NEED NEW BARBELLS FOR YOUR GYM?
Now you can trade in your old Barbell for a big discount on new ones!
Trade in your current Again Faster Barbells in any condition and receive a 40% discount (off retail price) on brand new Again Faster Barbells
Or, trade in any other brand of barbells in usable condition and receive a 35% discount (off retail price) on brand new Again Faster Barbells
We offer different finance and leasing options for our equipment. You can choose from different options and providers as you like.
As an example, you can set up Opex roll-over deal - you'll be able to fit out your gym with brand new barbell every three years. What you are doing is turning your major equipment expense in to an operational expense (Opex). This means, you never have to come up with huge cash payments, killing your cashflow, to make upgrades to your gym.
With the three year Opex option an average gym (100 members) is likely to pay $0.51 per member / per week only. Of course, you should seek independant financial adivce to determine if this deal is right for you.
Our Finance officer will get in touch with you and help set up the equipment lease. Email : firstname.lastname@example.org
When the finance deal is settled, we'll send your new barbells and get your old bars picked up from your gym.
At the end of your three-year finance term, you can roll the existing deal over into brand new barbells for three more years.
By converting your major equipment purchases in to an operating expense through this deal, you’ll never have to scrimp, save and disrupt your cash flow to upgrade your barbells again. You’ll just roll-over the deal and receive new barbells every three years!
Matt opened his gym five years ago
Matt opened his gym five years ago. He got the best barbells he could afford back then, but now the bulk of his barbells are looking pretty ratty. He needs to replace most of them. He wants his gym to look good but it’s starting to show its age.
He needs to replace his barbells
The trouble is, coming up with the cash to replace all his plates seems impossible. He’s also concerned about the new gym down the street that has all new gear and charges lower membership fees too. Matt wonders if his clients have noticed how polished the new gym looks compared to his.
He is short on cash and his competior's gym has the best of everything
He's seen what his competitor has through the window. All new barbells, and the best of everything. He questions how they can afford to have all the best gear, pay the rent, and pay the salaries of all the trainers and staff working there too. Someone with a lot of money must be backing the place.
He gets financial advice and finds he can turn his barbells into an operating expense
Matt speaks to his accountant to find out how they might be doing it. He learns that the new gym considers their equipment an operating expense (Opex) not a capital expense (Capex). So, they pay small monthly payments to have all the best gear, instead of having to come up with huge amounts of cash to upgrade the gym every couple of years. Matt realises he'd only pay $0.51 (51 cents) per member / per week (100 members) to have brand new barbells in his gym every three years.
Matt finds out how he can have brand new barbells every three years
Matt considers his options. He can make small payments each month and keep the gym looking great all the time or he can try to save thousands of dollars for upgrades every couple of years.
Matt really likes the idea of never having ratty looking barbells in the gym. They are the most used pieces of equipment; what his clients see and handle every day. The Opex option sounds like a good idea. He pays a little bit each month and he gets brand new barbells for the gym every three years with no hassle.
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