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COMPANY PROFILE WTS International


3200 Tower Oaks Blvd, Suite 400, Rockville, MD 20852, USA TEL: +1 301 622 7800 EMAIL: info@wtsinternational.com WEB: www.wtsinternational.com SOCIAL MEDIA:


@WTS_intl, facebook.com/wtsinternational


About us WTS International was founded in 1973 and specialises in providing both consulting and operational services for spas, health clubs and leisure facilities of all types worldwide. Our services include feasibility studies, concept and brand development, design consulting, pre-opening and daily contract management. We’re currently working with over 100


properties throughout the world including numerous hotels and resorts, commercial and private clubs, residential projects and a wide array of real estate developers.


Product range We prepare facilities for a successful opening with the strong foundation necessary to achieve operational and fi nancial objectives. WTS provides qualifi ed staff, effective promotions and creative fi tness, wellness and spa services. We produce improved revenue and bottom line results for our clients.


Additional services CREW Division: Provides management and consulting solutions for university recreation, as well as the recreation


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facilities. We offer strategic planning, design and management for student and faculty recreational complexes.


RESORTlife: Provides a comprehen- sive foundation for the development, implementation and execution of guest programs, experiences and events designed for adults and children.


COMMUNITYlife: WTS Lifestyles 360° program is offered exclusively to WTS affi liated residential properties. This management system provides the


structure, systems and resources to create a wide variety of core programmes and signature events for participants of all ages and interests. Our 360 degree approach incorporates a


comprehensive menu of programmes to de- velop experiences which serve to stimulate activity for the community.


Key customers WTS manages fi tness/wellness and spa locations for clients throughout the world. We provide our services to members, guests and spa patrons at the many sport and health clubs and hotels for which WTS provides its services.


KEY PERSONNEL


GARY HENKIN President and Founder


ALFREDO CARVAJAL Chief Operating Offi cer (COO)


GARY HENKIN


JENNIFER JACOBS Chief Strategy Offi cer (CSO)


Shows attending in 2014 You can meet WTS executives at • IHRSA • ISPA • CMAA • NYU Hospitality Conference and others.


FOR MORE INFORMATION


Gary Henkin +1 301 622 7800 info@wtsinternational.com


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