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REX Roundtables Introduces New Women’s Leadership Roundtable

career growth fitness industry press release Sep 21, 2022

REX Roundtables Introduces New Women’s Leadership Roundtable

An opportunity for women leaders, business owners and executives who are passionate about learning, growing and achieving dramatically better results.


Garrison, New York – September 19, 2022 - REX Roundtables announces a new REX
Roundtable for Women in Leadership roles. The roundtable provides a welcoming and
empowering place for women leaders to learn from each other and to develop their growth
mindsets, professionally and personally.  It is an ideal place for women to work on their
business and join the highly successful network of REX Members.


The NEW roundtable is a result of the REX Roundtables becoming an official strategic partner
of IHRSA, International Health Racquet and Sportsclub Association. “In February 2021, we said
new roundtables would be coming from our strengthened partnership, and I’m excited to
announce a Women’s Roundtable. Plus, it’s an opportunity for me to add Allison Flatley as a
REX Chairperson to our team,” said Eddie Tock, REX CEO.


Allison Flatley has been instrumental in the health and fitness industry for over 30 years as an
operator, executive and leader. Allison participated on a REX General Manager Roundtable
early in her career and served on the IHRSA Board of Directors. She has been active in
IHRSA’s Women’s Leadership Summit and WIFA, Women in Fitness Association. “Allison is
involved in so many different groups, making her an ideal choice to lead our NEW roundtable,”
said Tock.


“REX Roundtables gives me the emotional support a leader needs to stay strong through
difficult times, remain focused on what matters and to continually build amaxing teams,” said
Karen M. Raisch-Siegel, LifeWorks of Southwest General, Ohio.
“Being part of REX Roundtables has not only given me tools to help grow my business, but it
has become a supportive system of managers connected in a way that challenges each of us to
grow both personally and professionally,” says April McCullough, General Manager, Noth Little
Rock Athletic Club.


There will be an Open Call with a presentation and Q & A with Allison and Eddie on Wednesday,
October 5, 2:00 to 3:00 PM EST on Zoom.  Learn more about REX and this opportunity to join a
newly formed roundtable geared toward woman. 

About REX Roundtables
REX is designed specifically for business owners and executives who are passionate about
getting better and achieving dramatically better results. A REX Roundtable is a personal,
advisory board composed of 15-18 smart and successful individuals who meet regularly to help
each other improve the performance of their business and the quality of their personal lives.
REX carefully crafts the chemistry of each Roundtable so there are no competitors, strong
similarities, yet a broad range of complementary expertise among the members. There are
currently 23 REX Roundtables (17 in the US) for Owners, CEOs, COOs, Executives, General
Managers, Sales Managers, Marketing Directors, Group Ex Directors & Personal Training
Directors. Founded in 1989, REX has over 300 members with 2,700+ clubs in more than 25
countries.


About IHRSA
IHRSA, the International Health, Racquet & Sportsclub Association, is a not-for-profit trade
association representing the global fitness industry of over 200,000 health and fitness facilities
and their suppliers. IHRSA maintains a leadership role in advancing physical activity, which is
critical to peak health and fight the battle against obesity and chronic lifestyle disease. As one of
the world’s leading authorities on the commercial health club industry, IHRSA’s mission is to
grow, promote, and protect the health and fitness industry, while providing its members with
benefits and resources. IHRSA and its members are devoted to making the world happier,
healthier, and more prosperous through regular exercise and activity promotion.

Contacts:
Eddie Tock, [email protected]
Allison Flatley, [email protected]
Nicole Johnson, [email protected]