Blink Fitness debuted at a pair of Philadelphia shopping centers last week.
Syracuse local Dean Panos worked alongside his father to run several McDonald’s locations in upstate New York for more than 20 years.
Blink Fitness, the premium-quality, value-based fitness club, is thrilled to announce the company will be expanding its footprint by entering the Los Angeles metro area in 2017.
New York-based health club chain Blink Fitness is expanding into the Philadelphia region, with four area gyms scheduled to open over the next year and more being planned, the company said in a release this week.
When the United States entered the recession in 2008, fitness-conscious consumers had to make difficult decisions about how to stretch their tightening budgets without sacrificing exercise.
For some, December signifies the arrival of the holiday season, or the final hurrah of the current year — but for Blink Fitness, this December signifies reaching a major milestone, and looking forward to more, as the franchise prepares to open its 50th gym this month.
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Blink Fitness, the premium quality, value-based gym launches a brand-wide casting call today through October 7, the goal of which is to feature actual gym members in the company's 2017 ad campaign.
Opening up the program today was Todd Magazine, President of Blink Fitness. This company is based in New York and is expanding into the Tampa Bay area with plans to open stores starting in 2017. Prior to joining Blink Fitness, Todd Magazine held senior leadership roles at venerable organizations such as Procter & Gamble, PepsiCo, and Equinox (his current employer, for which he oversees start-up Blink Fitness).
When new franchisees join Blink Fitness, they are receiving not only a proven franchise model with multiple revenue streams and low labor costs, but also the world-class support the brand has become known for, including site selection and construction assistance.
Wall Street Journal - For me, the summer’s biggest mystery is the gym I just joined. It’s bright, spacious and super clean. It’s seldom crowded. The friendly guys at the front desk greet me with “Good morning, Anne!” when I arrive and “Have a great day, Anne!” when I leave. It is so not New York.
Worcester Business Journal - Blink Fitness, a New York City-based gym chain, is ready to move into Massachusetts, with its sights set on the MetroWest region. The company has its sights set on the suburban MetroWest community.
Boston Magazine – Boston is bursting with fancy big-box gyms and swanky boutique studios. In the summer, we’re up to our elbows in free fitness series. But when it comes to the middle ground between those two extremes—affordable gyms—the list suddenly gets a lot shorter.
SELF – Gyms typically have a hell of a lot of mirrors, and, sometimes, it’s hard to remember when you’re hitting the treadmill that working out is about more than just visible results. That’s why gym chain Blink Fitness took a new step this month to make sure their patrons start thinking about how exercise makes them feel.
Bustle.com – "Setting achievable fitness goals will help you build confidence and keep your mind at ease," says Blink Fitness personal trainer Ellen Thompson to Bustle over email.
Club Business International – Todd Magazine, the president of Blink Fitness, the newest brand in the Equinox portfolio, believes its emphasis on the immediate benefits of exercise – the “Feel Good Experience” - will set it apart from, and help it prevail over, other high-volume/low-price providers. His earlier successes at Pfizer, PepsiCo, and Procter & Gamble suggest he might just be right.
Nylon Espanol - There is always the dilemma if one should register/not register for the gym. There are those who support the idea of enclosing themselves in four walls and endless mirrors for hours, while there are others who prefer the outside. The best option is always different depending on the person,