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World Cup Bonus at Cotswold Leisure!
Follow England’s World Cup campaign at all five Cotswold Leisure Centres next month – and avoid paying the one-off joining fee if you sign up for membership while the Three Lions are still in the tournament!
All five of the Cotswold District Council-owned leisure centres have agreed to waive their normal joining fees for new members – a fee, applicable when signing up to any of the membership options available – while Fabio Capello’s team remain in the four-yearly football fiesta.
And with England kicking off their World Cup campaign with a match against the USA on June 12th, and their final group game against Slovenia on June 23rd, leisure customers are guaranteed this offer for at least 11 days. The offer could even continue until July, if the Three Lions reach the quarter finals and beyond!
The offer waives the £25 joining fee (£50 at Cotswold Leisure Cirencester) when paying for a range of gym/swimming pool memberships by Direct Debit at all five Cotswold District Council-owned leisure centres.
Leisure Services Manager Jamie Nesbit commented: "With the World Cup getting closer, we wanted an offer which would celebrate our national football team and act as an incentive for new customers at Cotswold Leisure.
"Hopefully, England will remain in the tournament for as long as possible and, tied in with this excellent promotion, we should attract new members to our excellent facilities at all five leisure centres in the District."
As well as this great offer for newcomers, regular gym users will also be able to watch World Cup matches during their work-outs. At Cirencester and Fairford they can view TV screens built into the individual Technogym exercise equipment, while at Bourton, Chipping Campden and Tetbury large plasma screens have been installed to ensure fitness fanatics do not miss out on the action.
: 19/05/2010 11:34:47
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