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New Gym to open in New Town

american family fitness williamsburg Well, the rumors are true  American Family Fitness ( of Richmond VA) is expanding to Williamsburg, where the company is opening a 23,000-square-foot gym in New Town

Brian Evans, AFF  chief executive, said he had been in discussions for at least a year, but then rents dropped and he went ahead and signed.

This is the chain’s first foray into Hampton Roads. AFF has a gym in Fredericksburg and seven gyms around the  Richmond VA area.

They expect to hire 40 employees to staff the Williamsburg VA location..

Learn more about American Family Fitness here

Read more about New Town here

4 Responses

  1. Any idea where they are opening? Will they be occupying the Old Navy space or in a space elsewhere in the development?

  2. Thank you 🙂

  3. Please be aware that there are a lot of complaints about AFF due to their high-pressure sales tactics as well as due to their unwillingness to cancel a person’s membership when they move away. They make it extremely difficult to ever stop paying. Google “american family fitness complaints” without the quotes and read up on them before you sign up.

    Great facilities, generally very good service — but watch out for the inevitable battle when you want to stop paying.

    Might be better for folks to sign up with a local mom-and-pop gym, take the kids swimming at the local swim club, and other alternatives.

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