-chairs Home Depot
co-founder Arthur Blank and wife Stephanie and Mindspring
founder Charles Brewer.
Other steering committee members include:
Wendy Babchin, Ginny Brewer, Denise Cohen, Camille Love, Wanda McGha
and Mary Jo Portman.
For details, visit the official G-CAPP website.