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The president & CEO of 24 Hour Fitness on reaping the rewards of change


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DELOITTE REPORT


Olympic venues & post-Games legacy


PAUL DEIGHTON


LOCOG’s CEO on delivering the Games


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EVERYONE’S TALKING ABOUT... TAXING SUGAR


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CAPITALISING ON THE 2012 OLYMPIC AND PARALYMPIC GAMES


Personal training


Is the current model obsolete?


GROWTH CURVE


Fitness First Middle East reveals rapid expansion plans


INSPIRING INCLUSIVITY


The future of disability fi tness provision


Daily news & jobs: www.leisureopportunities.co.uk DLL to launch PT studio concept


David Lloyd Leisure (DLL) has announced the launch of a high street-based personal training concept, which will be trialled in three locations from the end of September. Te first DL Studio site will


open on Upper Richmond Road in Putney, London, while a second location is expected to follow in Winchester - sub- ject to planning consent. A third site is being planned


in the centre of London and DLL is looking to roll-out the format on a wider scale. Te first three DL Studios repre- sent a £500,000 investment. It is anticipated the new


concept will provide one- to-one personal training sessions, exercise classes and group training run by DLL-qualified instructors. DLL chief executive Scott Lloyd said: “Te creation of our new studio training concept


Olympics ‘inspire’ young UK adults


Half of young adults across the UK have been “inspired” to participate in sport as a result of the London 2012 Olympic Games, according to new research from Deloitte. The professional services firm surveyed 2,000 people between the ages of 16- and 35-years-old as part of the study, with 18 per cent intending to take up a new sport. A further 27 per cent are planning to partici-


pate more in an existing sport or activity, while 5 per cent said they would look to do both. Team GB’s cycling success during the Games


has led to 46 per cent of survey respondents intending to take up the sport, while 40 per cent are planning to start swimming.


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Te first DL Studio is due to open in Putney by the end of September


provides a complementary alternative to the traditional gym and brings an exciting new offer to the high street.” Read more: http://lei.sr?a=I9l8e


175 Travelodge hotels are to receive a renovation


Travelodge secures future with financial restructuring


Travelodge has moved to secure its future aſter agreeing a financial restructuring, while also initiating a Company Voluntary Arrangement (CVA). Te chain worked with GoldenTree Asset


Management, Avenue Capital Group and Goldman Sachs on the restructuring, which will see £75m injected into the group. Travelodge’s portfolio will receive a £55m


investment to refurbish 175 hotels, while its debt will be reduced from £635m to £329m – £235m of which is written off. Read more: http://lei.sr?a=E0O5d


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London 2012’s ambition is to “inspire a generation” Across the group, it was younger partici-


pants - those aged between 16- and 18-years-old – who were found to be most enthusiastic, with 63 per cent inspired by the Olympics. Details: http://lei.sr?a=G8R9I


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ISSUE 4 2012 VOLUME 32 NUMBER 4 Attractions www.attractionsmanagement.com VOL 17 Q3 2012


MATT SPENCE


On teaming up with the Rockefeller family


THE POWER


OF FILM How 3D/4D content impacts audiences


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DANIEL GAUTHIER latest project is redefining the ski experience


Mark Sesnan GLL’s plans for the London Aquatics Centre and Multi-Use Arena


PLAYGROUNDS THE WORLD’S


LEISURE TOURISM MOST INSPIRING


How Kensington and Chelsea is putting culture


at the heart of all development


HEALTH & FITNESS SPA SPORT ATTRACTIONS HOSPITALITY


V&A DIRECTOR MARTIN ROTH ON DEVELOPING THE MUSEUM TO INSPIRE THE NEXT GENERATION OF DESIGNERS


The co-founder of Cirque du Soleil on how his DAN SNOW


KEYNOTE SPEECH FOR VAC HISTORIAN OUTLINES HIS THE TV PRESENTER AND


SAVE WATER Advice from waterpark suppliers


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ON THE COVER Ballgowns: British Glamour Since 1950 on display at the V&A PHOTOGRAPHER: TIM WALKER. MODEL: COCO ROCHA


EURO ATTRACTIONS SHOW Exhibitors talk trends, challenges and exciting developments


THEME PARKS | SCIENCE CENTRES | ZOOS & AQUARIUMS | MUSEUMS & HERITAGE | TECHNOLOGY | DESTINATIONS | EXPOS | WATERPARKS | VISITOR ATTRACTIONS | GALLERIES | ENTERTAINMENT Read Attractions Management online: www.attractionsmanagement.com/digital


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Malaysia’s take on a French organic wellness resort


James Bermingham


The VP of MonTage hoTels & ResoRTs on why sPas aRe coRe To iTs bRanding


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The Chinese dissident and artist – designer of the ESPA-sponsored Serpentine Pavilion


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