MINNEAPOLIS (July 2, 2015) — After making a huge splash during the Coca-Cola 600, Snap Fitness will have its American flag collage filled with thousands of club owners, personal trainers, and members featured on Landon Cassill’s No 40 car in the Coke Zero 400 Sunday, July 5.
“We are thrilled to have Snap Nation back on Landon’s car for this weekend’s Fourth of July holiday race,” Steele Smiley, Chief Officer responsible for brand strategy, said. “As America’s Fitness Brand, it’s fantastic that we can show our pride for this country with thousands of people featured on the car as Landon speeds around the race track. He will have Snap Nation supporting him on all sides."
This isn’t the only way Snap Fitness is displaying pride for the country this summer. America’s Fitness Brand is honoring every-day patriots through its “Snap Serves” campaign. For every 30-day trial pass purchased through Labor Day, Snap Fitness will donate $1 to Folds of Honor, a foundation that provides scholarships to the families of soldiers killed or disabled in active duty.
To kick off the big weekend, Cassill will be taking over the Snap Fitness Twitter account Friday, July 3. Snap Fitness will also have live coverage this on its social media accounts, including Periscopes. To watch all the action unfold, follow Snap Fitness on Facebook, Twitter, and Instagram.
About Snap Fitness
With more than 2,000 clubs open or in development in 18 countries, Snap Fitness is the world’s premier 24/7 fitness franchise. Founded in 2003 by Peter Taunton, Snap Fitness is dedicated to providing members with more value than any other health club and entrepreneurs an opportunity with turnkey systems, financing options with low investments, and world-class support. For more information, please visit www.snapfitness.com.