Pittsburgh Business Group on Health
Corporate Wellness Challenge

5th Annual Corporate Wellness Challenge
March 2 to April 26, 2015

Final Results
Eckert Seamans is the Corporate Wellness Challenge Winner with an average of 319.3 miles per active participant.

Eckert Seamans has the top male winner with a total of 1017.4 miles.

Management Science Associates has the top female winner with a total of 812.5 miles.

Company Team
Management Science Associates has the top team with an average of 670 miles per active member.

Supporting members’ efforts to improve the health and wellbeing of employees, PBGH's Corporate Wellness Challenge provides an environment for healthy competition and assists employers in motivating employees to be active, know the benefits of physical activity and take positive steps in managing their health.

PBGH’s Corporate Wellness Challenge encourages both individuals and teams to get active and make progress, provides an easy to implement, turnkey program that includes a step-by-step implementation guide, educational resources including onsite support and metrics for measuring success and rewarding participation.

Available to all PBGH members and supported by the American Heart Association’s START! Program, this challenge is a unique way for PBGH members to engage employees, compete with other employers and recognize individual accomplishments and companywide achievements.

Members can find more information here.

For more information contact Diane McClune at diane.mcclune@pbghpa.com or 724-775-1613.

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