Curves on market as a going concern

The popular fitness centre is hoped to appeal to someone local.
The popular fitness centre is hoped to appeal to someone local.
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A POPULAR women’s fitness centre has been put on the market as a going concern after four year of success.

Opened in 2007 by Maryann Bove, who opened up the first Curves in the North-east in 2005, the club is one of eleven in the Aberdeenshire area, and is popular with woman from both Peterhead and it’s surrounding areas.

Maryann told the Buchanie: “This is an exciting business opportunity for someone who loves to work with women and cares about their health and well-being.

“I got into the business because it worked well with having young children at school. I could work hours to provide a good work and life balance. Now my children are in their teens and I have some opportunities I would like to explore in Aberdeen so I am putting the business up for sale.”

The centre specifically designed for women features a complete thirty minute workout that is fun, fast and safe. The facility in Peterhead also features the most advanced fitness technology in the world, Curves Smart. This personalised coaching system ensures members achieve maximum benefits based upon their specific fitness levels. The popular Zumba curves circuit classes also run regularly at the club.

Maryann added: “Curves Peterhead has excellent, long-term, loyal staff who work hard to help our members get fit and stay fit. I have really enjoyed getting to know so many wonderful women in Peterhead and will miss seeing them all.”

The sale includes all equipment, furniture and fittings, low rent, air conditioning system and the potential for growth.

Maryann hopes someone local will purchase the club and have a more ‘hands on’ approach to the daily running of the facility. Anyone who may be interested is asked to contact her on 07851141027.