Snap Fitness, the world’s fastest growing franchisor of compact, state-of-the-art fitness centers, announced today a partnership with a privately-held, Australian-based area development group headed by Rozlyn Barker, formerly of Goodlife Health Clubs, who brings with her over 20 years of health and fitness industry experience. The group is well-funded for its expansion goals and has plans to open between six and 10 locations in Australia and New Zealand by the end of 2009.
“Australians are placing more importance on fitness than ever before,” said Barker. “The issue for many people is that they have trouble finding the time to workout, and many fitness clubs don’t offer a great deal of flexibility for members. Over the years other companies have attempted to mimic the company’s business model, but we are confident that anyone that steps foot in one of our clubs will be able to see the difference and understand what makes Snap Fitness the global leader in fast, convenient and affordable workouts across the globe.”