SAN FRANCISCO, Calif. — Jan 10, 2017 — Netpulse, the #1 provider of mobile apps for health clubs, announced today that Fitness Evolution of California, a fast-growing 50 club chain, is its newest customer. The FitEvo mobile app will offer members access to robust workout tracking, fitness challenges and a comprehensive mobile rewards program.
Fitness Evolution is a premium fitness club without premium prices. Their locations combine state-of-the-art equipment, classes, and amenities with a friendly environment and supportive staff, starting at just $9.99 per month. Their popular EvoFiit group training program provides members with a challenging and upbeat environment without a studio. The chain currently has 50 locations in the Northern California area, with plans to grow significantly in 2016.
“As our clubs have continued to expand in the last few years, we recognized the opportunity to engage our members with mobile,” said Jonathan Wall, Chief Operating Officer of Fitness Evolution. “We are going to continue to invest in technology that helps our team work smarter by leveraging mobile referrals, digital rewards and member feedback delivered through smartphones.”
Fitness Evolution has deployed all of the most recent, state-of-the-art mobile technology from Netpulse, including Mobile Rewards, which enables members to earn points and redeem prizes for taking desired actions in the club, like making referrals by texting friends from their smartphone. Fitness Evolution is also using Mobile Feedback to receive quick insights from members after a club visit, enabling them to easily measure member satisfaction and take action.
“From the quality of clubs, excellent group training program and focus on digital, the team at Fitness Evolution is building a great product,” said Greg Skloot, Vice President of Growth at Netpulse. “We’re thrilled to support them with mobile, and help them grow even faster.”
The Fitness Evolution Mobile App is now available for iOS and Android.
Netpulse is the #1 provider of mobile apps for health clubs. With thousands of customers globally, Netpulse provides the fitness industry's most robust mobile marketing platform for attracting and converting prospects into engaged members that buy more. The platform connects the most popular wearables, tracking apps and club technology into one seamless mobile experience. Industry leaders such as Fitness Evolution, Planet Fitness and Gold's Gym leverage the Netpulse platform for their digital offerings. Learn more at www.netpulse.com.
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