Invest in Your Future, and Register Early for the 2019 Club Industry Show

Club Industry Show registration
(Photo by George Rudy / Getty Images.) This year, we resolved to open the Club Industry Show registration portal as early as possible. This allows you to secure your place, mark your calendar and begin making plans.

You asked; we listened. Registration is now open early for this year's Club Industry Show (Oct. 9-11, Hilton Chicago).

Planning our conference program is an exciting, year-round endeavor, and the Club Industry team takes great pride in delivering the quality education you need to advance your fitness business in today's competitive and ever-evolving landscape.

This year, we resolved to open our registration portal as early as possible. This allows you to secure your place, mark your calendar and begin making plans.

We are offering four "Early Bird" registration specials, valid through Aug. 15. This includes our best-valued Premium Pass ($375), guaranteeing unlimited conference sessions from Wednesday, Oct. 9, to Friday, Oct. 11, as well as a place at our Welcome Reception, Club Community Breakfast, morning workouts, exhibit hall, Thursday keynote, and much more.

This year, attendees will have access to nearly 100 sessions across seven distinct tracks: Leadership and Management, Sales and Marketing, Personal Training, Programming, Retention, Technology and Trends, and our Health and Fitness Integration Summit. (Our sessions and speakers will be announced in early June.)

Register now with confidence that the 2019 Club Industry Show will serve you and your varied business needs. Commit to three days that could change the course of your fitness business—and do so before prices increase.

 

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