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Texans love the benefits of RV travel and life as reflected in sales where Texas has led the nation in RV sales.  In 2018, Texas’ earned $6.9 Billion in direct economic impact of RV related sales, services and campgrounds alone as determined by the 2018 RV Industry Profile Study for rvsmoveamerica.org.        

More than nine million households now own an RV – the highest level ever recorded which is a 16% increase since 2001.  Lifestyle trends continue to spur demand for RV travel making frequent weekend getaways and mini-vacations possible for busy families.  Buyers aged 35-54 are the largest segment of RV owners according to a study commissioned by the RV Industry Association.  These and future generations are seeking innovative products to fit their lifestyle.  Manufacturers have developed lightweight, smaller units with fuel-efficiency and a significant investment in green technologies such as solar panels.  Today’s RV travelers are more diverse in ethnicity and background however all share an appreciation of adventure, outdoor activities, cultural immersion and desire for a quality connection with family and friends.   

No matter the demographic or travel preferences, RV vacations can reduce vacation costs up to 73 percent as found in the RVIA Vacation Cost Comparison.  RV manufacturing has benefitted from advancements in production and state-of-the-art design to offer travelers the best in modern conveniences and technology.   Low interest rates and aggressive show-only pricing make RV travel an affordable lifestyle.

Returning to Dallas, the SOUTHWEST RV SUPERSHOW September 12-15 at Market Hall attracts over twelve thousand visitors to experience the latest innovation, technology and advancements in RV life and travel.  More than 400 demonstration units are throughout 350,000 square feet of display space.  The popular toy hauler units will be alongside the traditional fifth wheels, travel trailers, tent trailers, motor homes, motor coaches and camper vans.  Each day of the show offers a variety of seminars on RV ownership and vendors with the latest accessories to enhance RV travels.  Professionals are on-site to provide financing and insurance scenarios.  National manufacturers are represented by regional dealer members of the Texas Recreational Vehicle Association who produces the multiday event. 

“We have designed the Southwest RV SUPERSHOW to create an easy shopping experience for the consumer to meet our dealer network in a vibrant environment to showcase best in service, selection and the ultimate offerings of RV life.   The Texas Recreational Vehicle Association is dedicated to providing a platform to educate consumers on the rewarding benefits of RV life,” states TRVA Executive Director, Phil Elam.

Gorving.com is the advocacy group for RV travel and highlights several bloggers dedicated to the diversity of RV life.  From entrepreneurs working remote, families seeking life experience based education, artists documenting the countryside, travel writers providing immersion insight into a destination; the content is broad, deep and inspiring. http://blog.gorving.com/meet-our-bloggers/

For complete information on show times, admission, discount offers, please visit: www.southwestrvsupershow.com.

DETAILS:         www.southwestrvsupershow.com

SOCIAL:          Facebook https://www.facebook.com/SouthwestRVSupershow?fref=ts

Twitter @SWRVSuperShow

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At the heart of the Junior League of Collin County (JLCC) is volunteerism.  Since their inception 42 years ago, JLCC has contributed over 750,000 volunteer hours to nonprofits serving the Collin County community.   

 

To celebrate and encourage volunteerism throughout the Collin County region, JLCC hosts the annual Excellence in Volunteer Service Awards to honor local volunteers and organizations who are changing our community for good.   Held at Aristide in McKinney, Christal Howard of Community Impact served as the Master of Ceremonies and Dr. John Siburt of CitySquare was the keynote speaker.  Special guests included McKinney Mayor Fuller and Congressman Van Taylor’s office who provided additional recognition to the honorees.  Sewell Audi of McKinney served as the title sponsor of the luncheon and was joined by the following additional partners: Gittings, Market Street, Bliss Body & Barre and Community Impact. 

