‘PLN Presents’ with Kenneth Cooper
Steps for Life: How to Increase the Odds for a Lifetime of Good Health & Reduce Healthcare Costs
Dr. Kenneth Cooper, the “father of aerobics,” returns to his hometown for “PLN Presents,” a downtown Oklahoma City session intended for the Greater Oklahoma City business community. Dr. Kenneth Cooper will conclude this year’s Peer Learning Network seminar on Thursday, April 1, 11:00 a.m. to 1:00 p.m., at the Cox Convention Center. A Renaissance-catered meal will be served during the presentation.
Dr. Cooper’s lifelong commitment to individual and corporate health will be the focus of his luncheon presentation, Steps for Life: How to Increase the Odds for a Lifetime of Good Health and Reduce the Cost of Healthcare.
Dr. Cooper is the president, founder, and chief executive officer of The Cooper Aerobics Center, a world-renowned health and fitness complex located in Dallas, Texas. Recognized through his writings and research as the leader of the international fitness revolution, Cooper is credited with motivating more people to exercise in pursuit of good health than any other person.
Cooper’s workshop is a part of The Peer Learning Network, a program facilitated by Southern Nazarene University. Peer Learning Network partners, comprised of chief executives of 12 local corporations and their management teams, pool their resources to bring world-class presenters to the leaders of Oklahoma’s premiere companies four times each year.
Tickets may be reserved by calling 405.491.6600 or faxing 405.717.6259. For further information about this or future Peer Learning Network workshops, contact the Peer Learning Office at 405.491.6600, e-mail firstname.lastname@example.org, or log on to www.snu.edu/pln.
Posted on Mon, March 1, 2004
by Becky Walker, Communications & Marketing