COLORADO SPRINGS — Less than a month after closing three Colorado Springs locations, Gold's Gym has reached out to members to let them know that their memberships will be honored at another local Colorado Springs gym.
Gold's Gym has reached an agreement with Crunch Fitness of Colorado Springs to take over memberships. Crush Fitness has two locations: 5620 N. Academy Blvd. and 1801 S. Academy Blvd.
According to a statement on their Facebook page, Gold's Gym said they were closing their locations in Colorado Springs due to COVID-19. Those three locations include gyms in the Cimarron Hills, Briargate and Security-Widefield.
"While the COVID-19-related closures have caused us to reassess the viability of some company-owned locations and make the difficult decision to permanently close about 30 gyms, we know that we will emerge from this stronger and ready to grow," read the statement of Gold's Gym Facebook page. "This decision affects only company-owned gyms, mainly in our St. Louis, Alabama and Colorado Springs markets, and does not have an impact on any of our franchise-owned gyms. Our focus is and always will be on our members in nearly 700 gyms in 29 countries around the world, and we look forward to welcoming you back as soon as it is safe for our members, team members and communities."
Now, Crunch Fitness will provide you with a membership offering that is comparable to the agreement at Gold's Gym. This includes the transfer of any unused personal training sessions.
Billing will remain frozen until the Crunch Fitness clubs re-open. Paid-in-full memberships will be extended out based on the time your Gold’s Gym location has been closed. Once your billing resumes it will be processed by Crunch Fitness.