Oscar Mayer Lunchables Lunch Your Tummy Right Tour

The tour will be conducted in partnership with the well-known Camp Woodward, cheer and digital media camp that offers week-long summer sessions to kids ages seven to 17. U.S. and World Gymnastics Champion Shawn Johnson, who will attend Camp Woodward as a visiting pro, understands better than most that giving kids the support and inspiration they need is an integral part of their development. "The key to my success has been hard work, determination, and the support of my mentors and coaches," said Shawn Johnson. "The Lunchables Lunch Your Tummy Right Tour inspires kids to achieve success - and have fun while doing it! I'm looking forward to sharing some of my stories with kids across the country."

Johnson, along with successful Camp Woodward alumni, including BMXer, Dennis Enarson, and sports videographer, John Considine, will make special appearances at select tour stops to share their stories about how to achieve your personal best and follow your dreams.

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