Thrive Health Fair Inspires Business and Personal Health in Gilbert

The Thrive Health Initiative is holding the Inaugural Thrive Health Fair from April 25 to 27, at the Power Ranch Barn, in Gilbert. Each day is geared towards a different segment of the community and will feature business empowerment, health education and a family day with a 10k relay.

Day one is the Thrive Business Day, where selected business leaders will educate and empower local business owners that want to learn how to keep their businesses healthy, resulting in profitable growth, no matter what the economic indicators look like.

Day two is the Thrive Health Education Day, led by Dr. Jason Mulder, a Gilbert wellness physician who also hosts a radio show in the Valley (The Dr. Jason Show). Other speakers include Dr. Troy Amdahl, Dr. Brett Brimhall and Dr. Matt Mannino.

Day three is Community Day, co-sponsored by The Power Ranch Community Association and supported by the town of Gilbert and local health minded businesses across the Valley. A portion of the proceeds from this event will go toward funding preventative and healing treatments for deserving, underserved families in the community.

For more information, call 480-332-8233, email or visit Register for the race at

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