Choosing fitness for life at Vermlion Forks Fitness

Roccamatisi is very excited about her new venture.

Left: Employee Chantelle White and new owner Noelle Roccamatisi (right) invite you in to Vermilion Forks Fitness.

Left: Employee Chantelle White and new owner Noelle Roccamatisi (right) invite you in to Vermilion Forks Fitness.

Zumba® instructor Noelle Roccamatisi decided to take her love for fitness to a whole new level.

She has just recently become the proud new owner of Vermilion Forks Fitness, located at 301 Bridge Street.

This busy mom of three saw a great opportunity when the business came up for sale. “ I love it, so I just snapped it up,” she said with a huge smile.

Roccamatisi is very excited about her new venture.

Zumba® classes will continue 5 days per week; Monday to Friday from 7 – 8 p.m., and Tuesdays and Thursdays from 9:15 – 10:15 a.m.

Gym hours will run Monday to Friday 6 a.m. – 9 p.m., Saturday and Sunday 8 a.m. to 4 p.m., until the new cardlock system is installed, which will then extend the hours.

Chantelle White has stayed on to assist Roccamatisi with her new business.

White says she had “learned a ton” from working for the previous owner and that fitness has become a lifestyle for her.

“I couldn’t have done this without her,” said Roccamatisi.

The ladies welcome clients, both previous and new. Call 250-295-6099 for more information or pop by the gym at 301 Bridge Street.

Look for Vermilion Forks Fitness on Facebook and watch for their new website coming soon.

 

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