GYM GUYZ continues community outreach by providing career opportunities to military servicemembers.
Many former servicemen and servicewomen struggle with getting adjusted to life after the military. GYM GUYZ is looking to provide them with entrepreneurial opportunities. Franchising is a great way for military personnel to transition, because they tend to be driven and understand that success comes from following systems.
Josh York, CEO and Founder of GYM GUYZ, discussed why veterans are the ideal potential business owners due to their work ethic, disciple and dedication to physical fitness.
“We are in-home personal training franchise,” York told the Eagle Post. “We come to the setting of your choice. We come to your home, office, pool, park, place of religion, hospital — we literally can service you anywhere. … We provide personal training fitness services to our customers: personal sessions, group sessions or classes.”
GYM GUYZ brings a van loaded with 365 pieces of exercise equipment to those wanting to start a franchise in their business. York stresses that opportunities with GYM GUYZ are much more than a job — they’re a commitment.
“This is a career; you could do very, very well,” he said.
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