Boston, MA – March 25, 2015 – The Worksite Wellness Council of Massachusetts (WWCMA) has announced that their 4th Annual WWCMA Conference will take place Tuesday, September 22, 2015 at Gillette Stadium in Foxboro, MA.
The 2015 Annual WWCMA Conference is the must-attend event for Massachusetts wellness leaders and implementers to share best practices, success stories, and innovative ideas on building a fun and successful wellness game plan. Over 250 employers, worksite health promotion professionals, and human resource professionals will come together to learn and collaborate at one of the premier event locations in the state.
The 2015 Conference participants attend keynote presentations and workshops on various wellness topics that are led by the industry’s top national experts and worksite wellness program leaders in Massachusetts. Attendees will also have the opportunity to get a tour of Gillette Stadium that is not offered to the general public. A detailed agenda will be available soon.
WWCMA early bird and membership rates are available now. To register for the conference, visit http://bit.ly/1wboGsE.
Conference sponsorship and exhibit opportunities are also available.
The Worksite Wellness Council of Massachusetts (WWCMA) is the preeminent, independent, and objective resource for health promotion in the workplace. A 501c3 not-for-profit member organization, WWCMA champions wellness programs that help employers encourage healthy employees, healthy families, and healthy communities across the Commonwealth. The council offers innovative wellness best practice programs, training, and events along with insightful resources and tools to help educate and advance Massachusetts organizations and their corporate wellness teams. Visit us at wwcma.org and follow us @WorkWellMass.
The Worksite Wellness Council of Massachusetts (WWCMA) is the preeminent, independent and objective resource for health promotion in the workplace and champions wellness programs to help employers encourage healthy employees, healthy families, and healthy communities across the Commonwealth.