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KID'S CONTEST: City Shred Kids Colouring Initiative to Keep Them Safe, Healthy & Happy


To fuel more positivity and say thanks to our frontline workers - CITY SHRED is kicking off a colouring page contest that will thank our Canadian frontline workers this week for Good Friday & Easter weekend! Parents are invited to print out the colouring sheets – which will be available on @City_Shred and @City_ShredKidsInstagram pages w - and have their kids colour them in and post them on their channels for a chance to win a $200 gift card to Indigo. More information can be found @City_Shred -  the aim is to gives kids across the nation a positive outlet spread the importance of staying safe, happy and healthy – inside and out.


We would love to know if you’d be interested in helping us share the CITY SHRED colouring initiative

to help bring a little bit of extra joy and excitement to others. If so, we are also happy to share images, the colouring pages and/or a couple stories to share/post. The contest is hosted on Instagram and will change weekly with new prizes. To enter, individuals are asked to print & post on social media tagging@city_shred & @city_shredkids wth the hashtag #virtualhigh5.


To help keep kids (and adults) active and positive – CITY SHRED, Instagram’s largest fitness event, also recently launched the City Shred Online Sweat Series, a daily schedule of sessions from top trainers and teachers across the country on the @City_Shred Instagram page, which includes kid’s dance classes Monday to Friday at 1:30PM and weekly Kids Mindful Meditations, too.  


Lastly, CITY SHRED also hosted first Virtual Shred event on Zoom on Mar.25 to get the fit fam back together - with 250 people sweating alongside one another, virtually.  This Saturday, April 11, City Shred will host its 2nd Virtual Shred on Zoom at 12PM EST. We’d love for you and the family to join in. There are six great trainers and prizes to be won, too. To register – please find the link here:



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