Free meal from Sweet Tomatoes when you take Rex health assessment!
Posted February 8, 2013
Rex Healthcare is celebrating Heart Health Month with a number of giveaways including a FREE lunch or dinner at Sweet Tomatoes when you take the HeartAware assessment. The assessment took me about 8 minutes to finish and the report it produced was interesting.
The assessment asks a number of health questions and then you'll receive a personalized report regarding your risk factors for heart disease. You can even get a free follow-up screening at Rex, if you qualify. Once you take the survey, you'll need to provide mailing information and your voucher will arrive in approximately 21 days. The Sweet Tomatoes voucher is valid at the Raleigh and Cary locations and is valued at $10 - $12.
There are a number of other events and giveaways sponsored by Rex this month including the following from their press release. You can find out information about all of these events on their website.
" “Pumped Up” Facebook Contest – All Month
The Carolina Hurricanes are teaming up with Rex Healthcare for an inspiring contest. We're looking for great stories from the Caniac Nation telling us "What gets you pumped up?" Share a story about your road to good health for a chance to win the Ultimate Fan Experience, including a VIP dinner, tickets to the April 6 Hurricanes vs. Rangers matchup and a meet and greet with a Canes player! Enter your story on their Facebook page.
· Twitter Contest – All Month
Rex and the Carolina Hurricanes are also holding a special Twitter promotion during February, with chances to win team-autographed hockey sticks.
· Ask the Expert: Heart & Vascular Disease – February 9
Rex Healthcare of Wakefield will host an informative discussion about heart and vascular disease led by Dr. Deepak Pasi, cardiologist with Rex Heart & Vascular Specialists. The event will be held from 9-10 a.m. on Saturday, Feb. 9 (complimentary refreshments will be served at 8:45 a.m.) at Rex Healthcare of Wakefield (classroom on the second floor). Please call (919) 784-7764 or email eventsRSVP@rexhealth.com to register. Advance registration is required for this free event. Space is limited. For more information, visit rexheartvascular.com/ask-the-expert.
· Love Your Heart Live Facebook Chat – February 14
Heart and vascular experts from UNC Health Care and Rex Healthcare will host a live Facebook chat at 3 p.m. on Thursday, Feb. 14. Dr. Peter Ford, vascular surgeon in the UNC Center for Heart and Vascular Care, will be available to talk about vascular health. Dr. Ford’s specialties include treatment of peripheral arterial disease, aortic pathology (including abdominal aortic aneurysms) and venous disease (including varicose veins). Dr. James G. Jollis of Rex Heart and Vascular will be available to talk about heart health. Dr. Jollis has a special interest in valvular heart disease, echocardiography and CT angiography. For more information, visit facebook.com/unchealthcare or facebook.com/rexhealth.
· Love Your Heart @ North Hills Event – February 16
Rex and retailers at North Hills will host a special heart healthy event from 11 a.m. to 1:30 p.m. on Saturday, Feb. 16. Attendees will learn how to keep their heart beating strong, participate in children’s crafts, enjoy musical entertainment, sample healthy snacks, enter to win one of four $250 North Hills gift certificates and much more. Find out more at rexhealth.com/heart-month or northhillsevents.com.
· “Rex On Call” – February 18
February’s “Rex on Call” episode will feature Dr. J. Paul Mounsey, Director, Clinical Cardiac Electrophysiology, UNC Department of Medicine; and Dr. William N. Newman, a cardiologist with Wake Heart & Vascular, discussing prevention and treatment of heart disease. This edition of “Rex on Call” airs on WRAL-TV and wral.com at 1 p.m. on Monday, Feb. 18. Viewers may submit questions to email@example.com or tweet them to @rexhealthcare or by using the hashtag #rexoncall before or during the telecast. Viewers also can submit questions by calling (919) 744-3876 or (877) 277-6252 during the show. Learn more at rexhealth.com/rex-on-call."