Join the NLA Step Challenge at the 2017 Annual Scientific Sessions Meeting in Philadelphia, PA
The Challenge has been graciously sponsored by Kowa and encourages attendees to engage in healthy activities, some friendly competition, and win prizes.
We will be giving out FREE Bluetooth connected step trackers to the first 150 participants that come to the Step Challenge booth. The Challenge booth will be located in the Grand Ballroom Foyer and opens on Thursday May 18th at 12:30p EDT.
The NLA Step Challenge Mobile App also supports attendees that prefer to use their own FitBit, Jawbone or iPhone/Android smart phone step counters. (i)
To join simply:
1) Download the 'NLA Step Challenge' app in the Apple App or Google Play Stores
> Click here to download the app from the Apple App Store
> Click here to download the app from the Google Play Store
2) Complete the in-app registration process
> Non-case sensitive activation code is: kowa17
The Challenge starts on Thursday May 18, 2017 at 3:45 pm EDT and
ends Saturday May 20, 2017 at 8:30am EDT.
The NLA challenges all participants to exceed 15,000 steps during this day and a half program in honor of the 15th anniversary of the organization. We will be recognizing all those participants who exceed this goal.
Prize for the Top Stepper: Free registration to 2018 NLA Annual Scientific Session
Scan-In Giveaway: using the Challenge app's build-in QR reader, scan-in the QR codes located at the Kowa Booth and e-Poster Hall on Thursday & Friday for a chance to win a daily giveaway of a $75 Amazon Gift Card.
The winner of Thursday's giveaway will be informed via email that night. The top stepper and Friday's giveaway winner will be announced and distributed during the MWLA/SELA chapter business meeting on Saturday, May 20, 9:00 - 9:15am
The Step Challenge app requires iOS 9.0 and above on the following devices: iPhone 4S and above, iPad Air, Mini, and 3rd & 4th generation iPads. Android requirements: Android 4.3 and above that have not been customized by the phone-tablet manufacturer. Users may also use their own FitBit, Jawbone or iPhone/Android smart phone step counters.