Join Anytime Fitness This Tuesday For $1 & Win Trip To Hawaii

    Anytime Ftiness’s October promotion allows new members to join for only $1, and enter to win a trip to Hawaii.


    By Jacob Engels


    One of the Central Florida’s largest growing fitness facilities, Anytime Fitness is allowing individuals to join for just $1 on Tuesday October 7th. Anytime Fitness has 3 East Orlando locations that are owned & operated by Joe Luther, a Timber Creek High School graduate.


    In addition to being able to join Anytime Fitness for just $1, the worldwide company is having a contest where participants are entered to win a dream trip to Hawaii. The grand prize is valued at $7,000 and includes round trip flights, accommodations at a resort or hotel and $500 in spending money.


    Participants can enter the contest either of two ways: A basic online entry or (to increase your chances of winning) via social media sharing.


    Online Entry: Go to, until October 7th, click on the link to an official entry form and fill out the basic, required information.


    Share Entry: After completing the online entry form, follow the on-screen directions to share the promotion on Facebook and/or Twitter (a “Share”). You will receive one (1) Share entry for each person who clicks the link in your Share and registers for the “Join for only $1” offer (no purchase is necessary and there’s no limit to the number of Share entries per person). The more Share entries you receive, the better your chances of winning.


    “For seven years in a row, Anytime Fitness has been the fastest-growing fitness club in the world,” said Luther. “There’s a good reason for that. At Anytime Fitness, we genuinely care about our members and we want to help them get whatever results they’re seeking. Whether it’s losing weight, increasing your strength and endurance, or improving your balance and flexibility, we’ll help you get to a healthier place – so that you can enjoy life to the fullest.”



    Jacob Engels, is the Founder of East Orlando Post & Seminole County Post. He is a seasoned political operative who has led numerous statewide political groups and has worked on several high-profile local, statewide, and national races. Jacob has been interviewed on national television & radio programs, with his work having been featured in the Orlando Sentinel, New York Times, Washington Post, Miami Herald and other publications nationwide. He can be reached at