Town Hall: You Have Questions about How Coronavirus Will Affect Your Business; We Have Experts Who Are Here to Help

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(Photo by Vlad Kol/Getty Images Plus.) Club Industry is hosting free virtual town hall meetings to help you get through the coronavirus crisis.

If you are like me, you probably feel that the coronavirus has caused the world to turn upside down. And if you are a health club owner or operator of a not-for-profit, university rec center, parks and rec facility or a studio, you likely have a lot of questions about what you should be doing right now.

We want to help, so we are hosting two virtual town halls this week to answer as many questions as we can. We’ll have experts from within the industry and outside the industry who will be on each town hall to respond with best practices in a variety of areas: disease transition and mitigation, your legal requirements during this time, billing decisions, marketing and retention efforts, online options and more. 

Join us at 2 p.m. Eastern on March 18 and/or 2 p.m. Eastern on March 19. Register for the March 18 town hall here. Register for the March 19 town hall here. When you register, there’s an option to submit a question, but if you have more than one question or want to send the question to us directly, you can do so by emailing [email protected].

Our experts will answer as many questions as we can during these two calls, and we plan to continue with weekly town halls until this crisis is over.

This is a time when everyone in the industry needs to put aside competitive issues and work together to keep our communities safe and share best practices to keep our facilities financially viable until this crisis is over.

Let’s fight this together and come out the other side stronger and smarter.

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