Ohana Growth Partners Celebrates Two Grand Reopenings in Washington State

Summer was anything but slow for Ohana Growth Partners and its clubs in Washington. Ohana Growth Partners celebrated the grand reopening of two locations in Washington state – on June 29, Ohana’s club in Bremerton reopened, followed by the Federal Way location the very next day!

About 150 people attended each grand reopening event. Additionally, each included a ribbon-cutting ceremony with local dignitaries and the Chambers of Commerce. Ohana Growth Partners presented a $1,000 check to the local Boys & Girls Clubs in both locations.

The celebrations also included fun activities for everyone. Many popular athletes from the Washington Huskies and Harry the Husky came to show their support and sign autographs, including linebacker Carson Bruener, softball infielder SilentRain Espinoza, wide receiver and kickoff return specialist Giles Jackson and defensive lineman Ulumoo Ale.

There were giveaways and prizes such as a 65-inch Smart TV, Amazon Echo Show, Apple Watch and Huskies game tickets, apparel and specialty items. There were free workouts and a 30-Minute express class for everyone who attended, as well as complimentary refreshments.

As part of the grand reopening event, Ohana Growth Partners gave out prizes such as a 65-inch Smart TV. University of Washington football players Carson Bruener and Giles Jackson and Chief Marketing Officer with Ohana Growth Partners Josh Gerber congratulate the TV raffle winner.

Both clubs originally opened in 2017 and recently underwent over $1 million in renovations, including updated locker rooms, new restrooms, new entrance way floor tile, new rubber flooring and new wallcoverings.

“The continual investment in the Federal Way and Bremerton health clubs and communities is why we do what we do,” said Ohana Growth Partners Chief Marketing Officer Josh Gerber. “Today, fitness is more than just about losing weight and getting in shape, it’s about your mental health. We would like to thank all that attend our grand openings; we hope these clubs serve as a comfortable, judgment-free environment for these communities for many years to come.”

Ohana Growth Partners gave back to the community during its grand reopening of a location in Washington by presenting a $1,000 check to the Boys & Girls Clubs of South Puget Sound.