Kelly Rowland Wants To #KnockOutHeartDisease in Women

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Kelly Rowland is teaming up with Burlington Coat Factory to #KnockOutHeartDisease in Women. Burlington launched an in-store campaign in all 593 Burlington stores across the country, giving customers the opportunity to donate $1 or more to support WomenHeart at check out through March 31, 2017.

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“I’m excited to join Burlington and WomenHeart’s #KnockOutHeartDisease campaign and admire their continued commitment to educate women about the importance of their heart health in effort to save lives,” says Kelly Rowland.  “I encourage women to get their heart health screened and when they do, be sure they tag two friends to do the same with #KnockOutHeartDisease.”

For the sixth consecutive year, Burlington Stores, the national off price retailer, and WomenHeart: The National Coalition for Women with Heart Disease, have teamed up to educate women nationwide about the importance of their heart health, as heart disease is the leading cause of death in women. Throughout the month of February, American Heart Month, and March, Burlington Stores and WomenHeart are joined by Kelly Rowland, Grammy Award-winning artist and heart health advocate, to serve as the voice and supporter of their #KnockOutHeartDisease Campaign.

Throughout the campaign, 46 Burlington store locations nationwide (a store in each State/Territory where Burlington has locations) will host Night Out to #KnockOutHeartDisease events, offering free heart health screenings in partnership with WomenHeart. Customers will have the opportunity to get their blood pressure, pulse, cholesterol and BMI checked by a certified health professional, and receive bi-lingual (English/Spanish) women’s heart health information and tips for living heart healthy. To find a screening near you, visit www.BurlingtonStores.com/HeartHealth.

 

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