Snap Fitnessto expand into India
Snap Fitness, Inc., a rapidly growing franchisor of compact, 24/7 express fitness clubs, has announced that it will be opening new clubs in Bangalore and Mumbai, India. According to the information given, the new clubs are to be owned and operated by Force Fitness India Pvt. Ltd., an experienced area developer of fitness franchises in India.
"With people earning more money in India today than ever before, many have an increasing propensity for spending their disposable incomes on ways to look and feel better," said Deepak Lalvani, Director of Sales at Snap Fitness India. "For many of the workers in call centers and other business services that must work unusual hours, there is great demand for a fitness club such as Snap Fitness that is open 24/7, and emphasizes fast, convenient and affordable workouts."
Founded in 2003 by CEO Peter Taunton, Snap Fitness offers fitness clubs that emphasize fast, convenient and affordable workouts. The company is, it says, experiencing phenomenal growth with more than 1,500 locations across the United States and Canada. Snap Fitness opened 86 new clubs in the second quarter of 2008 and it is expecting to close out the year with over 1000 locations open with 2000 markets sold. In addition to the two new club openings in India, Snap is looking to expand internationally throughout Europe, Latin America, the Middle East and Asia. (kbp)
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