Teal Deal Thursday

Timonium personal training gift card

Stephen Holt, Timonium personal trainer

Millions of readers of national fitness magazines including Shape, Women's Health, Fitness. Woman's Day, Family Circle, Runner's World, (and many others) have made their exercise programs both more effective AND more efficient with fitness and nutrition advice from "America's Baby Boomer Expert," Stephen Holt.
Teal Deal Thursday

I know, it will never catch on.
(“Tempo Teal” is the official name of our main brand color.)

Some of my big shot fitness marketing friends discounted their products and services for Black Friday and Cyber Monday, but I’ve always believed that was a DIS-service to loyal clients.

Why should one-day-bargain hunters be treated BETTER than loyal clients who clearly see the value we offer and prove it monthly?

That always seemed unfair to me.
[29again Core Value #9: We Play Fair]

So, here’s your win-win deal …

You, loyal reader, get to pay just half-price for one of our $100 gift cards.

Your friend, family member, etc. gets to take a full $100 off any of our services.
[This is IN ADDITION TO the no cost Diagnostic & Strategy Session plus and 2-Week Trial referred guests already get.]

(Psst – You don’t even have to tell them you paid only $50 – I won’t judge you, or reveal your secret.)

Just drop by the gym — or you can even call. (Wow, how little effort are you going to put into this gift anyway? — Oh, yeah, I promised I wouldn’t judge you.)

I’ll even donate half the proceeds to JDRF, in honor of our friend Lyndall Hauver.

Hurry up, I’m just doing this for a week, though. This offer is good only until Fri, Dec 11, 2015.

And, no, they can’t turn it in for cash, so please don’t waste it on that one relative who’s always trying to pull some tricky move.

Nope, sorry, you can’t use it for yourself either. Nice try, though :-)

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