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The Fitness Industry Association (FIA) has announced its new board members for the three year period from 2012 to 2015.

In all, 10 people were added to the board representing eight industry categories. The new board members will attend four board meetings a year and be FIA ambassadors at FIA events and media opportunities.

The new board members are:

Operator, multi-site:

Scott Lloyd, David Lloyd LeisureMartin Long, LA Fitness

Operator, trust

Malcolm McPhail, Stockport Sports TrustJohn Oxley, Active Nation

Operator, LMCs

David Bibby, SLM

Operator, independentPete Todd, Pontefract Squash and Leisure Club

Operator, educational

Neil Mosley, Imperial College

Operator, in-house DSODave Pugh, St Helen's Council

Operator, outdoor

James Preece, British Military Fitness

Supplier:Sue Anstiss, Promote PR

David Stalker, CEO, said: "Our new board members bring a great mix of different experience, expertise and insight, which will be an invaluable asset to the FIA and the wider industry as we approach what will be the most dynamic period in our twenty-one year history.

"Looking ahead, we are faced with the prospect of increasing our influence on public health delivery, where we are partnering with some of the world's biggest brands and a whole host of other equally profound and far reaching initiatives, and of course the 2012 Olympic and Paralympic Games. FIA board members have the unique opportunity to make a valuable contribution to the future of our industry."

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The Fitness Industry Association (FIA) has announced its new board members for the three year period from 2012 to 2015.

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