Breville & SoulCycle Team Up


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Breville is partnering up with SoulCycle to raise money for No Kid Hungry in a campaign coinciding with its newest product launch, the 3X Bluicer Pro. 

The 3X Bluicer Pro marries a blender and a juicer to easily extract juices and improve the taste of blends. This space-saving design has interchangeable parts and several programming options, and is available now through its website and at Williams Sonoma

As a way to give back during the launch, Breville and SoulCycle are touring the country with their “Bike and Bluice” events in cities including New York City, Los Angeles, San Francisco, Chicago, and Miami. The workout class will share recipes before and after, and provide an opportunity to hear from experts about healthy living. Participants will also be entered into a sweepstakes to win a wellness package featuring a SoulCycle Pass for 50 classes, Breville products, and a Williams Sonoma gift card. 

Registration for “Bike and Bluice” is available at EventBrite; for each bike booked, Breville will donate $100 to No Kid Hungry.

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