Ballys Helps Nonprofits Through Free Fitness Offer

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Bally Total Fitness, Chicago, in an attempt to get people to take part in charitable events and help raise funds for organizations throughout the country, last week unveiled Stronger Communities, which will provide anyone with a registration/pledge form a free-trial membership pass.


It's urging people to take part in walk-, bike-, roll-, dance- and bowl-a-thons scheduled for the months of September and October. And to provide extra incentive for people to participate and help raise funds for numerous causes, Ballys is offering fundraisers the opportunity to work out free of charge in any of its clubs located throughout the country.


To take advantage of the offer and receive a 30-day training membership, participants need to bring a copy of their personal registration/pledge from any charitable event to a Ballys club.
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