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LEDSnaps announces lighting grant for gyms
29 Jul 2021 . BY Megan Whitby
At LEDSnaps, we’re acutely aware of the financial strain government lockdowns have put on our industry and how important it is to get new and existing members back into the gym.

When COVID-19 struck, LEDSnaps CEO Ian Kirby recognised that businesses managing to survive the pandemic would be tight on both cash and resources.

 With an affordable immersive lighting system setting the fitness mood and adding atmosphere to classes, leisure and fitness centres would be more likely to attract and retain new members. 

A recent feature published in HCM showed that gyms could increase their memberships by over 50 per cent by offering an immersive element to their studio classes.

Lighting systems comprise a large part of this immersive feature and at LEDSnaps we’ve developed core technology to bring a plug and play system to the fitness market, with no complicated installation or computer programming required.

Nevertheless, we decided to go a step further and created a grant to help support fitness centres and gyms as they transition back to a sustainable operating model through 2021.

We’ve now opened applications, based on which we’ll donate a complete LEDSnaps system to the fitness centre we think would benefit the most from having the lighting system.

The application form is available at this link , and the deadline is 12PM (GMT) on 31 October.

We’ll be announcing the grant beneficiary/grantee live on 19 November, and the successful applicant will receive their LEDSnaps system within four weeks from that date.

Let us help you on your road to success.

Add atmosphere, add members, add retention with LEDSnaps!
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