Power Oil extends fitness program to Factories Nationwide

Power Oil, Nigeria’s No.1 healthy cooking Oil recently raised health advocacy another notch higher by taking its fitness promotion project “Pay with Calories’ round the group factories nationwide particularly to sensitize the factory staff about ways to nurture the heart towards a perfect condition while maintaining a healthy calories body system.
 
Pay with Calories Activity at De- United Foods Industries, Ota- Ogun State.

The Pay with Calories project engages consumers in a series of fitness exercise on treadmill and cyclers, after which participants can buy various items based on the number of calories being able to burn on the spot within a specific allotted time.
Power Oil Pay with Calories project is currently on a 3 weeks nationwide tour with plans to engage over 4000 staff in nine ultra-modern factories across the nation namely, De United Foods Industries, Ota- Ogun, Seasoning Factory- Ota, Ogun, Dufil Prima Foods Plc- Choba, Port Harcourt, Pure Flour Mills- Port Harcourt, Northern Noodles- Kaduna, Insignia Prints- Ibeju Lekki, Raffles Oil Enterprises- Ibeju Lekki, Ikorodu Noodle Factory, Standard Flour Mills- Apapa, Lagos.

Pay with Calories Activity at Standard Flour Mills, Apapa – Lagos.
Speaking on the activity, the Brand Manager, Power Oil, Miss. Amisha Chawla, said “ taking the campaign to these factories is most strategic, as we reckon that most of the staff might not have sufficient time to build their physical strength outside work hours, that’s is why we decided to bring the activity closer to them within their comfort zone. And the most interesting part was the free time excused to participate in the health friendly yet rewarding activity”.

Pay With Calories at Ikorodu Factory- Lagos
According to the Public Relations Manager, Tolaram Group, Mrs. Omotayo Azeez- Abiodun, during the activity at Insignia Prints, Ibeju Lekki , said this experiential campaign currently touring the factories, was borne out of the necessity to encourage every Nigerian irrespective of the social economic class to further become mindful of their heart health by making efforts to maintain good body fitness and possibly eliminate unhealthy consumption habits, as these factors are important to lowering the risk of blood pressure and heart-related ailments. Six factories have been covered, three more to go.

Some other locations were also covered.

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