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Need Help with Alcohol Recovery? Attend a Juice Crawl

 

Quitting drinking for good does not mean the fun has to stop. A new popular trend in New York City among health enthusiasts and those in alcohol recovery, is to attend a Juice Crawl, a healthy living social event that provides the fun bar vibe to drinking juice.

The event is similar to a pub crawl, but without the alcohol. For a fee, attendees get to sample up to 30 different juices and participate in a workout. The first official Juice Crawl was started by New York City resident Anna Garcia, 28, and it sold out. She has since then held several more crawls in the hopes of helping the event to gain even more traction.

“People loved it, and I decided to see how far I can take this,” Garcia told the New York Post. “I’m working to make Juice Crawl huge.”

Some attendees at the events say it’s even more fun than drinking.

“It’s better without booze because you’re using your natural life-force energy, and I think that’s so important,” said Queens resident Leora Edut, 37, founder of the Goddess on the Go women’s group, to the New York Post. “Your inner 5-year-old gets to come out and have a mother-freakin’ blast!”

You can learn more about the Juice Crawl event by watching the video below and visiting JuiceCrawl.com.

Sources

http://www.juicecrawl.com/
http://nypost.com/2015/09/30/juice-crawls-are-the-death-knell-of-new-york-nightlife/

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