The following information was provided by the St. Louis Rams.
The Rams and The Magic House have teamed up to create the new fitness-themed exhibit, “The St. Louis Rams Training Center,” which includes activity stations that build skills all athletes need to find success on the playing field and the playground.
The exhibit features a locker room displaying Rams equipment, an official uniform and nutritious snacks. A highlight of the exhibit is a state-of-the-art football simulator, where kids are able to play football virtually. The Rams, along with team partner Centene Corporation and The Magic House, are kicking off the new exhibit with a tailgate party and game-day Fitness Fun Friday.
WHEN: Friday, Sept. 7, 4-8 p.m.
WHERE: The Magic House, 516 S. Kirkwood Rd., Kirkwood
WHO: Rams Players Johnny Hekker, Jake McQuaide and Greg Zuerlein, Rampage, official mascot, and St. Louis Rams Cheerleaders.
BACKGROUND: The St. Louis Rams partnership with The Magic House demonstrates a shared commitment to children’s health. Through “Play 60,” the NFL’s campaign to tackle childhood obesity by encouraging kids to be active 60 minutes every day and the “Good to Grow” program, an initiative of the Association of Children’s Museums to help children improve food choices, increase physical activity and reduce screen time, the Magic House and the Rams are creating a healthier next generation.