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Pilates ProWorks Strengthens Leadership with New Hires

Innovative Pilates-based Fitness Concept Names New Executive Team Members in Key Areas of Business Development, Operations and Marketing

October 10, 2018 // Franchising.com // SAN FRANCISCO - Pilates ProWorks, the boutique fitness studio concept known for its contemporary twist on traditional Pilates, today announced the addition of Tony Chavers, Bob Houser, Megan Corbell and Mar’cia Marshall to its corporate leadership team.

The group shares a combined experience of more than 17 years in the fitness industry. In their respective roles with Pilates ProWorks, they will be responsible for the continued forward momentum for the brand in terms of franchise development, business and studio operations, franchisee training and marketing strategy and implementation.

“We are excited to utilize the expertise of Bob, Tony, Megan and Mar’cia on our team,” said Oscar Sanin, founder and CEO of Pilates ProWorks. “With the addition to each of them to their respective new roles, we are strengthening our ability to provide our franchise owners with the solutions and support needed to have a positive, meaningful impact in their communities. We look forward to leveraging the skills and expertise of each of them to drive growth for Pilates ProWorks in the months and years to come.”

Chavers, Houser, Corbell and Marshall join Pilates ProWorks amid a dynamic growth phase for the brand, with 17 studios operating both domestically and internationally, and plans for continued franchise growth in the coming months.

To learn more about Pilates ProWorks, visit http://www.pilatesproworks.com.

About Pilates ProWorks

After turning to Pilates in his road to recovery following a plane crash, Oscar Sanin experienced firsthand the immediate positive impact that Pilates had on his mental and physical health. This experience altered the course of his recovery and ultimately, the course of his life.

Sanin and his wife, Taylor Carter, founded Pilates ProWorks in 2009 in San Francisco. A boutique fitness concept based on traditional Pilates with an innovative twist, Pilates ProWorks’ proprietary FitFormer™ and unlimited membership model break the norm of traditional Pilates practice by creating a high energy, community-centric group fitness experience for individuals of all fitness levels.

Since it began franchising in 2015, Pilates ProWorks has now grown to 12 U.S. locations as well as five international studios.

To learn more about Pilates ProWorks, visit http://www.pilatesproworks.com.

Media Contact:

Sydney Thompson
All Points Public Relations
(847) 897-7494

SOURCE Pilates ProWorks



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