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Network With Great People At IHRSA's Twitter Chat

Next Wednesday May 20th, take an hour to network with industry and public health experts on social media. Yesterday I introduced our first expert, Mark Daly from Anytime Fitness. If you missed it, go ahead and read about Mark on our blog.

To join the chat, use Twitter or to visit the hashtag #WhyGetActive at 12:00 PM ET (9:00 AM PT, 6:00 PM CET).  

Today, I'm introducing Kristin Degenhardt, the Assistant General Manager at Kings Court Health and Sports Club. Kristin will be joining the chat to give her insight into creating a global cutlure of physical activity. Will you?


Kristin Degenhardt is the Assistant General Manager at King’s Court Health and Sports Club located in Lyndhurst New Jersey. She has a B.S in Marketing and Business Management from Goldey Beacom College in Delaware. Degenhardt specializes in marketing, management and events. Her experience in social media marketing and event planning has helped her re-brand King’s Court and turn it into a thriving facility. Almost doubling membership in two years. Kristin has been able to improve ways to expose and brand her club while servicing the community.

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