Anytime Fitness Clubs in Kansas Reopen after State Closure

Two Anytime Fitness clubs in Kansas have reopened after the state seized the business assets of the franchisee whom the state claimed owed back taxes.

Two Anytime Fitness clubs in Kansas have reopened after the state seized the business assets of the franchisee whom the state claimed owed back taxes.

The clubs in Newton, KS, and Manhattan, KS, were closed last Wednesday, according to local media reports. Joshua Gunderson, who owns the Anytime Fitness clubs under Gunderson LLC, owed more than $19,000 in state sales and individual income taxes dating back to 2010. According to the state of Kansas, it shuts down businesses only a

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