Business Comm Proposal

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1992 S Oxford Dr
Angelo, TX 76908

November 1 2013

Josh Wilson, Director
Community Health Club
3336 W Loop 306
San Angelo, TX 76904

Dear Mr. Wilson:

Introduction
I have been a member of Community Health Club for over 6 months, and I have found that swimming laps every morning is a great way to not only stay in shape, but also a great way to reflect and focus for the day ahead. Unfortunately, in order to attain the peaceful experience every morning, I must arrive early enough to beat the rest of the members to the pool, or I risk sitting around waiting for a lane to open up. The issue not having a pool large enough to accommodate all of the members is not only a problem of member satisfaction, but also a financial issue. Fortunately, I have a proposal to build a full sized Olympic pool that can not only guarantee the satisfaction of the current members of Community Health Club, but also provide many new revenue opportunities.

Background and Problem
The current pool housed at Community Health Club is a 3-lane, 25-yard pool that is used for lap swimming, fitness classes, as well as free swim. With a pool this size, only one of these activities can be done at a particular time period. Not only does this create a scheduling issue while trying to find times for every activity for the different lifestyles of the members, but it also limits the number of classes or activities the club can offer. Add this problem to the fact that because the pool not large enough for the club members to use effectively, the chances of renting the pool in order to create revenue are slim to impossible. There are several different areas in which constructing an Olympic pool can be beneficial to Community Health Center.

Medical Use & Healthy Lifestyle
Community Health Club is the only fitness facility owned by a hospital in the area. It is also a member of the Medical…...

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