Source: Causely Inc.
Lexington, KY - September 15, 2017 - Causely, Inc., announced today that F45 Training has awarded the company its Preferred Vendor status.
“Partnering with Causely was a natural fit for us,” said Mitchell Raisch, F45 Training’s Director of Marketing. “Just like F45 Training provides a simple, effective, and results-driven approach to fitness, Causely provides a proven, turnkey program that helps franchisees quickly generate word-of-mouth.” Causely, through its Sweat Angels program, began working with select F45 Training locations in early 2017, whose owners saw strong results with the program.
"We knew that we needed more exposure on social media, especially Facebook, if we were going to add members as quickly as we wanted to," said Brenda Butz, manager at F45 Training in Highlands Ranch, CO. "Knowing that Sweat Angels would help us deliver exactly that was really key for us."
Not only does Causely's Sweat Angels program help F45 Training locations generate word-of-mouth on social media, the community has made a major impact on supporting urgent causes. In fact, the Sweat Angels community raised over $15,000 for Hurricane Harvey victims, in partnership with the American Red Cross, in just a single week.
"F45 does a fantastic job of creating a community people want to belong to – and that’s exactly the type of organization we want to work with," said Jeff Presley, Causely's Head of Fitness Partnerships. "The fact that they get such great marketing results from Sweat Angels is no coincidence."
F45 franchise owners will enjoy special membership rates as part of this Preferred Vendor relationship. For more information, contact Jeff Presley at firstname.lastname@example.org or (859) 983-8493.
About Causely, Inc. - Causely helps local businesses generate social media reviews and referrals by giving back. Since launching in 2014, Causely has helped thousands of locations raise over $2 million for charitable causes all over the globe. Causely has also been recognized for being a top workplace culture by Entrepreneur, Outside Magazine, and Best Places To Work In Kentucky.