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Date Posted: 14:37:06 11/11/03 Tue
Author: cori
Subject: Re: New Curves
In reply to: Sue 's message, "New Curves" on 12:32:53 11/11/03 Tue

>I am currently in the process of opening a Curves
>franchise and I am interested to know what you ladies
>like and dislike about your clubs. I would also like
>to hear of any activities at your club that make it
>more interesting.
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I think if I could change just one thing about my Curves (and others) is that I wish there were showers. I know that not having the showers with all the overhead and upkeep they entail is what keeps the cost so affordable for members, so I'm reasonable.

I love the hours at mine, but I've heard others aren't so lucky. Mine opens at 6:30am on MWF and I know I would not be able to work out in the mornings if they opened any later than that. I wouldn't mind a tiny bit earlier, but if I actually have my act together I can get there, get worked out, change real quick and zip off to my Park & Ride to catch my bus.

Something I've noticed I like now that I'm back from my hiatus is the community type board they have at my club (it was sparse before). It's a cork board with baby-sitting services, or craft sales, or neighboring businesses offering Curves members discounts, or what have you. I feel like I'm getting to know a part of my neighborhood I know little about, a demographic that's been invisible to me. Sense of pride and ownership is a great motivator.

Cori

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