National fitness campaign #MakeTheComeback

TA6 powered by Alliance Leisure have launched the national fitness campaign #MakeTheComeback. Working with CIMSPA to roll the campaign out nationally, TA6 is offering two campaigns options giving operators the flexibility to tailor the campaign with their own brand, or to use the templates provided in the free Kickstarter pack.

The campaign is designed to motivate and encourage the public back into their local leisure facilities and can be used across multiple activities, ranging from gyms and swimming pools, to golf and open spaces. To find out more visit www.allianceTA6.co.uk/make-the-comeback

And don’t forget that TA6 is also providing a wide range of free resources for leisure providers to use whilst in lockdown. You can download all the free assets at www.allianceTA6.co.uk/covid-support

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