News For You


The editors at Club Industry's Fitness Business Pro magazine pride ourselves in providing you with industry news as quickly and accurately as possible on our Web site and following up on that news with analysis in print.

That's why I encourage you to visit our Web site each day to see the latest news that affects you. In addition, you can sign up for an RSS feed (by clicking on the RSS button at the bottom right of every page) on our Web site so that when news is posted, it comes to your aggregator automatically.

So that you don't miss anything, we send out an e-newsletter, Newsbeat, three times a month. The e-newsletter allows you to read some of the most pertinent news of the past 10 days.

Last year, we sent out breaking news alerts on occasion when news just couldn't wait for Newsbeat.

This year, we will not only continue with Newsbeat and breaking news alerts, but we will also launch a Special Report e-newsletter. Each of these Special Reports will focus on one area of interest in the industry. Our first one will focus on the economy.

Sounds good, doesn't it? So why, you may be asking, have you not received any of these items in your inbox? Because in order to receive them, you must sign up for them online by clicking on the subscribe link.

While you are there, preview the digital version of the magazine (which launched in May 2008), and feel free to sign up for it. By doing so, a searchable copy of the issue will be e-mailed to you each month. A digital subscription does cancel your print subscription, but everything that appeared in print also appears in the digital version.

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