Since the emergence of the modern health club industry, club operators have defined their value proposition primarily using three variables: facilities, programs and price. This approach continues to dominate the club landscape, resulting in business models frequently defined by price and/or the amount and type of facilities offered. On the other hand, some club operators add service components that appeal to a more discerning consumer and generate a potentially higher price point. The ...
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