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Pro Bodybuilder Drorit Silverman Confirms Plans to Raise Money for Investment in the Popular 24/7 Fitness Concept
Date:7/28/2014

Windsor, Co (PRWEB) July 28, 2014

Drorit Silverman, a professional bodybuilder and chiropractor from Denver, Colorado has unveiled new plans to raise investment capital through her crowd funding camping to tap into the growing 24/7 fitness concept in the United States.

According to a statement released by Drorit Silverman the increasing popularity of 24/7 fitness centers provide a great window of opportunity for investors like her to tap into this rapidly expanding space. In addition to this, Silverman looks at the 24/7 fitness concept as the future of fitness and gyms especially now that most Americans are busy with work during the day and can hardly make some time off to exercise and stay fit. The professional body builder has also remained optimistic that through a crowd funding campaign at Indiegogo she will be able to secure the necessary financial capacity to move forward with her plans.

Drorit Silverman notes that 24/7 Gyms and fitness centers offer a convenient and flexible option for Americans on the go to stay fit without interfering with their often tight schedules. “Once a person becomes a member of 24/7 gyms, they have access to a number of fitness clubs where they can enter and exercise anytime they want” she observes. The concept is seen by many analysts in the fitness space as a collective solution that gives Americans more flexibility to exercise no matter how busy they are. The time restraints are now a thing of the past thanks to this new concept.

Raising the necessary capital to fund this remarkable investment may seem difficult and that is a fact Silverman knows all too well. However, based on the popularity of 24/7 fitness centers and the growing need for such facilities in the country analysts are confident that with such a noble course rising the necessary funding will be possible. In addition to this Drorit Silverman is an influential face with remarkable experience in fitness and
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