I went to Spring Arbor University and got a degree in Kinesiology. While there I was a varsity athlete in track and field, cross country, and triathlons.
After college I had a fitness studio where we trained clients who ranged from athletes to physically challenged people. From there I moved into the management, sales, and now equipment buying.
Today I have over 20 years in the fitness industry: 10 and a half at Life Fitness, the other 10 or so years was spent in club management and personal training.
Because I have the experience of working as a personal trainer, in fitness equipment sales, the corporate side at Life Fitness, and the “privately-owned company” at Primo I feel that it all helps me relate to all my customers. I’ve been there.
I know, from a club owner to a personal trainer to a business owner that doesn’t understand fitness, it gives me the ability to be a source of useful information, a consultant, if you will.
Unfortunately, the second-hand fitness equipment industry has a bad reputation. All of my experience has taught me the importance of being an honest and ethical professional. Here at Primo Fitness our constant strive for excellence and our reputation are a great source of pride
“Having the experience of being an account manager at Life Fitness and a relationship-oriented sales person, it helps me tremendously when I relate to somebody because I’ve been in their shoes.”
I have you a different approach than somebody who is just trying to make a buck, just sell a piece of equipment. I think the relationship approach works better for everyone involved.
The quality of our refurbishing plays a big part in our success as a company. Everyone should check out our videos on the website where we detail our refurbishing process and how we know it needs to be done. We stand behind what we do. I like what the company represents: quality is priority number one.
If you have equipment to sell up to and including entire gyms give us a call or fill out our Gym Equipment Buyback form.