TurboRoster, the online registration and social media marketing system that services facilities with small group training, group fitness, and personal training sessions and KettleBell Concepts, the industry leader in kettlebell education for fitness professionals, recently announced their strategic partnership to offer clubs a brand-new integrated service. The joint offering provides clubs with KettleBell Concepts programmingand CEC-approved ongoing education along with the opportunity to integrate into the TurboRoster platform. 

This new business relationship leverages each company's services to provide clients with a seamless product that enhances their profitability and ultimately benefits their clientele. For a low monthly fee, clubs will have access to a wide variety of features from payment collection to a built in rewards program and the ability to promote their new classes via social media outlets. In addition, clubs can track analytics on KettleBell Concepts enrollment and calculate final ROI. 

The announcement also marks a strategic business development for both TurboRoster and KettleBell Concepts. Joining forces with KettleBell Concepts will enable TurboRoster to fill a void that most fitness programs come across, a system that can calculate analytics such as attendance, attract new members through social media, and manage the programs. In addition, it will enable KettleBell Concepts to brand its program through social media outlets such as Facebook and Twitter.

Bryan Daddio, founder and president of TurboRoster, states, "We are excited to align ourselves with such a reputable company such as KettleBell Concepts. They have a proven model that benefits members and facilities. Together we can help bridge the gap between ramp up and profitability."

KettleBell Concepts will also benefit from this partnership as they will be able to offer their clients tools with which they can promote classes and track profitability. David Ganulin, CEO of KettleBell Concepts states,"TurboRoster is a natural fit for our us. We've had PT Directors, Group Ex Directors and other decision makers ask us if we had something like this. It would have cost usa huge amounts of time and money to develop a platform like this with no real guaranteed return. Doing it this way allows us to keep our focus on education, programming, and curriculum development while allowing TurboRoster to continue doing what they do best. Their unique product is perfect for social media branding, rewards, and most importantly managing small group training."

The joint offering will be available to clubs on April 25, 2012. For more information, please visitwww.turboroster.com or www.kettlebellconcepts.com 


About TurboRoster
TurboRoster allows members to register online, post to Facebook and Twitter, and earn reward points that can be redeemed at the facility for discounted items and services. This partnership will enable TurboRoster to fill a void that most fitness programs come across, a system that can calculate analytics such as attendance, attract new members through social media, and overall manage the program. For more information visitwww.turboroster.com or faceboook.turboroster 

About KettleBell Concepts
In business since 2002, KBC is the industry leader in kettlebell education for qualified, currently practicing fitness professionals. KBC was one of the first to import kettlebells into the United States, the first to produce a CEC-approved course for the fitness industry, the first to introduce kettlebell training in a fitness industry trade show, first to conduct and publish the first ever English-language study on kettlebell training in a peer-reviewed journal, and much more. They have produced two industry conventions (http://www.kbcconvention.com) and have trained over 5,000 instructors thus far. KBC was responsible for bringing kb’s to Equinox and has since gone on to work with Crunch, TSI, Life Time Fitness, New York Health and Racquet, and many other fitness facilities nationally and globally. All courses are CEC-approved by ACE, NASM, NSCA, AFAA, NCSF, NFPT, BOC, and many others. For more information go to http://www.kettlebellconcepts.com orhttp://www.facebook.com/kettlebellconcepts 

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