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Mountainside Fitness to open 4 Valley locations in next 2 years

Nov 6, 2019, 4:05 AM | Updated: 5:06 pm
(Mountainside Fitness Photo)...
(Mountainside Fitness Photo)
(Mountainside Fitness Photo)

PHOENIX — A locally-based fitness center has announced plans to expand its presence in the Valley over the next two years.

Mountainside Fitness will add four new locations by 2021, the company announced Tuesday in a press release.

The locations in Paradise Valley, Avondale and Eastmark in Mesa will open in 2020 while the location at Estrella Mountain in Goodyear is expected to be ready for business in 2021.

“It’s a big and exciting step to open four new locations, but we couldn’t be happier to be able to serve more people in the Valley,” Tom Hatten, Mountainside Fitness CEO and founder, said in the release. “We want people to be happy, fit and grow closer as a community.”

Details about the Paradise Valley location have already been released.

It will be located at 54th Street and Shea Boulevard and will open in February.

The first 500 people who sign up will get four months free, won’t have to pay an enrollment fee and will receive $200 in complimentary services.

The new locations will bring the total amount of Mountainside Fitness centers in the Valley to 21.

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Mountainside Fitness to open 4 Valley locations in next 2 years