Fitness Together Holdings Inc. has hired Heinrich Marketing to serve as their new agency of record. The marketing company will be working on promotion and marketing campaigns for their new client. They will be handling creative marketing for both Fitness Together and their sister company, Elements Therapeutic Massage, Inc.
Both companies focus on helping their clients get healthy with the support they need.
“As the nation debates the high cost of health care reform, championing the merits of health and wellness have never been more important,” said Sandi McCann, senior vice president at Heinrich Marketing. “Heinrich Marketing understands that, and we have been entrusted to take that message to the masses for these brands.”
Fitness Together and Elements Therapeutic Massage have over 440 studios between the two companies, across the country. Fitness Together offers one on one training sessions to make sure that their clients are able to meet their fitness goals.
“As more and more Americans take an active approach to their overall health and well being, Fitness Together and Elements Therapeutic Massage are two highly relevant brands today, positioned for success. We’re excited to be a part of helping to get their message out to consumers,” McCann said.
Heinrich Marketing is an agency that has been working on marketing campaigns for over 3 decades. They provide direct marketing and advertising solutions for their many clients. The firm has previously worked with Fitness Today on their “We are not a Gimmick.” campaign.
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