Boston, MA (PRWEB) November 26, 2014 -- The concept of keeping in shape has become a fundamental part of daily life for thousands, if not millions of people. From cardio enthusiasts to weightlifters to yoga and aerobics class attendees, people everywhere love being able to go to their local gym and join a community of people working out.
For this and many other reasons, creating a fitness related business has become an increasingly popular way to build a business while assisting others in reaching their fitness goals. And an important element of a successful fitness center is the acquisition of good equipment.
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However, getting this equipment can be another matter entirely, because between paying for the building, hiring employees, and other fees, fitness club owners have already spent quite a bit before even getting your equipment.
Looking at the cost of equipment, especially in the fitness area, business owners need abundant working capital to pay for each individual piece of equipment, and in most cases more capital than they may have on hand.
Fitness club owners typically want quantity and quality in gym equipment, because when people go to a gym, they want the fitness center to have everything they need for their workout. In addition, if a gym becomes popular and is crowded at any period of time, nothing’s worse for members than wanting to use a machine that is constantly being used.
The fact of the matter is, gym owners need a fully stocked gym full of good, effective equipment, and this is where leasing and financing options come into play.
Getting Effective Solutions for a Fitness Center
Businesses need to get their fitness equipment without overspending, but they also want effective, well-running equipment, and this is where leasing and financing companies like LeaseQ can provide businesses with assistance. With an equipment lease, companies can acquire costly equipment at a much more manageable rate.
When gym owners look to acquire equipment, they typically look to outright purchase – which requires abundant capital. But a lease on fitness equipment involves a low, flat monthly rate. Leasing also affords a business the opportunity to get that equipment repaired and upgraded depending on the terms of a lease.
LeaseQ Founder and CEO Vernon Tirey weighed in this issue recently stating, “Whether a fitness center is just starting or has been around for a while, many of these gyms are now leasing at least a percentage of their equipment to make the burden of paying for equipment easier. That way, they get the benefit of owning the equipment and can have financial flexibility. With the fitness industry experiencing exponential growth over the last decade and hundreds of fitness centers opening up over the past few years, with LeaseQ, they have more adaptable options as far as how they get their equipment.”
Businesses with equipment needs like fitness centers can use LeaseQ’s online system to find equipment financing and leasing options that can fit their company, no matter what their business is looking for.
LeaseQ connects hundreds of independent equipment leasing companies, regional and local banks and international financial services companies with potential lessees.
With LeaseQ, all businesses need to do is input some basic information into the online platform, and once they hit the “get quote” button, LeaseQ will runs a soft credit check, which has no affect on credit score whatsoever. Plus, the entire process is free and takes minutes to present you with effective results for your business.
Based in Woburn, Massachusetts, LeaseQ provides numerous businesses with fast, effective financial solutions, connecting businesses to finance companies. LeaseQ is considered one of the best in providing companies with leasing and financing solutions that suit your needs. Visit them at [https://www.leaseq.com
Vernon Tirey, LeaseQ.com, +1 (781) 346-3838, [email protected]