International gym franchise Snap Fitness has opened a site in Burntwood, Staffordshire.
Snap Fitness, which is open 24 hours 365 days a year, has an international presence with more than 2,000 active branches in USA, UK and Australia.
Nottingham-based law firm Fraser Brown helped secure the lease for the 7,000 sq. ft. premises at Unit 1, Chase Terrace, Cannock Road.
The new branch has brought three jobs to the area and features free weights, cardio equipment, large functional training studios, a sledge track and showers with individual bathrooms.
The gym will also have a virtual class system for members to choose from. Once a class is selected it will then appear on a big screen so that members can follow the workouts at their own leisure.
Daniel Smith, area manager at Snap Fitness, said: “We are so pleased to reveal our new Burntwood branch and it has already been well received by the community with lots of interest from new members.
“We opened our first Midlands branch back in 2013 and have since grown with a further three branch openings. Each branch offers the highest quality equipment and flexibility and members can access any other branch worldwide, as well as their local gym.
“The team at Fraser Brown have provided us with continuous support for the opening of our Midlands branches and we want to thank them for all their work. They’ve always had our best interests at heart and the process is always smooth, with exceptional results. We will certainly be concentrating on opening new branches in the Midlands area as well as focusing on overall UK growth.”
Patrick Wood, managing partner at Fraser Brown, assisted with the leases of all four Midlands Snap Fitness branches in Ilkeston, Market Harborough, Swadlincote and Staffordshire.
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He said: “Snap Fitness has been very well received in the region and the new Staffordshire branch is a great new addition. Daniel has been a pleasure to work with over the past few years and his passion for the gym industry has ensured the success of every new location.”
By Rachel Covill
Source: The Business Desk