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Gold’s Gym Franchisee Association Awards Franchisee Mary Zampetti with the 2019 Bravo Award

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The GGFA presents the Bravo Award annually at the GGFA Owners’ Conference to a Franchisee who has consistently provided their peers with excellence in leadership.  The recipient clearly serves the Gold’s Gym Brand with integrity and dedication.  They serve the interests of the GGFA goals as well as the good of the general membership.  The Executive Board of Directors nominates a candidate and a vote takes place to select the recipient.  Mary has served on the prestigious GGFA Advisory Board since 2009 and the Gold’s Gym Advertising Advisory Council for two years.  She is the first female recipient. 

“It is a joy and privilege to work with Mary.  She has clarity in vision and a keen sense of operational excellence.  She truly deserves this special award this year.”  -GGFA Executive Director, Ginger Collins. 

“Mary wears her heart on her sleeve and she bleeds Gold’s Gym. It is an honor to work with her. Mary certainly deserves this award. Thank you, Mary, for all you do for the brand”. -GGFA President, Kim Kenyon.

Mary Zampetti along with her husband, Rob, own and operate Gold’s Gym Bridgewater, NJ. They have been in the Brand since 2001.

About The GGFA

We serve as advocates for all franchisees to help them maximize the profitability, stability and growth of their businesses. Our focus is on education, communication, networking, growth, protection and being a unified voice to the franchisor.

The GGFA hosted the 15th annual Owners’ Conference this year in New York City, NY.

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