 

2019 Collin County Excellence in Volunteer Service Award honorees:

SRS Distribution & Raise the Roof Foundation, Community Business Partner of the Year

Chloe Frohock, Youth Volunteer of the Year nominated by Heritage Farmstead Museum

Trisha Cunningham, Nonprofit Professional of the Year, North Texas Food Bank

My Possibilities, Nonprofit Organization of the Year

QC Stone and The Source of Hope, Junior League of Collin County Spirit Award

 

 

ABOUT THE HONOREES

 

The Youth Volunteer of the Year recognizes an outstanding student who makes a difference in Collin County and serves as an inspiration to their community through their volunteer and leadership activities.  Honoree, Chloe Frohock has given over 2,500 hours of volunteer service in the past eight years to Heritage Farmstead Museum.  She has helped with summer camps, special events and children’s programs.  Her community outreach has included visits to elementary schools, appearances on Good Morning Texas, as well as getting involved in local city government.  She was instrumental in inspiring the staff at the Heritage Farmstead Museum to begin a Jr. FFA program in 2014.  She has devoted herself to changing the community by volunteering her time and creativity to the Heritage Farmstead Museum.

 

The Community Business Partner of the Year is awarded to a company that is committed to making their community a priority for their organization through partnerships with nonprofits and active employee volunteerism.  The 2019 honoree is SRS Distribution and SRS Raise the Roof Foundation for its support of countless homeless, military and disaster-affected families during critical times of need by partnering with organizations like The Samaritan Inn and CASA of Collin County through hands-on volunteering, donation drives and fundraising.

 

New for 2019, the Nonprofit Professional of the Year recognizes a paid employee of a Collin County nonprofit organization who exhibits excellence in their leadership role and a passion for their organization’s mission.   Honoree, Trisha Cunningham is CEO of the North Texas Food Bank, a $130 million organization focused on eradicating hunger in North Texas by providing families access to nutritious food.  Last year alone, the North Texas Food Bank provided access to nearly 72 million nutritious meals, distributed over 21 million pounds of fresh fruits and vegetables and hosted over 40,000 volunteers.

 

The 2019 Nonprofit Organization of the Year honoree is My Possibilities which serves over 650 adults with intellectual and developmental disabilities (IDD) every week. Their mission is to pursue the full, untapped possibilities of Hugely Important People, also known as HIPsters, and provide them with a path to inclusion and a meaningful life.  Their programs teach HIPsters how to live, work, and participate in their communities.   As a pioneering leader in vocational education and job placement for adults with IDD, this agency’s programs are setting the standard for programs that move adults with IDD towards greater independence.

 

The Collin County Volunteer of the Year celebrates an individual whose extraordinary hands-on volunteer service at nonprofits strengthens the Collin County community.  Trish Patterson is a driving force empowering others through collaboration to work together to support a collective mission.  She is recognized for her recent contribution to The Source of Hope’s Holiday Feeding which served over 7,000 families in 2018. 

 

Each year an individual or organization stands out among the nominees and is deserving of the Junior League of Collin County Spirit Award that recognizes a significant gift of leadership and stewardship to many over the years and represents a pillar of the volunteer community.   In 2009, this honoree, QC Stone founded a nonprofit organization, The Source of Hope, with a mission to empower low income cosmetology students by providing assistance through educational programs, grants, and scholarships.  The mission has evolved to include helping families in transition become financially stable, independent households.  In addition, they provide a source of hope to the local community with free or reduced cosmetic services and various social outreach programs.  Examples of services include custom wig creation for children receiving chemotherapy, free cosmetic treatments for adults to help them during their interview process, and serving hot meals to thousands on a monthly basis. 

