Enroll More Members Without High Pressure

Collins, Jim
April 2002
Club Industry (07478283);Apr2002, Vol. 18 Issue 5, p28
Trade Publication
Part I. Offers tips to encourage members to enroll in health clubs on their first visit without pressuring them to join. Treatment of prospects like friends; Maintenance of a positive expectant mindset that prospects will join the club.


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