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24-hour fitness club Snap Fitness now open in St. Petersburg

ST. PETERSBURG

24-hour Snap fitness now open on Fourth Street

Snap Fitness, a 24-hour fitness club, has opened at Fourth Street and 31st Avenue N, near Harvey's 4th Street Grill. Memberships start at about $1 a day.

In addition to offering the latest equipment, Snap Fitness will offer personal training services and group fitness classes.

For more information about Snap Fitness, contact Jennifer Galler at stpetefl@snapfitness.com or (727) 289-7277.

ST. PETERSBURG

Small Business Summit is March 4

The city's Economic Development Department and Midtown Business Assistance Center, along with the University of South Florida St. Petersburg, are hosting a Small Business Summit from 5:30 p.m. to 9 p.m. March 4 at USF's Campus Activities Center, at Sixth Avenue S and Second Street S.

The summit will target small businesses with 25 or fewer employees, and it is free and open to the public. The goal is to inform small businesses of city services available to them and improve the city's business support services.

The reservation deadline is March 2. For more information, contact the St. Petersburg Business Assistance Center at (727) 893-7146 or business@stpete.org.

News of businesses and business people can be faxed to (727) 893-8675, e-mailed to neighborhood@sptimes.com or mailed to Neighborhood Times, 490 First Ave. S, St. Petersburg FL 33701. Photos can be mailed or e-mailed as a jpeg file.

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