Let’s Party! #YourLifeInTheWaterMatters

Party Details: Join us on 5/12/2015 @7PMEST for a candid discussion on swimming and drowning prevention. Hosts: @swimswimswimisa & @thebrandnewmom Hashtag: #yourlifeinthewatermatters PRIZES ~ About Agnes Davis/swim swim swim I SAY: The mission of sssIS is to introduce swimming as an empowerment tool and total body exercise while encouraging children … Continue reading

Happy Holidays: Live, Love, Laugh And Swim

Agnes Davis, CEO, swim swim swim I SAY, Celebrating Health, Holidays And Growth Agnes Davis, CEO of swim swim swim I SAY, the only female owned and operated swimming company based in Upper Manhattan servicing Harlem and the Bronx wants to wish everyone a bountiful and healthy holiday season. The … Continue reading

365 Days Fitness: 6 Reasons Swimming Should Be Year Round

Agnes Davis, CEO of swim swim swim I SAY, the only female owned and operated swimming company based in Upper Manhattan servicing Harlem and the Bronx is on a health crusade to get children and adults into the water all year long. Fall through winter classes begin on September 20; … Continue reading

‘Brand’ Health: Do What You Fear Most

From an early age Agnes Davis enjoyed swimming. “I was a swimmer my entire life. My mom and sister swam so I got into the family activity,” she reminisces. Her lifelong hobby became her job when she was wrongfully terminated from her position as a Cardiovascular Perfusionist. This was a … Continue reading

Real Talk: How To Read Food Labels to Stay Healthy

Agnes Davis, CEO of swim swim swim I SAY,  the only female owned and operated swimming company, based in Upper Manhattan servicing Harlem and the Bronx teaches just more than swimming to over 100 students and families. Davis is on a mission to inform her students and parents that incorporating … Continue reading

Learn to Remix a Wrongful Termination to Success: Reinvent!

I love an inspiring story. Meet Agnes Davis, CEO of Swim Swim Swim I Say, a company dedicated to empowering parents, toddlers, and the elderly on the joys and benefits of swimming. It wasn’t long ago, Agnes was unemployed due to a wrongful termination, at that moment a life-intervention appeared … Continue reading