GYMGUYZ Advances to 2nd Round of Intuit Small Business Big Game Sweepstakes for a Super Bowl Commercial to Promote New Franchising Locations
GYMGUYZ , a Mobile Personal Fitness company will now compete with video entry to advance to third round of Intuit’s Small Business Big Game Sweepstakes.
New York, NY (PRWEB) September 26, 2013 - GYMGUYZ is proud to announce their advancement to the second round of the Intuit Small Business Big Game Sweepstakes where contestants enter to win a 30-Second TV commercial promoting their business during the Super Bowl on February 2nd, 2014. The sweepstakes, run by Intuit, the popular American financial and tax preparation software, will help one small business stand in the national spotlight and be heard by 121 million Super Bowl viewers.
GYMGUYZ, a mobile personal training company, was created to enhance the overall health and fitness of individuals worldwide. Established in 2008 by founder and CEO Josh York, GYMGUYZ has grown to 20 employees and a fleet of 8 highly equipped fitness vans helping over 500 clients in the tri-state New York area every year. Josh was recently featured on under35ceo.co, a popular website chronicling savy business leaders and their progress with thriving startups.
GYMGUYZ is now in the final stages of its highly anticipated franchise program where entrepreneurs may own their own GYMGUYZ. Interested fitness entrepreneurs may soon begin promoting a healthier lifestyle in individualized one-on-one fitness sessions. GYMGUYZ vans are stocked with state of the art training equipment and fitness plans to help each and every client reach their ultimate fitness goals.
GYMGUYZ will now compete to enter the Third Round of the Intuit Small Business Big Game Sweepstakes for a chance to win a 30-Second Super Bowl commercial. GYMGUYZ will be working on a inspirational video where fans may vote to help GYMGUYZ advance to the Top 20. The top 20 semi-finalists will be selected in late October where 8,000 Intuit employees will narrow down the 20 contestants to 4 finalists. Interested viewers may help GYMGUYZ by voting HERE: https://www.smallbusinessbiggame.com/NY/GYMGUYZ-/373724.
Josh York, CEO