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Ocotillo in Chandler Will Have a Village

Village Health Club and Spa will soon have an East Valley location

CHANDLER, Ariz., Sept. 5 /PRNewswire/ -- With final approval received from DMB Executives, another first class Village Health Club and Spa will be built, this one in Ocotillo; the master-planed community in Chandler, Arizona. As of July 31st, the land at the corner of Alma School and Ocotillo Road has closed Escrow, and a club design has been approved. The purchase of the 7.3 acres in this growing part of the Valley provides the perfect location for a new Village Health Club and Spa.

Construction on the site is planned to begin in the middle of 2008, with the opening of the Club scheduled for the fall of 2009. Ocotillo Village will be approximately 83,000 square feet, and will include four tennis courts, two squash courts, two racquetball courts and an indoor basketball court. The Club will also have a resort-style pool, children's splash garden, and lap pool. The interior of the Club will contain the latest in exercise and fitness equipment, group exercise classes, luxury locker rooms, steam room, Jacuzzi and sauna, separate Pilates room, yoga room, and spin room, as well as a full-service spa, salon and cafe. In addition to the adult fitness areas, there will also be a special wing for the kids, consisting of a separate nursery, kids club and kids gym area. Ocotillo Village will also provide members with social opportunities such as Group Hikes, Swim Team, Member Happy Hours, and many community-involved events.

Different in design from the other four Village Health Clubs and Spas in the Valley, Ocotillo Village will have its own look and feel to complement the Ocotillo Community.

Each of the existing Village Health Clubs is unique, designed to fit comfortably within its individual community, and evolves as the community evolves and grows. For example, Camelback Village Racquet and Health Club is currently undergoing a major renovation, compatible with the changes taking place in the Camelback Corridor and Arcadia areas, which are also being revitalized. "Our attention to detail is one of the many reasons our members are so happy," says Carol Nalevanko, President of Village Health Clubs and Spas. "With regards to Ocotillo, there are good, solid neighborhoods there, with a lot of families and residences, as well as corporations existing in the area, all which make Ocotillo the perfect community for our Club."

Pre-sale memberships for Ocotillo Village Health Club and Spa will be available around January 2009.

About Village Health Clubs and Spas:

The Village Health Clubs and Spas are owned and operated by DMB Sports Clubs and operate as high-end, family-oriented health clubs and spas in the Phoenix metropolitan areas. Beginning as Metro Sport and Health Club in 1976, The Village Health Clubs & Spas has grown to 4 clubs around the Phoenix area; Camelback Village, Arcadia; DC Ranch Village, North Scottsdale; Gainey Village, Scottsdale; & Verrado Village, Buckeye, and provide upscale fitness alternatives for a growing consumer demand.

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