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At the heart of the Junior League of Collin County (JLCC) is volunteerism.  Since their inception 42 years ago, JLCC has contributed over 760,000 volunteer hours to the community through nonprofits serving Collin County. To celebrate and encourage volunteerism throughout the Collin County region, JLCC hosts the annual Excellence in Volunteer Service Awards to honor local volunteers, nonprofit organizations, and business volunteer programs that make important contributions and assist the residents of Collin County.  The keynote speaker, Dr. John Siburt of City Square will share ways the community can engage in fight the causes of poverty and homelessness.  The following individuals and organizations have been named finalists for the Excellence in Volunteer Service Awards to be held Thursday, April 25, 2019 at Aristide McKinney located in Craig Ranch.  Tickets are available.  Sponsors include Community Impact, Gittings, Market Street and Sewell Audi McKinney.

Collin County Volunteer of the Year Nominees

Jason Dyke (Carson’s Village)

Todd Fischer (North Texas Food Bank)

Julie Foughty (Chamberlain Performing Arts)

Lutricia "Trish" Patterson Wilson (Junior League of Collin County)

 

Youth Volunteer of the Year Nominees

Chloe Frohock (Heritage Farmstead Museum)

Ashton-Brette Rusthoven (National Charity League – Plano Chapter)

 

Nonprofit Professional of the Year Nominees

Trisha Cunningham (North Texas Food Bank)

M'Lou Hyttinen  (Heritage Farmstead)

Laurie Tauriainen  (Women Rock)

 

Nonprofit Organization of the Year Nominees

Heritage Farmstead Museum (link)

McKinney Public Safety Children’s Scholarship Foundation

My Possibilities (link)

The Samaritan Inn (link)

The Source of Hope (link)

The Turning Point (link)

WOMEN ROCK (link)

Young Men’s Service League Wildcat Chapter (North Texas Food Bank)

 

Community Business Partner of the Year Nominees

Markel-MidSouth (link)

SRS Distribution and SRS Raise the Roof Foundation (link) nominated by The Samaritan Inn

 

Luncheon tickets and more information:  evsa@jlcollincounty.org; visit: (link)   or call 972-769-0557

For JLCC membership or to contribute, please visit:  http://www.jlcollincounty.org

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Gittings, a local portrait studio known for its quality and profound history, is honoring extraordinary women in March for Women’s History Month to commemorate its 90th anniversary. Selfless Women to Remember: An Exhibition of Portraits by Gittings features and uplifts women of yesterday, today and tomorrow who have positively impacted North Texas and beyond.

The exhibition celebrates the service of 30 women, half of which were selected from the Gittings archives through a community-wide vote. The other half are members of the Junior Leagues of Dallas, Fort Worth and Collin County, each one nominated by her chapter and honored with a Gittings portrait of her own.  The honorees represent a diverse and extensive group of causes, organizations and impacts – all connected by their dedication to bettering the community.

“All of these women have made incredible impacts in their communities and beyond,” said Rick Bettinger, President and Owner of Gittings in Dallas and Fort Worth. “It is our honor to recognize them as leaders in giving so much of their time, talent and treasure, and we hope the community is inspired by their selflessness.”

The Shops of Willow Bend hosted a reception for the Junior League of Collin County and Gittings to honor the women and portrait display shown in front of Neiman Marcus on the first floor from March 18-24. 

Women Honored:  Robin Joseph-Williams, Carole Greisdorf, Kara Olson, Jenna Maynard and Irum Jones.

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Nominations are being accepted for the annual Junior League of Collin County Excellence in Volunteer Service Awards that honors individual volunteers, nonprofit organizations, and business volunteer programs that make important contributions and assist the residents of Collin County.  Deadline to submit a nomination is March 1, 2019.   Nominations are accepted from the community at large and recipients are chosen by the Junior League of Collin County’s Community Advisory Board and honored at the Excellence in Volunteer Service Awards Luncheon to be held Thursday, April 25, 2019 at Aristide McKinney in Craig Ranch.  The keynote speaker, Dr. John Siburt of City Square will share ways the community can engage in fight the causes of poverty and homelessness.  The community is invited to attend the celebration luncheon; ticket will be available in late February.

