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Harmons encourages fitness, promotes teamwork with Grocery Games

Published: Sunday, Aug. 2 2015 12:18 a.m. MDT

Travis Oliphant tosses a frozen pizza during the Grocery Games on Tuesday, April 30, 2013, at Valley Regional Park in Taylorsville. The competition featured more than 200 Harmons employees competing in events such as the baguette javelin toss, cantaloupe shot put, egg long jump and grocery cart relay. The Harmons Health and Wellness team organized the first ever Grocery Games to encourage fitness and camaraderie among Harmons employees, as well as to spark friendly competition between the Harmons Grocery stores. (Scott G Winterton, Deseret News) Travis Oliphant tosses a frozen pizza during the Grocery Games on Tuesday, April 30, 2013, at Valley Regional Park in Taylorsville. The competition featured more than 200 Harmons employees competing in events such as the baguette javelin toss, cantaloupe shot put, egg long jump and grocery cart relay. The Harmons Health and Wellness team organized the first ever Grocery Games to encourage fitness and camaraderie among Harmons employees, as well as to spark friendly competition between the Harmons Grocery stores. (Scott G Winterton, Deseret News)

The inaugural Grocery Games featured more than 200 Harmons employees competing in events such as the frozen pizza toss, baguette javelin toss, cantaloupe shot put, egg long jump and grocery cart relay. The event, which runs Tuesday and Wednesday at Valley Regional Park in Taylorsville, was organized to encourage fitness and camaraderie among Harmons employees.

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