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Nadine Burgess’s gymnastics centers in Spokane Valley keep growing

Nadine Burgess has a reason to be proud.

Her business, Spokane Gymnastics, is humming along.

The all-ages training facility has added a second center at 2515 N. Locust Road in Spokane Valley. Called Spokane Gymnastics Argonne Village, the new space has 28,000 square feet and takes over the former Stroh’s Fitness at that address, near the intersection of Montgomery Avenue and Argonne Road.

Burgess said she'll  continue operating the original 11,000-square -foot gym at 5615 E. Broadway Ave., in Spokane Valley.

The expansion helps address significant growth for the business, Burgess said. “Our business has more than quadrupled in size — staff, enrollment and square footage — in the past six years,” she said. The centers now have six full-time and 28 part-time workers, Burgess said.

She plans to operate both facilities through 2015 when the operations will be consolidated into the Argonne center.

Spokane Gymantics buys second Spokane Valley all-ages training center

Spokane Gymnastics has added a second all-ages training center at 2515 N. Locust Road in Spokane Valley. Called Spokane Gymnastics Argonne Village, the facility is 28,000 square feet and takes over the former Stroh’s Fitness at that address, near the intersection of Montgomery and Argonne.

 

Company owner Nadine Burgess will continue operating the original 11,000-square -foot gym at 5615 E. Broadway Ave., in Spokane Valley.

 

The expansion helps address significant growth for the business, Burgess said. “Our business has more than quadrupled in size — staff, enrollment and square footage — in the past six years,” she said. The centers now have six full-time and 28 part-time workers, Burgess said.

 

She plans to operate both facilities through 2015 when the operations will be consolidated into the Argonne center.

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