Award Categories: (complete details available online)

Collin County Volunteer of the Year (an adult individual whose hands-on volunteer service strengthens Collin County)

Nonprofit Professional of the Year (employee of a nonprofit that demonstrates excellence in leadership and furthering the mission of the organization)

Youth Volunteer of the Year (high school student making a difference in Collin County through volunteerism)

Nonprofit Organization of the Year (nonprofit organization whose leaders and volunteers do extraordinary work to strengthen Collin County)

Community Business Partner of the Year (large or small business that consistently supports the nonprofit sector and creates strong partnerships through employee involvement)

Additional questions:  Leslie Sparacino, Excellence in Volunteer Service Awards Chair, at evsa@jlcollincounty.org with any questions.

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Junior League of Collin County brought a New York City vibe for a night of culture in October to the ArtCentre of Plano to kick-off the 23rd annual ‘Neath the Wreath Holiday Gift Market.  Guests enjoyed bites from Tommy Bahama Legacy West   and the most recent exhibit from Plano-based artist Kelly Steller Hrad.   Additional ‘Neath the Wreath sponsors include Audi McKinney, A Sewell Company, Ebby Halliday, Goldenlight Creative, Holiday Warehouse, Legacy West, Market Street, Plano Aesthetics, Rustic Cuff and Tom Thumb. 

 

A North Texas holiday tradition, ‘Neath the Wreath Holiday Gift Market presented by the Junior League of

Collin County brings together over 13,000 shoppers to support community impact projects.  Kicking off the

23rd year, ‘Neath the Wreath Holiday Gift Market spans five days and features the best in unique holiday and home décor, clothing and accessories, gifts, jewelry, children’s items and gourmet food from over 125 carefully selected merchants many of which are small family-owned businesses.    

Over 120 volunteers of the Junior League of Collin County work year-round dedicating 2,000 hours to create ‘Neath the Wreath Holiday Gift Market to support the community impact projects.  Interested in learning more about becoming a member of the Junior League of Collin County, sign up for an information session.

 

  • Tickets are available at participating Collin County Tom Thumb locations, online or at the door.
  • Connect with ‘Neath the Wreath: www.facebook.com/www.neaththewreath.org   @NeaththeWreath @jlccntw #neaththewreath
  • To become a ‘Neath the Wreath Insider, subscribe to the e-news to receive ‘Neath the Wreath happenings.

For complete details visit: www.NeathTheWreath.org

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Frisco Association for the Arts (Frisco Arts) welcomes the Cliburn as partner for the third annual Frisco Arts Walk & Run on Saturday, October 6 at HALL Park.  Through community outreach, special events, membership programs and multiple communication platforms, Frisco Arts celebrates and advocates for the arts community within Frisco.  It is an honor for Frisco Arts to be recognized as an important outreach partner to support established cultural cornerstones like the Cliburn to grow their audiences in Frisco where there is a high concentration of young classical musicians. 

The Cliburn is bringing their influence of classical piano music to Frisco.  Representatives will be on-site to share information about the 2019 Cliburn International Junior Piano Competition and Festival, which takes place in Dallas on May 31 – June 8, 2019 with Former First Lady Mrs. Laura Bush as honorary chair. 

“As we prepare to welcome the very best 13- to 17-year-old pianists from around the world to Dallas next year, one of the Cliburn’s top priorities is forming new, purposeful relationships with the region’s innovative arts organizations, including Frisco Arts. We’re looking forward to being at the Walk and Run this fall, to meet the community of Frisco and to introduce the exceptional talent that they can expect at the Cliburn Junior Competition,” said Jacques Marquis, Cliburn president and CEO. 

The Cliburn Red Carpet will be hosted at Frisco Arts Walk & Run and consists of a Steinway grand piano on site at the festival for amateur musicians to perform throughout the day. For the first time ever, the Cliburn will present Clayton Stephenson, 2015 Cliburn Junior Jury Discretionary Award winner, with a special performance and meet-and-greet. 

