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Advertiser Highline Athletic Club Promotes Fitness & Community

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B-Town Blog Advertiser the Highline Athletic Club has discovered a new way to do business that’s proving to be a triple winner for communities around the country – they are part of The HealthClub Fundraiser network, which puts a sample health club membership within reach of just about everybody, raises money for community organizations and brings new members to the local club.

“It’s a win-win-win,” said Dona Forrester, HAC General Manager. “We’re so pleased to spread the fitness message and help our local organizations raise money at the same time, and there is no money required to get started!”

Highline Athletic Club is looking for non-profit groups such as parent-teacher organizations, school bands and cheer squads to church groups and individuals raising money for charities. Instead of holding bake sales and chocolate bar drives, group members sell 2-month passes to Highline Athletic Club for only $20. The group keeps $10 for each pass sold. The average fund-raising group sells 100 to 150 passes, but some have sold as many as 500 in a single fund-raising drive. Many of the groups who have partnered with Highline Athletic Club’s fundraiser program say the passes are easy to sell because the club is a great club to work out at and because of the high awareness of the value of exercise and family fun. There’s no minimum order of passes and no limit to the amount of money a group can raise.

Here’s how The HealthClub Fundraiser works: Local fundraising organizations log on to the HealthClub Fundraiser website at www.healthclubfundraiser.com and complete an online form to get started. The HealthClub Fundraiser provides all the tools and resources the groups need, including marketing materials, order forms at no charge. Once the sale is over, the fundraising organization picks up their passes at the local participating club. We will support one to two fundraisers per month, so be sure to get on our calendar early. The fund-raising partners include church groups, school groups and other various charities.

“This is a whole new way of doing business for us,” added Forrester. “It stands to benefit so many people in Burien, Normandy Park, Des Moines and Tukwila and improve the fitness of our community, too.”

The HealthClub Fundraiser is a subsidiary of the Northwest Athletic groups which includes the PEAK Health and Wellness Centers in Montana and Idaho, the Montana Athletic Club – Bigfork, The Wave Aquatics and Fitness Center and the Harbor Square Athletic Club.


B-Town Blog readers who are not members of this great club can now join their mobile text alert VIP group. On your cell phone, Text ‘HAC’ to 90210. Be the first to know about promotional offers and specials. You will receive 1-2 alerts per month and HAC promises to be very respectful to the privilege of sending you these VIP alerts. You can opt out anytime you wish to discontinue.

The Highline Athletic Club:

125 South 156th Street
Burien, WA 98148

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2 Responses to “Advertiser Highline Athletic Club Promotes Fitness & Community”
  1. Jrob says:

    This has one issue-as a member of HAC for 6 years and full price paying I am not so sure I feel good about passes that are not pre qualified members. HAC has issues with locker break in, car break in’s and the basketball pass users brings in some people that do not act approprately in a private club.
    Who in the fund raiser qualifies the people that these passes sold to? The HAC is a premium price club…we pay for it to have some features and security. Otherwise I drive right by a cheaper club on my way to the HAC.

    • JMcCullough says:

      Coming from another member, I agree with Jrob. I like to compare it to owning a home versus renting a home. Does the HAC really want lots of one time visitors who have no vested interest in the club? I hope the HAC takes care of their long time full paying members first before trying to make a quick dollar. There are lots of other ways to support our community and charitable organizations.

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