After taking part in a competitive tender process, leading leisure solutions supplier The Pulse Group has been awarded a new contract with Christchurch and East Dorset Council to upgrade the fitness equipment at two of its fitness facilities. The council was looking for a supplier that could provide a wide range of innovative equipment that not only looked great, but could also perform to a high standard. The council was thoroughly impressed by Pulse’s offering and ability to bring the project to life through inspiring and personalised 2d and 3d designs, which is what ultimately clinched the contract for the supplier.
Both facilities will be kitted out with a wide range of innovative equipment from Pulse Fitness’s latest Series 3 Cardiovascular lines, complete with 18.5” touch screen console as well as IFI accredited CV equipment from its series 2 range. Pulse Fitness will also be installing equipment from its H-range strength line, which has been designed to combine the best in high performance, comfort and durability with a beautiful aesthetic look.
Through clever design, Pulse’s team maximised on space to create a large functional training area at each site, both of which will be kitted out with a functional training rig, Watt Bikes and self-powered treadmills. The new additions will allow the council to expand its offering and create brand new HIIT classes for members to enjoy.
“We are pleased to be building a relationship with Pulse and enhancing our member experience,” says Dan Stone Business Development Team Leader for Christchurch and East Dorset Councils. “Throughout this process Pulse has proven themselves as a reliable partner, providing market leading fitness equipment and superior support and advice. With unparalleled expertise, Pulse will undoubtedly allow us to turn the Queen Elizabeth Leisure Centre and Two Riversmeet into market leading facilities in the local area.”
“We were delighted to work with Christchurch and East Dorset Council to upgrade the facilities at Queen Elizabeth Leisure Centre and Two Riversmeet,” says National Sales Manager at Pulse Fitness Richard Sheen “We have worked closely with the council to select a range of equipment to create two truly modern gyms, designed to attract a diverse range of people from the local community.”
As part of the contract, Pulse will be offering the council a wide range of added value services including comprehensive product training for all staff, a full two-year warranty on all equipment as well as access to Pulse’s 24hr service response should anything go wrong. Pulse’s in-house marketing team will also deliver a range of marketing supporting services including the creation of brand new bespoke wall art at each site.
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