Retro Fitness has announced plans for 30-plus additional locations in Pennsylvania within the next three years through strategic franchise partnerships. The brand already has 17 franchise locations operating in greater Philadelphia. Retro Fitness CEO and founder Eric Casaburi said, “Being from New Jersey, Philly and all of Pennsylvania have always been near and dear to my heart, so I saw Philadelphia as the perfect place to introduce Pennsylvania to our low-cost, high-value gym when we began franchising the concept. Although we’ve been consistently opening successful gyms in the areas surrounding Philadelphia, there’s a void in the rest of the state that we’re adamant about filling. We believe Retro Fitness can attain the same market power in Pennsylvania that it has in the New York City Metro area and New Jersey where we have more than 100 gyms. We provide entrepreneurs with an unprecedented proven business model that is built on delivering members an affordable gym experience with the quality and value they deserve.” Retro Fitness seeks single and multi-unit franchisees throughout the state.
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