Zeamo Inc. Announces Appointment of Rick Caro to Advisory Board; Expands Global Fitness Initiative
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NEW YORK, N.Y. - Zeamo Inc., a global digital fitness platform, announced the appointment of Rick Caro to their Advisory Board and the continued growth of its global strategic expansion plan.
Mr. Caro, a 44-year veteran of the health club industry, was a Co-Founder, Past President and Director of IHRSA (International Health, Racquet and Sportsclub Association), the leading trade association for the health club industry with over 10,000 member clubs in more than 80 countries around the world. A long-time industry thought leader and voted Person of the Year, Distinguished Service Award Recipient and Lifetime Achievement Award Recipient by two separate organizations, Rick is a distinguished writer, expert and lecturer in the fitness field.
"Zeamo is very fortunate to add a proven industry leader like Rick to our team of fitness business veterans," said Paul O'Reilly-Hyland, CEO and Founder of Zeamo. "With Rick's unique perspective on what health club operators are looking for, combined with his deep knowledge of the health club market, this perfectly positions Zeamo for growth by serving the needs of both the end user and our gym partners."
"I am pleased to help Zeamo provide a unique additional service to health clubs across different sectors within the U.S. and international markets," commented Rick Caro. "Clubs can now gain additional paying visitors with no effort or risk and also attract additional club prospects effortlessly with a premier partner."
Already hosting the largest directory and search engine of its kind of more than 25,000 gyms so far, and with plans to increase that number significantly worldwide, Zeamo directory users have the ability to search and select facilities in their location by their favorite activities. They are then able to purchase day pass access to Zeamo's Partner Gyms, which number more than 500 in the U.S. alone, with another 100+ in Europe, and work out with any one of those partners without restrictions.
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