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“Renovating for Wellness” By WTS’ Chris White

Chris White, WTS Senior Vice President, recently published an article for the Fall Edition of the National Club Association‘s quarterly magazine, Club Director, titled “Renovating for Wellness: Innovation Versus Rejuvenation.” The piece focuses on the many issues involved in renovating a fitness facility, and how to approach the task with creativity.

“Whereas renovation is useful for resolving chronic and deferred maintenance issues, updating function and appearance and increasing capacity, it also brings significant opportunity to innovate and create a club that has more appeal to a new, younger and more diverse demographic with interest in wellness and nontraditional club activities. Without question, this potential should be exploited thoughtfully and creatively.” — Chris White

To download the full article, click here.
For more on the Fall issue of Club Director, click here.

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