Snowmass, Colo.--Today, the Snowmass Village Recreation Center launched ‘Friends with Benefits,’ a package of incentives for the Winter 2012/2013 season.
Through January 1, 2013, the Recreation Center is offering the following incentives for existing and new members:
• Bring a Friend for $5.00: Members can have a friend join them for a class or workout for just $5.00 until January 1. Please inform front-desk staff on your participation during check-in.
• Refer a Friend Pass: Current members who refer three friends to sign up for a monthly membership, punch pass, or full class or league before January 1 can receive their choice of a free month extension to their membership, or free registration to a class of their choice. Please inform front-desk staff on your participation during check-in.
These incentives result from a community survey issued in August. Results revealed that 66 percent of respondents have yet to experience many of the Recreation Center’s fitness classes, amenities, leagues, or camps.
“Our members are our biggest asset, so by incentivizing them to reach out to friends and guests, we hope that we can introduce more people to our great facility and programs, and encourage current members to explore a side of the Recreation Center that they may not have seen,” said Andy Worline, director for the Town of Snowmass Village’s Parks and Recreation Department. “We want to show residents and visitors alike that there is no better place to get fit, connect with the community, and try something new year-round.”
This winter, the Recreation Center offers great fitness and recreation opportunities beyond the mountain, including heated saltwater pools, yoga, spinning, TRX, and cardio kickboxing classes, and futsal, basketball, and volleyball leagues. Visit www.snowmassrecreation.com for more information on upcoming programs and class schedules.
About the Snowmass Village Recreation Center
The mission of the Snowmass Village Recreation Center is to provide safe, expertly managed recreation programs that promote community cohesion, physical fitness, as well as family and individual well-being. This is achieved by offering a variety of classes to members and guests of all fitness levels, sports leagues, youth programs, and personal training—all in the Center’s state-of-the-art 16,000 sq. ft facility which opened in 2006. The Recreation Center is open year-round and contains a fitness area, changing rooms, a gymnasium and climbing area, and other community amenities. Outdoor facilities include four saltwater pools—three of which are open year round—a 10,000 sq. ft skate park, tennis courts, sand volleyball courts, and outdoor basketball courts. For more information, visit www.snowmassrecreation.com