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Lloyd Elsmore Park Fitness Centre Re-Opens

Media release
24 September 2008

Community Gyms - Lloyd Elsmore Park Fitness Centre Re-Opens

Lloyd Elsmore Park Fitness Centre is providing an opportunity for new members to go into a draw to win a trip for two to the Gold Coast, in a promotion to celebrate the re-opening of the centre.

Final fit out is nearing completion and from 4 October gym enthusiasts will be able to use the enlarged space and new equipment.

With an extra 160 square metres the fitness centre now has: new spin bikes, a dedicated Top Ride class area, circuit area, more cross-trainers and treadmills, a bigger stretch and AB area, and an enlarged assessment room.

Manukau Leisure Services is inviting all to the opening weekend on Saturday 4 October from 1pm and Sunday 5 October from 10am. There will be free Top Ride demonstration classes, spot prizes, café specials and tours through the centre.

Centre manager, Gary Burr, says that the team is excited to finally open the extensions. “We’ve been looking forward to providing our members with a bigger, brighter, better equipped fitness centre for a while now. We’re encouraging new members by offering no joining fee during October, and we have great group incentives.

“Also all new members in October will go into a draw to win a trip for two to the Gold Coast.”

Mr Burr thanks the existing fitness centre users for their patience over the construction period. “We appreciate their continued patronage over the four months of disruption during the works.”


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