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LazyTown Sportacus and Michelle Obama moves Washington DC
Date:3/8/2010

On Friday 5th March 2010, LazyTown superhero Sportacus (aka Magnus Scheving) joined Michelle Obama for the US Soccer Foundation & National Alliance for Hispanic Health youth soccer clinic, in Washington, D.C. In addition to this event, LazyTown will be teaming up with the US Soccer Foundation on a 25 date tour to Hispanic communities throughout the US, helping to get kids moving with appearances from Sportacus. These events are part of Michelle Obama’s newly formed Let’s Move campaign (www.letsmove.gov).

Washington, D.C. (PRWEB) March 10, 2010 -- On Friday 5th March 2010, LazyTown superhero Sportacus (aka Magnus Scheving) joined Michelle Obama for the US Soccer Foundation & National Alliance for Hispanic Health youth soccer clinic, in Washington, D.C. In addition to this event, LazyTown will be teaming up with the US Soccer Foundation on a 25 date tour to Hispanic communities throughout the US, helping to get kids moving with appearances from Sportacus. These events are part of Michelle Obama’s newly formed Let’s Move campaign.

LazyTown superhero Sportacus was there to support the inaugural event, provide warm-up activities for the attending children, and to give out LazyTown SportsCandy (fruits and vegetables) and water, helping to promote health and fitness.

Ed Foster-Simeon, President of the US Soccer Foundation, said, “We are very happy to team up with LazyTown in our effort to get kids all over the country active and moving.”

“Getting kids moving is a key factor in tackling obesity and health
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