Cummings Center recognizes veteran clients

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Veterans Day, the anniversary of the signing of the armistice ending World War I, is a time for remembrance and showing gratitude to all who have served our country.  Cummings Center in Beverly, the largest corporate campus on the North Shore of Boston, is home to numerous veteran-owned client firms, such as CrossFit Five Plus.

Co-owner and head coach Chris Welch is US Navy veteran who is focused on helping others achieve personal health and wellness. While in the Navy, Chris was always challenged to approach and overcome obstacles that appeared insurmountable at first.  Knowing first-hand the satisfaction of conquering mental obstacles, Chris thrives on helping athletes break through a mental barrier and on seeing the excitement on their faces the first time they achieve something they didn’t believe they could do. Visit the CrossFit website or stop by 100 Cummings Center, Suite 135-E to meet Chris and learn more about the CrossFit community.

A veteran himself, Bill Cummings has a long history of supporting those in need – and through Cummings Foundation and Cummings Properties’ Employee Directed Giving programs, he has done just that. These programs have already awarded more than a half a million dollars to local veteran organizations like Friends of Woburn Veterans, New England Center and Home for Veterans, Veterans Legal Services, and The Service Dog Project.

Chris Welch and Bill Cummings have chosen to give back to their communities, and they are not alone in that effort. Many client firms within the Cummings Center business neighborhood are offering military-inspired wellness services; see below for a few special offerings for all veterans and their families.

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Bill Cummings (center) is shown above with two US Army cook classmates in 1960 at Fort Dix, New Jersey.

BodiScience – Located at 100 Cummings Center, Suite 150-F, BodiScience is a wellness treatment center that specializes in full-body health. BodiScience combines a symphony of therapies to aid those with PTSD, TBI, and concussions, and it offers massage, light therapies, and meditation services. Visit its website to learn more and schedule an appointment. Discounts for veterans and their families are available.

Acupuncture & Herbal Clinic – Acupuncture & Herbal Clinic, located at 100 Cummings Center, Suite 335-D, specializes in a variety of Chinese herbal medicine alternatives, including acupuncture, laser acupuncture, cupping, moxibustion, gwa sha electro-acupuncture, and herbal medicine – all of which are covered through insurance for veterans. Learn more and schedule an appointment by visiting its website.

Face Rejuvenation & Healing Massage – Located at 100 Cummings Center, Suite 341-D, Face Rejuvenation & Healing Massage offers a variety of services, including craniosacral treatment. Also known as CST, it reportedly benefits those with depression, PTSD, post-concussion symptoms, and more. To book a session, email MassagebyDebrajean@gmail.com or call 978-473-7808. The center is also collecting donations for America’s Vet Dogs, which offers training for service dogs for veterans with chronic injuries and post-traumatic stress disorder.

Finally, Cummings Center will be raising military flags along Center Drive this Veterans Day to acknowledge those who have served and continue to serve our country. We would like to thank all veterans for making our country a better place to live, work, and play; your dedication and service inspires us.

To join the Cummings Center mixed-use business development campus, contact Mary at mcc@cummings.com or view space available here.