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Commitment my abs

I am sick of the free advertising that The Union is constantly giving a certain gym. In an article written by Carole Carson on Feb. 9, and I quote, “Covering the expense isn’t easy, but both feel the sacrifice forces a commitment.”

You see, if the gym wasn’t so expensive, and if the gym was more willing to work with new members or ex-members, maybe we wouldn’t have to make sacrifices on heat, phone bills, food – you know, that stuff that always seems to take any extra money you have.

The gym has done nothing since new ownership to encourage new membership. And all of us ex-members (I was a member for eight years) were told “either our way or the highway.”

It doesn’t make sense. You can go in there any time and see it pretty empty. But does that discourage them from charging such high prices or encourage them to work with people to bring in new members? The answer is no.

So, The Union, please stop giving this gym free publicity. They don’t deserve it.

Donna Day

Grass Valley

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