Aug. 10, 2011
/PRNewswire/ -- Town Sports International (TSI), operators of New York,
and Philadelphia Sports Clubs, is honoring first responders with a special discounted membership. This month-to-month membership is available to police, firefighters, EMS workers and military personnel for
per month for life, in appreciation to those who put their lives on the line to help save the lives of others.
Like many other New Yorkers and beyond, Town Sports International felt the
attacks very close to home. Four of TSI's downtown NYSC locations were closed due to damage in the days following the attacks. The 30 Wall Street NYSC location opened as a 24-hour "Comfort Center" for World Trade Center rescue and relief workers. Many hundreds of workers took advantage of cots, food, water and medical supplies provided by NYSC and the Red Cross.
"With the tenth anniversary of
upon us, we continue to honor all first responders to let them know that we are truly grateful for all of their hard work and sacrifice," said
, President and CEO of TSI. "We hold them in the highest regard and will never forget the bravery they exhibited. We are appreciative of every first responder's daily commitment to keep us safe."
The first responders' membership offer begins
and will be available for first responders in all markets New York Sports Clubs also calls home (including Boston Sports Clubs, Washington Sports Clubs, and Philadelphia Sports Clubs) through
. For more information on membership details and club locations, please visit
The first responders' offer will be supported with a print advertising campaign that is scheduled to appear beginning
in major print outlets in the New York,
areas, featuring the tagline,
"First responders, it's time someone took care of you."
For more information on Town Sports International, please visit
Town Sports International Holdings, Inc.
-based Town Sports International Holdings, Inc. (NASDAQ:CLUB) is a leading owner and operator of fitness clubs in the Northeast and mid-Atlantic regions of
the United States
and, through its subsidiaries, operated 158 fitness clubs as of
June 30, 2011
, comprising 106 New York Sports Clubs, 25 Boston Sports Clubs, 18 Washington Sports Clubs (two of which are partly-owned), six Philadelphia Sports Clubs, and three clubs located in
. For more information on TSI, visit
SOURCE Town Sports International