United PF Partners Celebrates 11 Grand Openings This Year

United PF Partners celebrated its Jacksonville, Arkansas, club opening with a donation to the Jacksonville Friends of the Animals.

United PF Partners has been busy this year with 11 grand opening celebrations in 2022 alone! The 11 new locations include Yuma, Arizona; Sedalia, Missouri; South Point, Ohio; Beaumont, Texas; Norman, Oklahoma; Gilbert, Arizona; Glendale, Arizona; Kansas City, Missouri; Germantown, Tennessee; Jacksonville, Arkansas; and Phoenix, Arizona. The growth does not stop there! United PF plans on opening 10 more clubs before the end of the year.

With each grand opening, the franchisee group gave swag bags to the first 100 members and raffles. The items included backpacks, water bottles, towels and more. The raffle prizes included a Black Card Membership, corn hole game and Planet Fitness®-branded cooler.

Additionally, with all the grand openings, the group donated to local charities and organizations as a way to give back to the community. United PF donated around $5,000 for each grand opening. The charities included the Yuma Proving Ground in Yuma, Arizona; the Boys and Girls Club of Western Missouri; NECCO; Boys and Girls Club of Beaumont; Boys and Girls Club of Norman, Oklahoma; Boys and Girls Club of the Valley in Gilbert, Arizona; Boys and Girls Club of Greater Kansas City, Missouri; Boys and Girls Club of Greater Memphis; Jacksonville Friends of the Animals; and Boys and Girls Club of the Valley. All the organizations were very thankful for the donations.

“We have 27 clubs in the greater Phoenix area, and we love this whole community. We also consider our clubs to be a safe and special place for our members, and we don’t exist without our community partners. We just can’t thank you enough,” said Jill Johnson of the Boys and Girls Club of the Valley.

United PF Partners also celebrated its South Point, Ohio, club opening with a donation to NECCO, a foster care, adoption and counseling organization serving Ohio, West Virginia, Georgia and Kentucky.