Fitness Revolution International, a personal training franchise, has just completed an international charity campaign called “Revolution for a Cause.” Precision Fitness, a proud member of the Fitness Revolution Nation, participated in the fundraiser, which raised over $130,000 for charity.
Revolution for a Cause brought together the individual efforts of 50 different fitness businesses from the United States and even some international locations. It ran from April 1st- June 30th.
The campaign was organized such that individual locations held their own charity drives and each could then donate that money to any charity of their choosing. The goal was to collectively raise $50,000 among all of the participating businesses.
By raising a cumulative total of over $130,000, Revolution for a Cause far exceeded its initial goal.
“We conceived of this as a way for franchisees to give back to the communities that have allowed them to thrive,” says Nick Berry, the President of Fitness Revolution.
“To exceed our original goal of $50K by over 2.5 times is something we never could have imagined,” said VP of Operations Tim Ward, who oversaw the campaign. “It really shows the people we work with have a passion for their communities.”
Among the contributors was local business Precision Fitness, owned by Dustin Williams. They raised over $1,500.
“Without people like Dustin, none of this would have been possible.” said Pat Rigsby, CEO.
Precision Fitness donated the money it has raised to The Wounded Warrior Project.
Precision Fitness Bootcamp features 30-minute express metabolic workouts for busy people.
A Metabolic Workout features a total body workout that employs high-intensity work periods with short rest periods in an alternating set or circuit format that combines the muscle-building benefits of resistance training with the fat-burning benefits of interval training.