We also volunteer for causes and local events, we let people warm-up at Slash before special events for free,” said Brock. The owners of Slash Fitness (and the trainers) helped organize a Beach Clean-Up event, and also sponsored a beach style workout, paddle boarding and full body workout at the beach. They also raised $19,000 for the organization called Help Our Military Heroes. The funds were raised to buy Handicap Accessible Vans for military vets. They had a car wash, donated an entire days proceeds to the organization (during the month) and did other in-house marketing events to raise money for that cause. Slash Fitness is also having a 21-Day Challenge for new members. The contest is to see who can make the biggest personal change in themselves in one month. “We have all been in fitness since college and are expanding our brand. Our plan is to change the fitness industry and are looking into new areas,” said Ardagna. They’re also offering corporate discounts and extending discounts to military personnel, police officers, fireman, teachers, students, and those who ae in recovery.
Each year the entire staff and membership base pairs with HomeSafe, a non profit dedicated to helping victims of domestic abuse have a safe and happy holiday season. We’ve teamed up with Homesafe each year for the past six years. Last year Slash Fitness provide Christmas for 60+ families in the palm beach area.