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Join us August 19-21 for the annual owner's conference! We'll begin on Wednesday, August 19th in the evening for the award reception and networking event. Plan for a full day on Thursday, and we'll continue into Friday wrapping up around lunch time. Check back soon for the full schedule!
The conference will be held in West Des Moines, Iowa at Hilton Garden Inn. We do have a room block. The group name is Farrell's eXtreme Bodyshaping and the group code is EXT. Click here to visit the reservation link.
Hilton Garden Inn West Des Moines
205 S. 64th St.
West Des Moines, IA 50266
Speakers: (More information to come) 
Charlie Wittmack will open on Thursday with his keynote address. He is quite an interesting and accomplished individual. We are very excited to have him as a speaker this year! 

Charlie Wittmack is an internationally renowned and award-winning explorer who has been organizing major expeditions for more than two decades.

Charlie is an attorney, business strategist and explorer who may be best known for being the first person in history to complete the World Triathlon – an 8,000-mile triathlon that stretches from the banks of the river Thames in England to the Himalayas of Nepal. He has stood upon the summit of Mount Everest twice, swum the English Channel, and is the only American to have done both. In addition to standing atop peaks during dozens of expeditions to the Andes, Alps, Africa, Alaska and the Himalaya, Charlie has trekked across East Africa with the Maasai tribesmen, sailed the Indian Ocean in a handmade boat and completed numerous marathon swims around the world.

Charlie structures each of his expeditions to benefit the greater good through partnerships with organizations including the American Cancer Society and Save The Children, often utilizing unconventional tactics. For example, Wittmack once solved the Rubik’s Cube on the summit of Mount Everest to raise money for a maternal health program in Nepal. Wittmack has received numerous awards and recognition for his humanitarian work, including an Executive Proclamation by Secretary of State Thomas Vilsac.