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Anytime Fitness has opened its 100th UK gym in Ladbroke Grove, northwest London.

 The latest club is a continuation of the brand’s expansion since opening its 3,000th global club in Stroud, Gloucestershire, 12 months ago, making it one of the fastest growing franchise models in the world - out-growing McDonald’s and Subway.

 The UK is the fifth country to have 100 Anytime Fitness clubs, alongside the USA, Canada, Australia and Japan and means there are now more than 3,300 clubs globally.

 The 24/7 health club provider opened its first UK club in Bristol in 2010.

 Chuck Runyon, Anytime Fitness chief executive and founder, said: “We are so proud to be opening the 100th Anytime Fitness club in the UK. The first club was opened six years ago so this is an amazing achievement, which we are very thankful for.

 “The 3,000th global club was opened in the UK in less time than it took McDonald’s, Subway and Dunkin’ Donuts to open the same amount of stores, which shows the commercial strength of the brand and is testament to the commitment of its franchisees.”

 Andy Thompson, Anytime Fitness UK chairman, said: “We couldn’t be happier to reach this milestone. The work and effort put in by the whole Anytime Fitness family is remarkable and we are now seeing the rewards. The franchise sector contributes more than £15.1bn to the UK economy and we are delighted that our business is a big contributor to that figure.

 “Our members can use any of the 100 clubs in the UK and the 28 other countries globally, for one affordable monthly fee. The clubs are all open 24/7.”

 Ladbroke Grove club owner David O’Donnell, a former finance professional, also owns an Anytime Fitness club in Tooting, southwest London. He said: “The support from local businesses has been overwhelming. We’re honoured to be hosting the celebrations for the 100th club and can’t wait to start helping our members achieve their health and fitness goals.”

  

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Anytime Fitness, the world’s fastest growing franchise, has opened its 100th UK gym in Ladbroke Grove, in northwest London.
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