PTPower.com Announces the Winners of the Fitness Business Summit 2014 VIP Scholarship Contest

The popular fitness marketing blog created by Bedros Keuilian, PTPower.com, has just announced the Winners of the Fitness Business Summit 2014 VIP Scholarship Contest.

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Bedros Keuilian, fitness marketing expert behind PTPower.com and founder of the fitness boot camp franchise, Fit Body Boot Camp

Everyone who entered to win one of these two scholarships were as deserving as Larissa Johnson and Robbert Foster.

Chino Hills, CA (PRWEB) December 18, 2013

PTPower.com, the popular fitness marketing blog created by the CEO of Fit Body Boot Camp, Bedros Keuilian, has today announced Larissa Johnson and Robbert Foster as the winners of its Fitness Business Summit 2014 VIP Scholarship Contest.

Hundreds of fitness professionals and personal trainers from around the country and beyond entered to win one of the two VIP Scholarships to next year’s fitness industry event known as Fitness Business Summit. In order to have won the scholarship, those who participated had to have answered two important questions asked by PTPower.com which included: “What would it mean to your business if you won this VIP scholarship to Fitness Business Summit 2014?” and “Why do you deserve to win the VIP Scholarship?”

Keuilian admits that it was a difficult process sifting through hundreds of entries, but was ultimately able to narrow his two favorite entries down to Johnson and Foster.

He explains, “I do this every year and it doesn’t get any easier. Each year, I give away one VIP All Access Scholarship to someone in our community who I think deserves it. For Fitness Business Summit 2014, I decided to award two VIP scholarships which only made the selection process tougher. Everyone who entered to win one of these two scholarships were as deserving as Larissa Johnson and Robbert Foster.”

The value of the Fitness Business Summit 2014 VIP Scholarship is priced at $6,400 and the winners Johnson and Foster will receive an All Access pass to Fitness Business Summit 2014, free hotel rooms for the duration of the event, access to all of Keuilian’s business building resources and courses, as well as a spot at the VIP dinner table with the Fitness Business Summit 2014 presenters.

Excited to be giving these winners the tools they need to get their fitness business up and running, Keuilian says, “We've assembled an amazing line up of presenters for Fitness Business Summit 2014 - all of which are best in class, and all are super successful in running their personal training gyms, fitness boot camps, and fitness info empires. In one weekend they're going to teach all their best secrets for building a thriving fitness business!”

This past year’s event, Fitness Business Summit 2013, pulled in a record number of over 500 fitness professionals in attendance and Keuilian says he hopes to top it next year by delivering even more cutting edge business strategies and tactics that will help drive struggling personal training businesses forward.

To register for Fitness Business Summit 2014, please visit http://fitnessbusinesssummit.com/.

About Fitness Business Summit
Fitness Business Summit is a three day fitness industry event established in 2007 by fitness marketing expert and entrepreneur, Bedros Keuilian. Fitness Business Summit is dedicated to helping personal trainers, coaches, and fitness professionals get the most cutting edge and up-to-date information on proven systems, strategies and tactics on how to grow a personal training business. Fitness Business Summit is held in Costa Mesa, California during the second weekend of March and is open to any and all personal trainers looking for the cutting edge ways to increase their profits or open a personal training business.

For more information on Fitness Business Summit and to get the complete line up for Fitness Business Summit 2014, please visit http://fitnessbusinesssummit.com/.


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