The health and fitness industry is an $11.6 billion industry and one of the fastest growing businesses in existence today. Over the past 13 years, total club and fitness center memberships have steadily risen 90%. The 7.4% increase in 2000 represents the largest growth in health club memberships, reaching an all-time high of 32.8 million members. This growth positions the industry ahead of the pace necessary to reach the 50 million members, which IHRSA projects the industry to serve by 2010. Historically, the industry has proven time and again to be recession-proof.
Fitness Management is currently looking for investors/partners for turnaround opportunities, acquisitions, and expansion.
After Jim completes a Needs Analysis of the club, he strategically maps out a plan and then provides the means to execute a plan that can fit your needs.
A few things that makes FM & C an outstanding firm is not only their proven, time-tested methods of Jim's sales training and tracking accountabilities, but the manner in which he delivers the presentations. Jim is a true "people" person. He understands the daily struggles of the mom-n-pop facilities and he can handle all the red-tape that a larger, corporate facility is faced with.
Some consultants do a good job with the rah-rah, cheerleading seminars, but Jim is excellent also when the crowds are gone and you're back to the grind of the daily operational challenges. I have consulted with Jim Thomas for over 10 years and he is the real deal. I highly recommend Fitness Management & Consulting whether you are a struggling club looking to turn things around, or a new club start-up. FM & C can assist you and at the end of the day, you will feel that they have earned every $$ you invest into them.