Thursday, April 22, 2010

EA Memeber Notice of Gym Transition

Hello Crossfitters,
Just wanted to shoot out a formal recognition of what we’ve all been talking about for the past month or so. We unfortunately have to close the doors on the current location at the end of this month due to noise complaints and threatened legal action by one of the other tenants. Ironically, we are in the process of planning out an 18,000 sqft facility w/access to outdoor fields. We will be able to offer dramatically expanded services and class options, with the initial build out to begin within the next 3-6 months. However, right now we have to find a short term (30-90 day) solution to house the gym and our Crossfit family. We are diligently trying to procure an interim space until we can open the doors on the bigger, long-term facility. Currently, we have been unable to identify a suitable option that fits our temporarily limited budget and does not lock us into a long-term lease.
As a member, you are no longer being billed (as of last month). As a part of our family, we want you to know that we consider our community and our relationships extraordinarily valuable. We do not want for there to be a lapse in service and are doing everything we can to mitigate that possibility.
Please reach out to us as soon as possible if you have or know of anyone who has a space that we could utilize for WODs temporarily.
This is the call to action ladies and gentlemen. We’ve got great plans after we get through this 1-3 month pinch; please help us all get there. Please let us know of any options for space ASAP. We can explore these options either as the non-profit EA Youth Club or as temporarily private trainers. If we are unable to pull something together by the first of May we will be posting WODs to the blog, which you can do on your own or in a small group until we’re able to open another location.
Thanks for your continued participation and all of your hard work as Crossfitters. This is our “caterpillar to butterfly” moment. Please bare with us during this transitiional phase.
Should you have any questions or concerns please contact Jeremy Barnett at 239-851-3940 or at .

Thank you for your support,
Jeremy Barnett

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