CLEVELAND--(EON: Enhanced Online News)--UnitedHealthcare delivered 150 NERF ENERGY Game Kits, a limited-release game that tracks physical activity and rewards kids for being active, to the Boys & Girls Clubs of Cleveland this afternoon. The donation is part of a recently launched national initiative and collaboration between Hasbro and UnitedHealthcare, featuring Hasbro’s NERF products that encourages young people to become more active through “exergaming.”
Throughout 2017, UnitedHealthcare will deliver a total of 10,000 NERF ENERGY Game Kits to elementary schools and community organizations across the country, enabling children ages six to 12 to receive the kits at no cost.
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