Denny’s and Tom Joyner, host of the highly rated radio program the Tom Joyner Morning Show, today launched a nationwide sweepstakes to send one lucky fan and a guest to Philadelphia for a VIP experience at the “Take a Loved One to the Doctor Day Health Festival.”
The health festival, a new addition to the Take a Loved One to the Doctor Day celebration, will take place Oct. 19 and 20 at the Liacouras Center in downtown Philadelphia. The signature event will include a health expo where attendees can receive more than $1,000 in free health services including immunizations and dental exams, as well as lifesaving health information, seminars and live entertainment.
“Denny’s is proud to support Tom Joyner in his effort to increase health awareness within the African American community,” said John Miller, chief executive officer of Denny’s. “Tom Joyner has made incredible strides to help eliminate racial and ethnic health disparities. By encouraging his listeners to make doctors’ appointments for themselves and a loved one, he is empowering this country to be proactive about their health and that’s the first step towards creating a healthier, stronger nation.”
Fans can enter the Denny’s and Tom Joyner Take a Loved One to Philly sweepstakes online at www.TakeaLovedOnetoPhilly.com. One winner, selected at random, will receive roundtrip airfare for themself and a guest to Philadelphia October 19 through 20 for the “Take a Loved One to the Doctor Day Health Festival.” In addition to hotel accommodations, spending money and event transportation, the winner will have exclusive photo opportunities with Tom Joyner as well as VIP access and seating at all festival events.
For more than a decade, Take A Loved One to the Doctor Day has helped change lives, and this year’s event is setting out to send a message that being healthy is important.
“I’m excited that this sweepstakes is spreading the word about an issue I’ve been passionate about for years ,” said Joyner, host of the nationally syndicated Tom Joyner Morning Show and founder of the Tom Joyner Foundation, “that’s making sure we go to the doctor and prevent health problems before they get severe.”
At the “Take a Loved One to the Doctor Day Health Festival,” attendees will experience premiere health and lifestyle services, seminars and exhibitors. General immunizations and dental, eye and HIV/AIDS screenings will be provided free of charge, as well as a beauty salon/barber shop, safety demonstrations, healthy eating seminars and exercise classes, among many others. Attendance is free and promises to be a life-changing experience.