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How You Can Help Club Industry Help You

Earlier this month, the staff at Club Industry hosted a strategy meeting with some vendors and fitness facility operators to help us create a three-year plan for the Club Industry Show. The productive gathering offered some thought-provoking and creative ideas that we are following up on. We thank these individuals for spending time with us despite it being the busiest time of the year for many. As soon as we can share more details on our plans, we will.

In the interim, how can you help us with our planning? Share your expertise and thoughts about the Club Industry Show, either by commenting in the comments section or emailing me at [email protected].

What have you liked about the Club Industry Show? What do you wish we did differently? Where can we improve? What new session topics, activities, networking events or other items would you like to see at the event?

Who would you like to see as our keynote presenter or what topic would you like addressed in the keynote? Who do you think deserves our next Lifetime Achievement Award?

If you think you have an important topic that needs to be shared with the industry and you would like to present that topic, please submit a call for presentations proposal before Feb. 20. We are looking for people with experience in the fitness industry who have given presentations to groups in the past. We are also looking for people outside the industry who can share their expertise as it applies to the fitness industry.

If you are a finalist to speak at our show and have never spoken for us before or have only spoken once for us, you will be called for a phone interview and possibly asked to submit a short video of your presentation.

We are committed to improving the Club Industry Show so that we can serve you better and help you on your road to serving your community. The best way to do that is to hear from you and get you involved in the process. 

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