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Pvolve Awards 19 New Franchise Studios

July 19, 2023 // Franchising.com // NEW YORK - Pvolve announcing today the awarding of nine new franchise locations. The 19 franchise studios join corporate owned locations already open in New York, Los Angeles and Chicago, expanding the brand’s accessibility to more consumers looking to experience Pvolve's signature method in person.

For those not within range of a studio, Pvolve is also available via its digital platform that streams live and on-demand classes via Pvolve.com and the Pvolve app, supporting the brand’s vision to meet consumers anytime, anyplace and at any point in their fitness journey.

The company’s first franchise location opened its doors in San Diego earlier this year with Carlsbad, Calif. Others set to open include Nashville, Tenn.; Algonquin, Ill.; Calgary, Alberta (Canada); Fort Worth, Texas; Columbia, S.C. and two studios in Bergen County, N.J. Building on these locations, the company’s most recently awarded franchises include two additional studios in San Diego, Calif.; one studio each in Encinitas and Marina Del Ray, Cali.; Atlanta, Ga.; Arlington Va. and three studios in Salt Lake City, Utah.

Pvolve recently announced a new partnership with actress, producer and director, Jennifer Aniston, who joined Pvolve in June to help lead the company into its next chapter.

Members can experience exciting new ways to Pvolve this summer. Following on its omnichannel strategy to build out a robust and integrated offering, Pvolve is giving streaming and studio members a chance to experience the best of both worlds this July with a promotion:

  • Studio members can get one month of complimentary on-demand access and 20% off all equipment purchased in the studio.
  • Streaming members can get a complimentary in-person class and 20% off their first month of any studio membership.

This is just a glimpse into the cross-platform offers Pvolve members can expect to help them seemlessly access the signature method.



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