Corporate Fitness Works Receives Awards, Names Allison Flatley to New Role

Fitness management and consulting company Corporate Fitness Works recently received three honors from the Tampa Bay Business Journal related to its growth Photo courtesy Corporate Fitness Works
<p>Fitness management and consulting company Corporate Fitness Works recently received three honors from the Tampa Bay Business Journal related to its growth. (Photo courtesy Corporate Fitness Works.)</p>

Corporate Fitness Works, St. Petersburg, Florida, recently received several honors and announced it has moved COO Allison Flatley into the role of chief strategy officer.

Flatley's move is part of the company's strategy for continued growth in 2016, according to a release from the company. Flatley has more than 30 years of experience in the wellness and fitness industry. She had been COO at L&T Health prior to the spring 2014 purchase of that company by Corporate Fitness Works. Flatley was then named COO of the combined company, which offers fitness and wellness management, facility design, equipment procurement and consulting services. In her new role as chief strategy officer, Flatley will champion the company's mission, vision, values and philosophies and play an integral role to strengthen the company's position for continued success and profitability, according to the release.

Allison Flatley, who had been serving as COO of Corporate Fitness Works, has been named as the company's chief strategy officer. (Photo courtesy Corporate Fitness Works.)

Corporate Fitness Works recently received several honors, including awards from the Tampa Bay Business Journal, which named it as the fastest growing largest private company in Tampa Bay, Florida. In 2015, Corporate Fitness Works recorded a 167.7 percent growth. The company reported to Club Industry that it had $14.99 million in 2014 revenue, earning it the rank of No. 59 on Club Industry's 2015 Top 100 Clubs list.

The Tampa Bay Business Journal also ranked Corporate Fitness Works No. 15 on its list of the largest women-owned companies in Tampa Bay and ranked it No. 1 in the wellness business.

Corporate Fitness Works was founded in 1988 by Sheila Drohan and Brenda Loube, who both recently were named host chair for the 2016 Women's Business Enterprise National Council's National Conference and Business Fair taking place June 21-23, 2016, in Orlando, Florida. This conference is the largest conference for female business owners in the United States and will bring together more than 3,500 entrepreneurs, senior executives and procurement representatives from Fortune 500 companies.

"As host chair of the 2016 WBENC National Conference and Business Fair, Corporate Fitness Works will be given tremendous exposure to top corporations who value and support supplier diversity," Loube, who serves as president of Corporate Fitness Works, said. "It is an honor to represent women-owned businesses and participate in the sharing of best practices throughout the event."

Corporate Fitness Works employs more than 650 wellness and fitness professionals nationwide.  

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