Sealing the Deal: The Benefits of a Gym Broker

Traditionally, a broker serves as a facilitator between buyer and seller, arranging transactions in exchange for a commission. If you're starting a new gym or modifying your existing vendor list, you can benefit from the knowledge and expertise of gym brokers. You don't have to face the daunting venture of starting a fitness center business alone. Getting Started If you're thinking of becoming a health club or fitness center owner, your gym broker can locate prospective sellers. A qualified gym broker will have valuable insight on buying and leasing space, establishing contracts with companies that supply the latest in health club equipment, and securing package deals. Your broker can also assist in acquiring the basics -- pool maintenance products, locker room supplies, health and beauty products, or vending machines. Establishing or Expanding Your Vender List If you are just starting out as a fitness center owner, you don't need to spend more time establishing you…
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Sell Your Gym Now

Is it time to sell?  Wanting a buyer for your gym? Don’t know where to find them? Our channels get thousands of hits each month.  When owners of gyms are looking to sell they turn to Fitness Management.  Fitness Management is your link to leading gyms and top business brokers by connecting you with quality prospective buyers and strategic acquirers. Buy/Sell transactions are at the highest level since 2007.  For buyers, the represents strong value opportunity as a result of increasing revenue growth and stabilizing prices.  The consistently strong financial performance of gyms bodes well for the future and is why gym owners are earning healthy sales prices upon exit. Fitness Management has Sr. Business Intermediaries looking for gyms in your area.  Reply now to find out if you are a possible match. Qualified buyers and strategic acquirers are out in force, it is truly a seller’s market.  Act now for a no-obligation consultation. Please fill in the requested information an…
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TRUFUSION Studio Purchases Rights To Fly Gym Fitness Program

Vegas-Based Fitness Franchise Announces Ownership of Aerial Exercise Model LAS VEGAS - Dec. 22, 2015 // PRNewswire // - TRUFUSION, the Las Vegas-based workout studio known for its unique variety of group classes and hot fusion workouts, has announced ownership of holistic aerial fitness system, Fly Gym. TRUFUSION will offer Fly Gym to its members at new locations as the brand expands nationwide. Fly Gym Fitness Program is an innovative fusion of yoga, Pilates and cirque inspired movements. The workout method combines traditional elements of endurance, strength and power with the addition of flexibility, stability and release. Fly Gym Aerial Fitness uses an 11 piece set which includes fabric slings, daisy chains and carabiners that are hung from the ceiling. Pam Carter and Karen Andes originally came up with the concept in an effort to train first time students who wanted to build strength. Today, Fly Gym is used by individuals of all abilities to achieve optimal wellness in…
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The Do’s and Don’ts of a Fitness Center Valuation

Whether you own a fitness center and want to sell it, or you’re an entrepreneur who wants to acquire an existing gym, one way or another you will need to know what the gym is worth.  On the selling side, the idea is to make the price low enough to attract plenty of buyers, but while making sure that you’re not leaving potential profits on the table.  From the buyer’s point of view, you want to determine the value of the fitness center in comparison to the listed cost.  The price you pay for a gym can seriously affect months or years down the road of profits, so this is factor is not to be taken lightly.  In many cases, a seller of the fitness center will engage the services of an industry expert to assess the value of the business they wish to acquire. These experts may arrive at vastly different figures.  Their ability to compromise can result in a mutually satisfactory transaction for both buyer and seller, but much of that process may be based upon what method each side uses…
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