CHICAGO – 24 Hour Fitness announced it will be opening four suburban locations this year.
The first club in Carol Stream will open in the first quarter, while the second club in Schaumburg will likely open in the second quarter, the national chain said in a statement. The more clubs are slated to open later in the year in Oak Lawn and Algonquin.
24 Hour Fitness operates over 440 clubs in 14 states, with nearly four million members.
Each member’s fitness journey starts with a free fitness assessment with a personal trainer and co-creation of a fitness plan – or “road map” – to keep members on track during the first critical days of their fitness journey.
“We are positioned to alter the local fitness landscape by offering a personalized approach that concentrates on helping members reach their fitness goals in a welcoming community, celebrating every step along the way,” said Zach Gutenson, District Manager, 24 Hour Fitness.
24 Hour Fitness has initial plans to hire more than 150 employees in anticipation of new clubs’ staffing needs. For more information, visit careers.24hourfitness.com.