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Fit 36 of Livingston Commemorates Grand Opening with Celebratory Ribbon Cutting

Livingston Mayor, Shawn Klein, cuts the ribbon alongside town officials and Livingston Area Chamber of Commerce members.
Livingston Mayor, Shawn Klein, cuts the ribbon alongside town officials and Livingston Area Chamber of Commerce members.
Mayor Shawn Klein and Fit 36 franchise owner, Adam Selman, shake hands.
Adam Selman and councilman Al Anthony shake hands.
Fit 36 of Livingston co-owners, Adam Selman, celebrates the grand opening alongside family and friends.

LIVINGSTON, NJ­ – Fit 36 of Livingston celebrated its official grand opening in the town center with a ceremonious ribbon cutting on Monday, hosted by the Livingston Area Chamber of Commerce (LACC).

Livingston Mayor Shawn Klein cut the ribbon alongside Fit 36 franchise owners Adam Selman and Joseph Grey as well as other council members and various community leaders. Klein said he and other township officials are excited to have a new business in the most visible intersection of town.

“We do not want an empty space at the busiest intersection,” said Klein, who also cited a study conducted by Yahoo! Shine and Facebook in 2013 that recognized Livingston as the No. 5 fittest municipality in the country. "This was based on interest there is and how much discussion there was on Facebook. Livingston loves its gyms, we use our gyms, we have great facilities and we are happy to have another one.”

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According to the franchise owners of Fit 36 in Livingston, the facility has already surpassed membership goals by a comfortable margin. A crowd gathered at the Livingston Town Center to celebrate the grand opening.

“We had a great turnout today and are excited to bring Fit 36 to Livingston," said Grey. "There has been a healthy response from the community to the unique workout we offer.”

"“We are looking forward to becoming part of Livingston and learning new ways to give back to the community,” said Selman.

For more information on Fit 36, visit the website.  

To learn more about the LACC and how it supports local businesses, Click Here

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