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May 24 2018 -- (Washington DC) -- WTS International (WTS), the spa, fitness and lifestyle consultancy and management firm, has named Chris Griebe as the new corporate operations director in the company’s Recreation and Fitness Division.
A veteran of the public and private health and wellness fields for some 20 years, Griebe has worked as a personal trainer, fitness director, general manager and regional director.
His success in managing multi-site wellness centres, including private clubs and national fitness resorts and his expertise in large-scale, multi-site operations and new business acquisition has proven to be an ideal fit for WTS.
In his new position Griebe will support WTS sites by focusing on providing exceptional customer service training and developing innovative, results-driven wellness programming, with the aim of building membership and income-generating activities within the recreation and fitness division.
Gary Henkin, president of WTS International, said of his newest recruit: “We’re delighted to welcome Chris Griebe to our corporate team, in his role as corporate operations director for our Fitness and Recreation Division.
“Chris brings to us a wide experience in all aspects of health/fitness and wellness facility operations, including membership promotion, programme development and daily management. We’re fortunate to have him representing our firm.”
Griebe’s new role will also see his direct involvement in assuring the company’s continued success and growth through business development and outreach.
With an eye for exceptional service and wellness, Griebe is especially keen to set the standard in recreation and fitness management, by combining WTS’s reputation for delivering outstanding service with the company’s health and fitness programming, in order to improve outcomes for WTS clients, residents, members and communities.
“In my new role, I’m most excited to work with sites nationwide to provide comprehensive wellness programmes that will positively affect the health of individuals and the community,” said Griebe.