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The four-year-old startup is already in 300 health clubs, personal training companies, independent gyms and studios in more than 35 states, Stokar said. Larger clients include Retro Fitness, Xperience Fitness and Edge Fitness.
Club OS sells two kinds of customizable software: one for sales and marketing and one for gym members and personal trainers, which pairs with a mobile app. Larger gym companies can use Club OS to see sales data in real time across the organization, Stokar said. Customers pay between $300 and $500 per location per month.
The company raised a friends and family round, Stokar said.
Stokar, 29, of Fairmount, used to be a developer at RightAction, the media buying platform that’s sister companies with 50onRed and Leadnomics. His team of ten is split between Center City’s Seed Philly, where Stokar and the engineering team work, and Austin, Texas, where Stokar’s original partner used to lead the company’s client services team. That partner has since resigned, but Stokar said he doesn’t have any plans to relocate the team just yet.-30-
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