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Racquet Club of St. Petersburg, Gold's Gym form alliance

ST. PETERSBURG

Racquet Club members get Gold's discount

The Racquet Club of St. Petersburg has formed an alliance with the Gold's Gym at 203 38th Ave. N.

For club members, benefits include discounted rates as well as access to Golds Gym's 21,000-square-foot, 24-hour fitness facility.

The Racquet Club, at 170 40th Ave. NE, is a member-owned tennis club that offers a full range of tennis programs for players of all ages and skill levels. The facility boasts 14 lighted Har-Tru courts, three hard courts, a swimming pool, a clubhouse and a full-service restaurant.

Gold's Gym features the latest in fitness equipment, a certified staff, personal training, and classes in yoga, Pilates, spinning and zumba.

For more information, call (727) 527-6553.

COUNTYWIDE

Post job openings through WorkNet

Do you need some new employees? Would it help if candidates were prescreened to fit your job descriptions? WorkNet Pinellas may be able to help. Employers can post job openings for free and/or sign up for WorkNet Wednesday, the monthly job fair.

Only Pinellas County employers are eligible. Job openings must pay at least $12 per hour.

To register your company and post job openings, go to the WorkNet Pinellas Web site at www.worknetpinellas.org/business-associations or call (727) 524-4344.

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Racquet Club of St. Petersburg, Gold's Gym form alliance 06/27/09 [Last modified: Saturday, June 27, 2009 4:30am]
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