Hit the gym anytime

Anytime Fitness, the world’s largest and fastest growing 24-hour co-ed fitness franchise, is pleased to announce it will be open for fitness

Anytime Fitness, the world’s largest and fastest growing 24-hour co-ed fitness franchise, is pleased to announce it will be open for fitness in Salmon Arm very soon. A grand opening celebration will take place in the new year but owners Brett and Holly Barker expect to be open for business on or before Dec. 21.

The gyms are staffed roughly eight hours a day, but members can access the club whenever they like – even during unstaffed hours – using a computerized key-fob system.

Club tours are available and until they open our pre-sale discounted rates are available for purchase. Membership information is available at the club, by calling 1-778-489-5323 or by emailing salmonarmbc@anytimefitness.com.

 

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