“Frisco Arts’ mission is to make the arts accessible to all citizens and highlight the talent in our city and beyond,” said Tammy Meinershagen, executive director of Frisco Arts.  “Frisco Arts Walk brings all art forms to the community and this year our reach gains international exposure through a partnership with the Cliburn.   Set in among the Texas Sculpture Garden of HALL Park, this immersive arts experience is truly unique to Frisco.”

 

ABOUT FRISCO ARTS WALK & RUN:

Frisco Arts Walk is a day of celebrating the arts in Frisco at HALL Park among the Texas Sculpture Garden, the largest private collection of Texas sculptures ever assembled and made available to the public on Saturday, October 6.  The day will kick-off with an arts-themed 5K run and followed by the Frisco Arts Walk festival-style immersive arts experience.  Activities include hands-on art demonstrations, vignette performances, artisan booths, food trucks, The Cliburn Red Carpet and a concert at the HALL Park amphitheater with the award-winning UNT Lab Bands and the UNT Jazz Singers. INFORMATION: Additional information:  https://friscoarts.org/contact/ or contact 972-810-1028. Frisco Arts is a 501(c)(3) nonprofit, community-based organization committed to advancing the arts in Frisco and serves the Official Art Agency for the City of Frisco. 

 

ABOUT THE CLIBURN

The Cliburn advances classical piano music throughout the world. Its international competitions, education programs, and concert series embody an enduring commitment to artistic excellence and the discovery of new artists. Established in Fort Worth, Texas, in 1962, the quadrennial Van Cliburn International Piano Competition (sixteenth edition, May 28–June 12, 2021) remains the most visible expression of that mission and is, as always, committed to its original ideals of supporting and launching the careers of young artists, ages 18–30. It shares the transformative powers of music with a wide global audience, through fully-produced webcasts and by providing comprehensive career management and concert bookings to its winners. Rounding out its mission, the Cliburn also produces the Cliburn International Junior Piano Competition and Festival for exceptional 13 to 17-year-old pianists (second edition, May 31–June 8, 2019), and the Cliburn International Amateur Piano Competition for outstanding non-professional pianists age 35 and older (eighth edition, May/June 2020).

Over a four-year cycle, the Cliburn contributes to North Texas’ cultural landscape with over 170 classical music performances for 150,000 attendees, through competitions, free community concerts, and its signature Cliburn Concerts series at Bass Performance Hall, the Kimbell Art Museum Piano Pavilion, and the Modern Art Museum of Fort Worth. It presents 1,000 in-school, interactive music education programs for more than 200,000 area elementary students. During the same time period, it garners the world’s attention with over five million visits from 170 nations for live concert and competition webcasts; 300 concerts worldwide booked for competition winners; more than 5,000 news articles about the Cliburn and its winners; and regular national radio broadcasts to 245 public radio stations. Detailed information  about the Cliburn and its programs is available at cliburn.org.


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Plano community leaders, chefs, students and volunteers came out in force to support Hendrick Scholarship Foundation during the annual signature fundraiser, TASTE 2018, hosted at Classic BMW.   TASTE 2018 is a truly a party with a purpose - Serving Student Success for Life by providing Plano ISD graduates who have overcome adversity with college scholarships, academic advising, mentoring and life skills training.   The event raised $100,000 to fund future scholarships and support services.  Currently there are 73 in the four year program and the incoming 2018 class will be announced later in May. 

TASTE 2018 was led by Plano community leader, Jean Callison alongside the host committee led by Plano ISD alumni Lesley and Barry Guinn.  Surprise performances from Hendrick student, Jairo Cabrera and Plano’s own American Idol contestant, Ron Bultongez entertained guests.  Celebrity Honorary Chef John Tesar joined on stage with auctioneer Phillip Pierceall and emcee Victoria Snee brought the auction to a heated close leading with a clear message about the importance of education as a cornerstone for success leaving the crowd to battle for the opportunity to be one of the first at Knife opening at The Shops at Willowbend in August.    A complete photo album is available on Facebook.   To download for publishing and captions use Google.

