PayasUgym CEO, Jamie Ward said “We believe that people are now doing their homework online before they even visit a gym, which means the operators of gyms and health clubs have to ensure that they are being found online in order to compete.
London, UK (PRWEB) March 27, 2012
Having launched initially in London, http://www.payasUgym.com is now available across the length and breadth of the UK with thousands of people finding and using gyms as a result. With a range of flexible options available including discounted day passes, short term packages and annual gym membership, http://www.payasUgym.com is fast-becoming the first place customers look when searching for gyms and health clubs online.
Customers are able to load credit onto their free online account – just like loading a pre-paid mobile phone – then select the gyms that they want to use and how long they want to use it. With many customers seeing payasUgym.com as a great way to try a few gyms before deciding whether to purchase a full gym membership, it is no surprise that an increasing number of gyms and health clubs see the service as a potential lead generation opportunity.
Whilst the opportunities to sell gym membership to new customers do seem to exist, payasUgym.com has always been at pains to stress that customer choice should be the prevailing factor in the service provided. All clubs listed on http://www.payasUgym.com are therefore requested to offer discounted day passes as well as short term packages and gym membership, which means the customer is always able to decide what is right for them.
PayasUgym CEO, Jamie Ward said “We believe that people are now doing their homework online before they even visit a gym, which means the operators of gyms and health clubs have to ensure that they are being found online in order to compete. By offering a range of services from day passes right through to full gym membership, payasUgym.com offers customers a completely flexible choice of what is right for them, whilst gym operators benefit from the increased footfall this generates after being found online through our website.”
The idea for http://www.payasUgym.com was created by Jamie Ward, Neil Harmsworth and Michael Blake after discussing the difficulties in finding decent gyms in London that you can just go to on a one-off basis.
PayasUgym was launched in February 2011 and currently offers over 260 gyms in London and Manchester and is currently expanding across the rest of the UK.