I received an advertisment in the mail for a new gym opening soon. I signed a 1 year contract on April 1, 2006 and paid $600 based on what they were advertising and promising. We could not see the inside of the building because it was under construction. nThe opening date kept being pushed back and they gym finally opened on July 25, 2006. When they opened their doors, they did not provide SEVERAL amenities that they had advertised. It was totally cheesy and was advertised to be a “upscale

one stop gym and spa””. nIn the original advertising that I still have

they advertise that they have Spa Amenities that include; Jacuzzi

skin care & hair & nails. They do not have any of that. The Jacuzzi & Skin care is scheduled to be done in 2007 but we are still paying full price now and they have no plans to add hair and nails. They also listed a Sauna but it only holds 3 to 4 people and you have to make an appointment to use it??!! nThey also advertised that they would have Cardio Machines and that included “”bikes””. They only have 6 cardio machines and that includes 1 bike. Members have to wait for machines. nThey advertised an exotic fitness program with pole dancing but that has been cancelled because the instructor got pregnant and they can not find anyone else. nAs far as upscale

the childcare is open and the entrance is right in the workout area and they do not even have a drinking fountain. If you get thirsty and run out of your own water

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