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Have You Signed The CEO Pledge For Physical Activity?

As the CEO Pledge for Physical Activity approaches another milestone - 250 signers - IHRSA encourages you to:

  1. Sign the Pledge for your Business, and/or
  2. Engage Business Leaders in Your Community to sign the pledge and take part in the workplace revolution to provide supportive environments for physical activity.

The CEO Pledge is a powerful tool for making the case to corporate clients about the benefits of a physically active workforce. And it positions IHRSA members as critical partners for optimum business performance.  Please visit IHRSA’s webpage on the CEO Pledge for more information on how the CEO Pledge can benefit your business. 

What is the CEO Pledge for Physical Activity?

The CEO Pledge is a national campaign promoted by the National Coalition for Promoting Physical Activity (NCPPA) to encourage every CEO in the United States to recognize physical activity as an important driver of employee health and business performance. IHRSA serves on the executive committee of the NCPPA. 

Who has signed the CEO Pledge?

The roster of CEO Pledge signers includes leaders of Fortune 100 and Fortune 500 companies, major non-profits, national universities, world-class hospitals, manufacturers, service organizations, and innovative small businesses. Click here for a complete list of CEO Pledge signees.

What is the goal of the CEO Pledge for Physical Activity?

  1. Align America’s decision-making leaders (C-Level executives, executive directors, deans, presidents, etc.) around the importance of physical activity as a driver of employee health, employee morale, and business performance.
  2. Create a cultural norm of supportive work environments for physical activity.
  3. Increase the number of Americans whose level of physical activity is positively influenced by worksite policies.

How can I Get My Club, Business or Community involved?

You can read the pledge, and access tools to promote the pledge to businesses in your community at

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