Co-founder of Hendrick Scholarship Foundation and a founding family of Plano, Rutledge Haggard honored the memory of Dr. Hendrick followed by a moving video featuring many of the Hendrick students sharing their story. More than 300 guests participated in the event with food offerings by Plano’s finest restaurants: Knife, Central Market, Seasons 52, III Forks, BULLA, Roy’s, XO Coffee, Urban Crust, Sea Breeze Market & Grill, Princi Italia, Mi Dia, Mama Jenny’s Family Diner and Union Bear Brewery.

TASTE 2018 would not be possible without the generous support of sponsors, auction donors and volunteers who provided hundreds of items to share in the raffle, silent and live auctions.   Sponsors include: Dean’s List:  American Standard, Classic BMW, Texas Health Presbyterian Hospital Plano; Honor Roll:  Alphagraphics, Atmos Energy, BTH Bank, Frost, Huffines Auto Group, Legacy Texas, NTT Data, Orix Foundation, Plano Magazine, Sweeney Media Group, Plano Profile, Sandy & Chris Haire, Melissa and Charles Mangum, Le’Nore and C. Dan Smith.  The Scholar sponsors include:   Cinemark, FedEx, Gay McCall Roberts & Minett, Matthews Paradise, Moss Adams, Newcrest Image, The Shops at Willow Bend, Debra and Barry Benton, Jean and Glenn Callison, Susan and Rutledge Haggard, Judge Sue Holland, Primera Companies, Joan and Berk Smith and in memory of Enid and Michael Pappas. 

Host committee members include:  Missy and Doug Bender, Chris and David Downs, Susan and Rutledge Haggard, Ann and Ray Huffines, Allie and Mark Jacobs, Judy and Robert Lee, Sharon and Johnny Lewis, Jenna and Casey Maynard, Amy and Jack Medford, Deepa and Raj Menon, Paige and Jeff Mims, Joa and John Muns, Leslie and Mark Newman, Auburn and Philip Pope, Monica and Mark Shortino, Lissa and Bill Smith, Sheri and Don Steele, Shelley and Ray Strickland, Camille and Mike Ussery, Hilary and Al Valente and Pamela Zeigler-Petty and Tony Petty.

Event committee members include:  Debra Benton, Lori Cecil, Mary Jo Dean, Patti Gunnels, Nancy Humphrey, Kelly Hunter, Chris Ingalls, Jackie Johnston, Becky McKinney, Phillip Pierceall, Mardy Sackley, Joan Smith, Justine Sweeney, La Tanya Thomas, Heather Webb, Richard Wells, Stephanie Wells, Kimberly Woodard and Leah Young.

Today, Hendrick Scholarship Foundation is the leading resource for Plano ISD graduates seeking college scholarships that provide a network of support not just financial assistance.  Hendrick surrounds their students with mentors who are committed to their success in and outside the classroom.  Students’ needs vary from access to social services, tutoring, education and career planning, transportation, personal development and life skills.   The vision of Dr. Hendrick is as strong today providing a support system that continues today Serving Student Success for Life.  http://hendrickscholarship.org  To get involved and more information on Hendrick Scholarship Foundation, contact: info@hendrickscholarship.org  or call 972-535-6712. 

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At the heart of the Junior League of Collin County (JLCC) is volunteerism.  Since their inception 41 years ago, JLCC has contributed over 750,000 volunteer hours to nonprofits serving Collin County.  To celebrate and encourage volunteerism throughout the Collin County region, JLCC hosts the annual Excellence in Volunteer Service Awards to honor local volunteers who are changing our community for good.   Held at Piazza on the Green in McKinney, community leaders served as award presenters and Dr. Cheryl “Action” Jackson of Minnie’s Food Pantry was the keynote speaker.  A common theme was heard among the nominees’ stories that together, volunteers and nonprofits change lives.  Not just the lives of those receiving but also of those giving.  Excellence in Volunteer Service is sponsored by David & Chris Downs, Simplyconnect, Susie Cakes, Fiore x 7, Pittman Designs and Community Impact. 

