Sam Adams Turns Over Two Oregon Athletic Clubs

Former National Football League player and current health club owner Sam Adams turned over two of his four Oregon Athletic Clubs to one of his lenders, and the clubs have begun operating under new management.

The saga of former National Football League player and current health club owner Sam Adams continues.

Adams turned over two of his four Oregon Athletic Clubs to one of his lenders, and the clubs began operating under new management on Saturday, the Portland Oregonian reported. The clubs that Adams turned over are the RiverPlace and Hawthorn Farm clubs.

Allstate Financial Group, Bothell, WA, is now running the two clubs after an agreement involving Adams and landlord D.W. Siver

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