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"What IS Going On in the Fitness Industry?" October 12 Round-Table Discussion at Club Industry Show 2011

Club Industry Show 2011: The Conference and Exposition for Fitness Business Professionals, October 12-14, 2011 - McCormick Place, Chicago, IL - Robert J Dyer will be co-facilitating a round-table discussion called 'What IS Going on in he Fitness Industry?' Click to learn more about the session.

Fitness industry leaders, Fitmarc's Robert J Dyer & Bryan K O'RourkeRobert Dyer and Bryan O'RourkeWill you be attending Club Industry Show 2011? If so, I hope you'll join me for a round-table discussion and learn what's really going on in the fitness industry. Along with Fitmarc CSO Bryan O'Rourke and longtime friend and colleague Michael Scott Scudder I'll be one of the 5 panelist running the discussion.

It's called: "What IS Going On In The Fitness Industry" and is scheduled for Wednesday, October 12 from 10:45AM - 12:15PM.

Attendees shouldn't expect smoke and mirrors. Instead, you should anticipate just raw, uncensored information presented by top industry leaders. Ours will be a real, casual round-table talk.

Those who participate in our discussion can look forward to learning about:

a. the effects of, and future for, low-price franchises
b. how group fitness programs impact member retention
c. emerging market trends and how to engage them
d. how the fitness industry can benefit from social media

Hope to see you there!

Reader Comments (1)

In the UK and Europe the health and fitness industry is still growing. The number of members of fitness facilities has increased and this means a larger client base for people trained in the fitness world. Sole operator facilities are also very popular if you want to have your own business.

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November 9, 2011 at 11:51 PM | Unregistered CommenterErica

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