Youfit® Health Clubs Open To The Public For Earth Day

Youfit Teams Up With Best Buy and Staples To Recycle Old Electronics

Apr 17, 2015, 11:00 ET from Youfit Health Clubs

DEERFIELD BEACH, Fla., April 17, 2015 /PRNewswire/ -- Youfit Health Clubs around the nation are celebrating Earth Day 2015 by opening all clubs to the public and encouraging individuals to bring old electronics to recycle. Youfit will team up with Best Buy and Staples to recycle these items. Approved materials to recycle include cameras, camcorders, rechargeable batteries, mobile phones, computers, video games, MPS players, GPS devices, and CD and DVD players.   

The Youfit Earth Day Celebration will take place on Earth Day, April 22, from 9 a.m. to 9 p.m. All day, members of the community can get in a free workout at their local club. The public will enjoy unlimited Youfit Lime Card perks, such as guest privileges, discounts on cooler drinks and YouGX exercise classes. There will be games and giveaways as well as goodies from local vendors.  

At the celebration, each Youfit Club will raffle off a free one-year membership. In addition, a special offer from Youfit will be revealed during the event.

Being an eco-friendly company, Youfit has consistently worked to make Earth Day a priority. Each health club uses recycled green materials in its construction.

"Our goal is to have the greenest clubs in America," says Berks, founder of Youfit. "For example, when you walk in, you'll be walking on floors made of recycled tires or Nike (NKE) 'grind' (recycled sneakers). Our heating, cooling, water and power systems are also all energy-efficient."

For more information, visit www.youfit.com or call 888-968-3481. You can also join the conversation on Twitter at twitter.com/youfit, Instagram at instagram.com/youfithealthclubs or Facebook at facebook.com/Youfithealthclubs.

About Youfit Health Clubs
Youfit Health Clubs was founded in 2008 by Rick Berks with the philosophy that fitness clubs should be welcoming, not intimidating. Youfit is one of the fastest-growing fitness companies in America, with an average of 3–4 clubs opening per month. The company's clubs cater to the average person who simply wants to be fit rather than to bodybuilders or "gym rats." Youfit is dedicated to using recycled materials in gym construction and aims to be the "greenest" gym in America. For more information, visit youfit.com. Join the conversation online using the hashtag #GymHappy. Follow Youfit on Twitter at twitter.com/youfit, Instagram at instagram.com/youfithealthclubs and Facebook at facebook.com/Youfithealthclubs.

Contact:

Catherine Goergen


cgoergen@mullen.com/336-774-9346

 

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