Register for IHRSA30 by the 16th and Receive a Free Gift
Wed, December 15, 2010 at 9:02
Kevin Foley in Consumer Report

IHRSA is giving away a free copy of The IHRSA Health Club Consumer Report to each person who registers for a 4-day pass to the 30th Annual IHRSA Convention and Trade Show before December 16. That's a $149 value that you'll get for free if you register today.

The 30th Annual IHRSA Convention and Trade Show

The 30th Annual IHRSA Convention and Trade Show will be held in San Francisco from March 16-19. Besides enjoying the weather, there's going to be a lot to do and see at IHRSA30. We've got world-class speakers, the best industry education and a trade show filled with industry suppliers.

For more information, visit IHRSA.org/convention.

To register and receive your free copy of The IHRSA Health Club Consumer Report, visit IHRSA.org/go30.

The IHRSA Health Club Consumer Report

The IHRSA Health Club Consumer Report (Regularly $149).

This year's report provides detailed insight into the metrics, participation trends, and demographics of both member and non-member consumers in American fitness facilities. It covers member and consumer information including demographics, income, membership history, attendance, equipment usage, activity participation rates, and PRIZM profiles. Activity participation and PRIZM profiles are analyzed to help club operators design profitable marketing initiatives to engage current and potential consumers. The report also includes the health club participation index, which provides key information on consumers’ usage trends. It is based on analysis of 40,141 online interviews that were carried out with a nationwide sample of individuals and households in early 2010.

To register for IHRSA30 and receive a free copy of the report, visit IHRSA.org/go30.

 

*Non-transferable.  No substitutions. This offer may not be combined with or applied to any other promotions, discounts, or previously purchased registrations.  Participating clubs must be IHRSA members in good standing.

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