Snap Fitness, a 24/7 fitness concept with over 1,000 clubs across the globe, today announced that Allen and Yulia Cutler, owners of three clubs in South Pasadena, have been honored with the Transformation Award. The prizes were publicized at SnapCon, the organization’s annual franchisee conference.
“We’re honored to receive this award, as we’ve truly transformed our gym because of pandemic closures,” said Allen Cutler. “We built outdoor gyms until restrictions were lifted, and our members could use indoor facilities again. Doing that was a game changer for our business and was crucial to our success.”
The 2021 awards celebrate successful franchisees at more than 600 locations that show out-of-the-box thinking, innovative approaches to business and marketing, and provide stellar support to members and fellow franchisees. The coveted award finalists are nominated by company leadership and franchise business coaches in the U.S. and Canada, then voted on by peers. The Cutlers stood out for being positive brand ambassadors and their modernized take on their club. They will receive an Apple watch as a reward.
“The ability for the Cutlers to pivot this past year has been nothing short of amazing,” said Brad Taylor, senior franchise business coach for the southwest. “They provided their community with a safe workout environment, while continuing to keep a positive attitude and passion. It’s an honor to work with both of these amazing people.”
Fellow finalists for the Transformation Award were Kelly Langford, a Spruce Grove, Alberta, franchisee; and Isaac and Amanda Eshleman, owners in Cranberry, PA.