Thursday, January 7, 2016

Orangetheory Fitness Newport Kentucky Open For Business

Stephanie and Chase Whitehead. Owners of Orangetheory Fitness in the Newport Pavilion. FTM file.  

Orangetheory Fitness held their grand opening tonight, January 7th. They will open tomorrow to the public and are hosting a month-long contest that will net one of their new gym members $2,500 in cash. 

"To celebrate our grand opening, we are hosting a weight loss challenge, lasting six weeks, with a grand prize of $2,500. The goal is to show the greatest improvement over the course of the contest, measured by percentage of weight loss. The top participant with the highest overall percentage of weight loss walks away with $2,500 in cash!" said Chase Whitehead in a previous Fort Thomas Matters article. 

You can find Orangetheory Fitness in the Newport Pavilion, near TJ Maxx and the UPS store. Their number is (859) 838-4555 and you can check out their Facebook page here and website here. 

The fitness operator has signed a new lease for 3,390 square feet of retail space at the center, which brings the development to full occupancy and marks the completion of all outlots at Newport Pavilion. Orangetheory Fitness joins a wide range of national, regional and local retailers at the center. 

Owner, Chase Whitehead, said the fitness operator  uses top-of-the-line equipment in an energetic, orange environment to promote a one-of-a-kind workout experience. The studio offers hour-long workout sessions utilizing a variety of different cardio and strength training exercises.
 
“A year after acquiring Newport Pavilion, we are pleased to see construction complete and all spaces occupied at this premier shopping center,” said Mike Fitzgerald, vice president and director of leasing at Inland Real Estate Corporation. “Newport Pavilion’s accessibility and diverse retailer mix appeal to a broad customer base and these attributes have made the center a prime shopping destination in the Cincinnati market.”

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