 

2018 Collin County Excellence in Volunteer Service Awardees: 

Spirit of Collaboration (2)

Organization:  Frisco Arts

Individual:  Steve Perry, Plano Metro Rotary

Youth Volunteer of the Year

Sydney DeWolf – nominated by National Charity League Plano Area Chapter

Youth Organization of the Year

Team Willowbend North Texas Performing Arts

Collin County Business Leadership

USAA

Excellence in Leadership

Officer Art Parker, Plano Police, school resource officer

Emerging Community Impact Award

Grace to Change

Collin County Volunteer of the Year

Tonya Winchester – nominated by Mothers Against Drunk Driving

Nonprofit of the Year

Jewish Family Services

All photos by Susan Bellson Photography

 

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BEYOND Studio Frisco is the first Collin County location of Dallas’ premiere boutique Pilates-fusion workouts. January 19-20 will celebrate their grand opening.  Founded in 2010 by Brandi Marino in Dallas, Texas, BEYOND Studios pioneered the concept of PHIT, or Pilates Hybrid Interval Training.  BEYOND Studio Frisco will celebrate its grand opening with a ribbon cutting, free classes Friday and “Sweat, Sip and Shop” charity classes taught by Brandi to benefit Frisco Arts and Frisco Fastpacs which includes mimosas, brunch and 20% off retail.   BEYOND Studios is located at 4851 Legacy Drive at northwest corner of Lebanon, conveniently located among the Stonebriar and Starwood communities.  BEYOND Studios is a local women-owned business by entrepreneur, Beth Crain who found her passion in pilates and helping women go BEYOND to achieve their wellness goals.

Friday, January 19

Free Class Friday for Frisco 6:00am, 7:00am, 8:30am and Noon

Sweat for Frisco Fastpacs class 9:30am (register and 100% goes to Frisco Fastpacs)

Frisco Chamber Ribbon Cutting & studio tours 11:00am

Saturday, January 20

Sweat for Frisco Arts 11:30am (register and 100% goes to Frisco Arts)

BEYOND Studios will be featured as the Athleta Stonebriar Studio of the month with special complimentary classes in the store and offers.

 

What makes BEYOND unique?

  • More than 40 classes are offered each week
  • BEYOND will offer  child supervision during select classes to support the family-oriented lifestyle in Frisco. 
  • All fitness levels are welcome and complimentary introduction classes are offered to introduce the reformer (aka “the bed”).  
  • BEYOND is an innovative Pilates driven 50-minute workout that focuses on Mind, Movement, and Music.  BEYOND strives to offer clients of all fitness levels a personal training experience in a small group fitness environment.  All classes utilize BEYOND's PHIT (Pilates Hybrid Interval Training) philosophy which combines the teachings of reformer Pilates with the enhanced performance of interval training to help clients burn more fat and build more muscle. 

 

How to go BEYOND?

Classes are also sold individually, through StudioHop Dallas and a variety of monthly membership levels.  Direct class bookings are also available at MindBodyOnline.  A limited number of Founding memberships are still available during the grand opening.  Founding membership benefits include unlimited classes, 15% discount off retail, one monthly guest pass to bring a friend, and complimentary child supervision  for $175/month with no contract and ability to cancel at anytime. 

 

 

Connect with BEYOND:

Facebook:  Beyond Studios Frisco

Instagram:  @beyondstudiosfrisco

Website:     thebeyondstudios.com/frisco

Contact:  friscoinfo@thebeyondstudios.com

Address:  4851 Legacy Drive Suite 503  Frisco, Texas 75034