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Enterprise Florida Hosts Roundtable with Tervis, Retro Fitness to Discuss Florida’s Business-Friendly Environment

Enterprise Florida Hosts Roundtable with Tervis, Retro Fitness to Discuss Florida’s Business-Friendly Environment

Enterprise Florida, Inc. (EFI) was joined by Rogan Donelly, CEO of Tervis, and Andrew Alfano, CEO of Retro Fitness, to discuss the success businesses are experiencing because of Florida’s decision to remain over the past year. Donelly and Alfano are featured in EFI’s new ‘Built for Opportunity’ Awareness Campaign which launched earlier this month

“Rogan Donelly’s and Andrew Alfano’s stories are true testaments to the fact that Florida is open and welcome to those wanting to do business here,” said Secretary of Commerce Jamal Sowell, President and CEO of Enterprise Florida, Inc. “Because of the leadership of Governor DeSantis, businesses are set up for success from the start, and we look forward to continuing to share their stories.” 

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Enterprise Florida highlights small businesses thriving thanks to Florida’s approach to the pandemic (The Capitolist)

Enterprise Florida highlights small businesses thriving thanks to Florida’s approach to the pandemic (The Capitolist)

Andrew Alfano, CEO of Retro Fitness, recaps how Florida set an important precedent by being one of the first states to reopen gyms, which allowed Floridians to regain control of their health and daily routine.

“Florida was the first state to reopen health clubs, recognizing the importance of exercise, health and fitness,” Alfano says in the video. “We not only are getting through the pandemic, we are thriving and in growth mode. We are creating more jobs in the state of Florida than any other state in the nation.”

 

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Retro Fitness Launches Join Now Media Agency (PR Newswire)

Retro Fitness Launches Join Now Media Agency (PR Newswire)

Retro Fitness, the leader in high-value, low price fitness, announced the launch of Join Now Media – Where Leads Become Joins, an in-house marketing agency created to support franchisees in their marketing efforts across America. The agency was created to reduce costs coming out of the pandemic, and empower franchisees with in-depth knowledge of marketing, analytics and results. 

 

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Retro Fitness CEO says gyms are seeing ‘extremely high’ demand from returning members (Fox Business)

Retro Fitness CEO says gyms are seeing ‘extremely high’ demand from returning members (Fox Business)

Gov. Andrew Cuomo announced Monday that gyms will be allowed to reopen and Retro Fitness CEO Andrew Alfano said gym members are already itching to get back despite extensive coronavirus guidelines.
“Beyond Retro Fitness, which operates in 14 states around the country, as I speak with other fitness leaders, I would tell you that joins continue to be up,” Alfano told FOX Business’ Stuart Varney. “Check-ins of members continue to be up across the board and the demand to get back to the health clubs is actually extremely high.”

 

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New City gym holds fundraiser to honor fallen firefighter Jared Lloyd (Brooklyn News 12)

New City gym holds fundraiser to honor fallen firefighter Jared Lloyd (Brooklyn News 12)

People were pumping iron for a purpose at Retro Fitness in New City on Wednesday.

The gym held a fundraiser called “Lift For A Hero,” in honor of fallen firefighter Jared Lloyd. Lloyd died in the line of duty rescuing residents from Evergreen Court Assisted Living Home in Spring Valley back in March.

The gym’s general manager says members have been supportive and donations started pouring in well before Wednesday.

 

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