Owners of Around the Clock Fitness File for Bankruptcy; Closure of 3 SWFL gyms



The company that owns Around the Clock Fitness has filed for bankruptcy and is closing three Southwest Florida locations.

Town Sports International, LLC announced on September 14 that it and a number of its affiliates had filed voluntary Chapter 11 petitions to restructure under Chapter 11 of the United States Bankruptcy Code with the United States Bankruptcy Court of district of Delaware. This includes their New York Sports Clubs, Boston Sports Clubs, Philadelphia Sports Clubs, Washington Sports Clubs, Lucille Roberts, Total Woman, and Around the Clock Fitness brands.

Town Sports International, LLC says they are still open for business and continue to follow CDC guidelines.

“These times are extraordinary and present challenges in many industries, including ours. As we work to navigate the ‘new normal’ introduced by the COVID-19 pandemic, we recognize that we must take the necessary steps to reduce debt and strengthen our financial position,” the company wrote in an email. email to members.

Sites in Port Charlotte, Alico and Sarasota have already closed.

24 hour fitness has three other locations to SWFL, including Six Mile Cypress Blvd. and Boy Scout Road in Fort Myers, and one in Cape Coral.


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