December 18, 2012 — Foot Levelers donated all the proceeds from their 60th Anniversary Seminars back to the chiropractic profession, in honor of their anniversary and serving chiropractic for 60 years.
Thirteen chiropractic colleges will be benefitting from the $36,000 Foot Levelers will be donating, and the Foundation for Chiropractic Progress (FCP) will receive more than $10,000.
For each attendee at the seminar, $100 of their registration fee was donated to the college of their choice and Foot Levelers matched this with an additional $100 to that college. Additionally, Foot Levelers donated the balance of the proceeds to the FCP.
“As far back as I can remember, Foot Levelers has always believed strongly in the importance of chiropractic education on both a college level and post-doctoral level,” said Kent Greenawalt, chairman and CEO of Foot Levelers. “These seminars meant a lot to us because it allowed us to celebrate our 60th anniversary, provide quality education, and give back to chiropractic profession in order to help the profession to grow and become as successful as possible.”
Foot Levelers’ last 60th Anniversary Seminar took place Dec. 1-2 in Newark, N.J. There were three Foot Levelers 60th Anniversary Seminars, which offered 12 continuing education credits (CEUs) and covered a wide variety of topics taught by Dr. Kim Christensen and Dr. Terry Yochum.
Source: Foot Levelers, footlevelers.com