Fitness Boot Camp Founder Offers Fifty Scholarships to Fit Body Boot Camp World Conference

The annual conference is usually only open to FBBC fitness boot camp owners, but fifty future entrepreneurs will be funded to attend.

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Bedros Keuilian, founder of PTPower.com and the fitness franchise, Fit Body Boot Camp

This year’s Fit Body Boot Camp World Conference will also be attended by 50 people who are considering opening a fitness boot camp or are struggling with their own boot camp businesses.

Chino Hills, CA (PRWEB) August 21, 2014

Bedros Keuilian’s Annual Fitness Business Summit is considered the premier fitness business event in the industry, attended by many people already earning seven-figure incomes. But his annual Fit Body Boot Camp World Conference is usually only open to the owners of Keuilian’s own international fitness boot camp franchise. That is, until now.

This year’s Fit Body Boot Camp World Conference will also be attended by 50 people who are considering opening a fitness boot camp or are struggling with their own boot camp businesses.

“At the Fitness Business Summits, we have Fit Body Boot Camp owners making six or seven figures a year and we have personal trainers who are barely clearing $30,000 who come to find out how to build their businesses,” says Keuilian. “There’ve been many times that those personal trainers have come back a year or two later, now very successful, and they tell me that they borrowed money from family and took title loans on their cars just to get to their first Summit. This year, I wanted to make the FBBC World Conference more accessible to people like that. Everybody deserves the information and opportunities we share. I don’t want anybody giving up grocery money to attend.”

As a solution, Keuilian has set up a special web page that will allow the first 50 people who sign up to attend the conference for free. But Keuilian is asking for a commitment from those registering, to weed out less-serious people who might take a spot away from someone more committed.

“We’re asking people to pay the registration fee so that it’s more likely they’ll show up and that they’re more invested in learning how to build their fitness business income,” says Keuilian. “But once they show up on Day 1, we’ll refund their money.”

The Fit Body Boot Camp World Conference is being held at Westin Hotel in Costa Mesa, CA, on September 26 and 27, 2014. It will be a jam-packed couple of days.

“One of our keynote speakers this year is Rachel Cosgrove,” says Keuilian. “She’s a best-selling author, owner of Results Fitness, columnist for Women’s Health magazine and a consultant to Nike and Gatorade. She’ll be sharing a ton of information about developing fat burning programs and giving clients great results.”

In addition to the science behind a successful fitness boot camp, there will be a great deal of information on the business of running a successful boot camp.

“We’re going to show people a 16-point audit system that will help them identify problems and unnecessary expenses that are costing people money, share some great new strategies for lead generation, marketing and sales and also talk about some specific business systems that will help owners run their businesses but spend much less time at work.”

At the same time, fitness professionals who are struggling with their own boot camps and personal trainers who are considering opening a Fit Body Boot Camp can spend time getting to know and learning from the biggest earners in the company. They’ll get an inside look at what Fit Body Boot Camps look like, how they’re run and why owners are so successful.

“We’re the fastest-selling fitness business franchise in the world,” says Keuilian. “We have an established brand that is respected and that thousands of boot camp are trying to replicate. That’s because our owners are successful, they’re able to help an enormous amount of people and they love what they do.”

Those interested can sign up for one of the fifty scholarship spots at the Fit Body Boot Camp World Conference website but Keuilian urges trainers not to delay. The company is expecting those spots to be filled long before the conference dates.

About Keuilian Inc.

Keuilian Inc. (est. 2007) was founded by fitness marketing and business consultant Bedros Keuilian, who has been named the “hidden genius” behind several of the biggest names in the fitness industry. In addition, he is also the founder of the popular fitness marketing blog, PTPower.com, and founder and CEO of the indoor fitness boot camp franchise, Fit Body Boot Camp.

To find out more about Bedros Keuilian and his fitness boot camp franchise, please visit http://www.ptpower.com/ and http://www.myfitbodybootcamp.com/.


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