While club members work to get in better physical shape, today's economy is requiring many fitness facility operators to watch their costs and tighten their financial belts. Perhaps the most obvious areas for cost-cutting are the biggest expense items—rent or lease payments on land or buildings, payroll and equipment costs—but savvy club owners and managers are looking beyond the "big-ticket" expense items to discover other ways to trim expenses. "It is ...
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