San Diego Chargers’ Melvin Gordon and Rally Health Host “Holiday Bike Build” for Children of Service Members Stationed at the Naval Base San Diego

Gordon and Rally collaborated with the Armed Services YMCA San Diego
to host an event that included fitness activities and brand new
Diamondback bikes for 52 kids and their families

SAN DIEGO–(BUSINESS WIRE)–Digital health company Rally
SM and San Diego Chargers running back Melvin
Gordon hosted a “Holiday Bike Build” event today at the Coronado Naval
Base (Admiral Prout Field), where 52 children of service members
stationed at the base were invited to build and “trick out” brand new
Diamondback bikes that they got to take home. Gordon, a Health
Ambassador for Rally Health, emceed and participated with the kids and
their families in the two-hour event, which was organized in
collaboration with the Armed
Services YMCA San Diego

Joining Gordon to help the kids build their new bikes and adorn them
with decorations were Rally Cycling pro riders Evan Huffman, Jesse
Anthony, Emerson Oronte and Heather Fischer, as well as staffers from
Diamondback. All of the activities at the event were designed to
showcase some of the simple steps families can take to live healthier
lives. The children and more than 300 family members had the opportunity
to play a memory game, work on a giant crossword puzzle and sign Rally’s
“What Are You Grateful For” wall. The event concluded with a 2-mile bike
ride led by the Rally Cycling pro cyclists for all the participants.

“There are few things more exciting for a kid than getting a brand new
bike, and the good news about bikes is that they’re fun to ride and
offer a really great form of exercise,” said Gordon. “Today, as a Rally
Health Ambassador, I wanted to encourage families to move more and focus
on their health. But more importantly, Rally Health and I wanted to give
back to these families and say thank you.”

Rally Health’s Health Ambassador Program works with celebrities and
professional athletes to inspire and empower people everywhere to take
an active role in managing their health and health care. In April 2016,
Gordon joined actor and comedian Kevin Hart and Miami Dolphins’ Jarvis
Landry as a Rally Health Ambassador.

To learn more about Rally Health and its Health Ambassador Program,
or follow the conversation on Twitter @rally_health.

About Rally Health, Inc.

Rally Health, Inc. is a consumer-centric digital health company that
makes it easy for individuals to take charge of their health and
collaborates with health plans, care providers, and employers to engage
consumers. The company’s flagship offering is Rally®, a digital health
platform that offers a configurable suite of solutions that help people
manage their health and health care needs: Rally EngageSM
focuses on personalized health and wellness support; Rally ChoiceSM
is a health benefits marketplace; and Rally ConnectSM offers
care provider search and cost transparency. Nearly 30 million consumers
have access to the Rally platform through payers such as
UnitedHealthcare, BlueCross BlueShield of South Carolina, Health
Alliance, and more than 9,000 employers. With offices in Washington,
D.C., San Francisco, Chicago, Minneapolis and Denver, the team behind
Rally Health has been working together since 2010 to transform the
consumer health and wellness industry. For more information, please

About the Armed Services YMCA San Diego

The Armed Services YMCA San Diego (ASY San Diego) is the leading
non-profit that makes military life easier for active duty service
members and their families. The ASY San Diego gives military personnel
and their loved ones the support and resources they need to be
resilient, confident, connected, and secure. Founded in 1920 as a
national affiliate of the YMCA, its mission is to enhance the lives of
service members and their families in mind, body, and spirit. Through
programs and services that are relevant to the unique challenges of
military life, the ASY strengthens the military community. The ASY San
Diego is, and always will be, dedicated to making military life easier


for Rally Health, Inc.
Erin Farkaly, 973-715-6716