BC teenagers can hit the gym without hitting their wallet this summer
In the same week that they opened their newest location in Kelowna, Planet Fitness has started an summer initiative to help teenagers stay fit and active. From May 16 to August 31, teenagers across the country ages 14-19 can work out for free through their High School Summer Pass initiative. The program was the first of its kind when it first launched in 2019.
“Were just looking to get people active,” said Planet Fitness Director of Operations Mark Towers. “Essentially a raffle or a draw for anyone who signs up to use the high school pass,” said Towers. There are multiple scholarships available, including one large country-wide one up for grabs.
Teens under the age of 18 must be with a parent or guardian to register. READ MORE: Get pumped at Kelowna’s new out-of-this-world fitness facility READ MORE: Champs: It’s ring season for Okanagan College Coyotes baseball
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