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First Responders Get Discounted Workouts at Washington Sports Club
In honor of those who risk their lives, Washington Sports Clubs are discounting memberships to first responders and military personnel until September 11 By Melissa Romero
Comments () | Published August 15, 2011

Town Sports International, operator of Washington Sports Clubs, wants first responders to know, “It’s time someone took care of you.”

In honor of those who risk their lives to save others, the Washington Sports Club is offering a first responders special discounted membership until September 11. Police, firefighters, EMS workers, military personnel, and volunteers can sign up for memberships for just $20 a month for life.

The $20-per-month membership is for single-club access. For $29 a month, first responders will receive all-club access.

The first responders’ discount is also offered at all club locations in New York, Philadelphia, and Boston. Proof of ID or military status must be presented at the time of purchase.

However, there are some restrictions. First responders’ family members are not eligible for the discount. Additional usage fees apply for the all-access membership at certain locations. Also, additional usage fees apply between 4:30 to 7:30 PM Monday through Thursday. Click here for more information.

There are 18 Washington Sports Club locations in Washington. To find the club nearest you, visit My Sports Clubs’s Web site.

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