Sunday, May 27, 2007

Looking for a Gym in the Mountain Area?

There are a few places to work out here and there, most of them in Gresham - until now. The Mt Hood Athletic Club opened recently, and is turning out nice. It's a high quality and standards gym, with a lot of square footage, and pretty posh for a small town gym! There's a new outdoor pool, and their ad in the paper suggests that new members before May 31st don't pay any dues until July, so it's a good time to check it out. It sure beats the extra 15 miles or so into Gresham, especially if you're trying to work-in a workout early in the morning! The special for this week is on National Senior Health & Fitness Day, which is this week on Wednesday, May 30 - seniors visit for free, which is a great way for seniors in the area to check it out without paying a dime!

1 comment:

  1. Be sure you read and remember all the fine print in any contract you sign with Mt. Hood Athletic Club. They are not customer friendly about renewals. If you don't remember to tell them in the proper format IN WRITING before your last month of membership, they will assume you want to continue on a month-to-month basis and they will bill you, and there is nothing you can do to get them to stop pursuing you for the money. They are non-responsive if you try to contact them and rude if you actually succeed. This is a problem that stems from the owners and is fully displayed in their accounting department. No matter how nice their facilities are, I would never give people like this any money. They don't deserve it.


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