Saturday, November 8, 2008

Hey, who would like to pay zero tuition at Gymfinity?

You heard me, I said who wants to pay zero tuition at Livermore's premier gymnastics, dance, cheer and tumbling facility? Well here's what you do:

Step 1:Find your total monthly tuition

Step 2:Take your monthly tuition and divide it by 25

Step 3:Take the number you calculated and refer that number of children to Gymfinity for any of our programs.

Step 4: Repeat the process next month.

What this is, is the revival of our referral rewards program. For every student that you refer to us, WHO SIGNS UP, you will receive a $25 credit towards tuition and they will receive a $25 discount on registration. A win, win, win situation. You get gym credit, they save money, we get a new student to join our Gymfinity family.

Let's all work together to get the gym full of new happy faces, and save a little green while we're at it.

Friday, November 7, 2008

Gymfinity, where the possibilities are infinite!

Gymfinity has opened. Some thought it would never happen, others tried to make it not happen, but despite all that has happened, it did happen. Only now does the slogan that everyone voted on, "where the possibilities are infinite!" really mean something. I think that only in business where the possibilities are infinite, could such an amazing thing happen in just 6 months time.
So many people came together to make this a reality, and everyone was crucial. I shudder to think how many times a job had to get done, and I put the call out for help and got it. And I'm not just referring to parents, there were so many people that aren't even connected the gym but helped immensely. My brother Joey; Katy's husband and brother in law; friends of my father who donated trailers; all the contractors who came in on their lunches; and plenty more.
We had a landlord who was willing to work with us when no one else would, and Brett Holden, my realtor who has pulled off the impossible, twice, in finding us a facility and is one of the individuals who is most responsible for Gymfinity remaining open today.
This time around Juli and I had the pleasure of having Glenn Biggs and Rick Galviano leading the charge and helping us to bust through, or at least side step, the obstacles that arose. We are indebted to these men forever, because they are the ones who took this project from a stand still to light speed, and stuck with it to completion.
There were several members of the City Of Livermore staff that were amazing to us. Government employment is usually a field where it seems that doing anything but nothing is radical, and the folks that helped us were radicals indeed.
I know I've missed dozens of people and groups but just know that we are grateful to all who helped and we love you.