Virtual Step Challenge: Tour of DC

Coming in October: are you up for some healthy competition?

Grab your activity tracker, create a team or join a team and join the challenge!

*All team members must be an active member of 689 and get your benefits through the Transit Employees Health and Welfare Office

Race around the center of American politics in the “Tour of D.C.” virtual step challenge. Teams of up to 5 players will compete against each other.

I already have an account with Virgin Pulse through 689 Moving Metro…

  • Sign up for the challenge starting Monday October 12th through your Virgin Pulse account. Log in at: (use Google Chrome for your search engine)
  • Your username is your email address and the password is what you set when you originally registered for the Virgin Pulse program.
  • Need assistance accessing your account? Call membership services during normal business hours at: 1-888-671-9395 (Your sponsor is 689 Moving Metro)

I don’t have an account with Virgin Pulse through 689 Moving Metro yet…

  • Enroll for your Virgin Pulse account and FREE activity tracker at: (Use Google Chrome for your search engine!)
  • Then you can join the challenge on October 12th!
  • Challenge Starts October 26th and ends November 22nd

The victors will be the team with the most steps at the end of the challenge and there will be prizes!

  • For every member who signs up for the challenge $10.00 will be entered into the prize jack pot up to $3500.00!*
  • The top three teams will win Visa gift cards. Amounts to be determined at the end of the challenge, based on the amount of participants.

*Please note: prizes are taxable.

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