Celebrating 50 Years – Let the Party Begin!

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It is with great pleasure that Four Seasons Health Club announces our 50th Anniversary!  Four Seasons began as an ice skating rink and restaurant with only 15 employees and 200 members in 1965, and developed into two large scale health clubs with 240 employees and over 21,000 members by 2015.  We truly believe that “Exercise is Medicine” and we want to thank you for choosing us as your partner for your lifelong journey of health and wellness over the last 50 years.

Four Seasons has grown to provide so much more than just a great fitness facility for the residents of McLean County.  We know our success is fueled by building solid relationships in the community and we continue to foster those relationships and develop new ones to support the healthy lifestyles of families and businesses of Bloomington/Normal. Whether it’s collaborating with our corporate sponsors or serving our members and guests, it’s that personal touch that remains the cornerstone of our business.  I invite you to step inside our front doors to experience our core values of creating connections and building a positive team and family atmosphere.

There are many reasons for our success, but no single factor is more important than the passion displayed by our Four Seasons Team.  Each and every team member focuses on ensuring that members have the best experience possible while utilizing our facilities.  As a busy, progressive health club serving a large membership, Four Seasons team members bring their passion and positive attitude to work each day knowing they can make a difference for each member who walks through our doors.

As we embark on this 50th year, we extend our deepest gratitude to you – our members and friends – and we look forward to serving you and this community for the next 50 years.  We could not have come this far without your loyal and dedicated support.

Thank you!

Jeff Leverton

 

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