[London, ON]— GoodLife Fitness will open a 26,000 sq. ft. Club in Brandon, Manitoba located in Shoppers Mall on 18th Street in early in 2017.
The co-ed facility will be GoodLife’s first location in Brandon and the 8th club in Manitoba.
“We are so excited to be joining the community of Brandon, Manitoba,” says David ’Patch’ Patchell- Evans, Founder and CEO of GoodLife Fitness. “Brandon is a growing city that has a passion for physical activity. We are looking forward to helping residents achieve their health and fitness goals and live their version of ‘the GoodLife"’.
“Shoppers Mall welcomes GoodLife Fitness to our centre,” said General Manager, Kim James. “The co-ed Club will offer the community a modern, first class facility with amenities that support an active lifestyle. It will provide our customers with an enhanced one-stop location for retail and services."
GoodLife Fitness features caring and experienced fitness professionals including: educated and certified personal trainers, MYBootcamp coaches and passionate and certified group fitness instructors. GoodLife also features the world’s leading group fitness classes like Les Mills and Jillian Michaels BODYSHRED'", group cycling, and virtual fitness classes. GoodLife also gives members access to industry-leading strength training and cardio equipment and more.
Amenities for the Club are currently being finalized. Residents are encouraged to keep an eye on www.eoodlifefitness.com/upcoming-locacions for the latest updates about this location.
GoodLife is expected to employ approximately 40 employees from the community for this location. Anyone interested in working in a fun, no-judgment atmosphere at GoodLife Fitness are encouraged to go to iobs.eoodlifefitness.com and apply for a position to join the GoodLife Fitness team.
About GoodLife Fitness
Proudly Canadian since 1979, GoodLife Fitness is the largest fitness company in Canada and the fourth largest in the world. With over 365 clubs from coast-to-coast, including 70 Energie Cardio and EconoFitness Clubs in Quebec, approximately 14,400 employees and more than 1.25 million Members, GoodLife is helping to transform the health and wellness of one in 34 Canadians every day. www.eoodlifefitness.com