February 16, 2015 | by Darcy Blake | If you are traveling from afar to participate in Moving Day® Silicon Valley, consider reserving a room from the San Jose Marriott offering a special room rate of $139 USD per night and it is near the event. To take advantage of this special group rate for the National Parkinson Foundation, click on this link: Book your group rate for National Parkinson Foundation room block

Moving Day® Silicon Valley is an annual fundraising walk event that debuts on April 25 in San Jose at Arena Green East. The San Jose event celebrates movement with a walk along the banks of the Guadalupe River, and exercises under a cluster of tents called the Movement Pavilion. Moving Day® is made possible by National Parkinson Foundation and it is presented in cities throughout the country. The goal of the event is to educate the community and bring awareness to the fight against Parkinson’s disease (PD).

People with PD and their families have the choice of joining one-, two-, or three-mile walks. While the walks are enroute, participants can opt to visit the Movement Pavilion to try mini-exercise sessions that help manage the symptoms of PD.

The San Jose Marriott is directly connected to the San Jose McEnery Convention Center and offers 506 beautifully appointed guest rooms and suites as well as amenities like a refreshing drink after your morning walk!

National Parkinson Foundation rate of $139 USD plus tax ends April 10, 2015
Off-site parking: $20 daily at the Convention Center across the street from the hotel.

San Jose Marriott, 301 South Market Street, San Jose, CA 95113, TEL: 408-287-2100

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