Fast growing boutique fitness brand REVL has announced its ongoing growth with the opening of new sites in the Newcastle suburb of Charlestown and Adelaide suburb of Norwood, along with the opening of their first overseas studio in Downtown Dubai.
In a Blog, REVL advised “the last few months have been busy for us here at REVL HQ … not only are we expanding across Australia … but we’ve also reached a major milestone in REVL history: going global.
“Opening next month in a phenomenal location and massive space, REVL Training Downtown Dubai will set a new standard for REVL Training.
“This is something we’ve been dreaming about since day one, and it’s also just the beginning.
“For our existing locations, the last few months have been an amazing insight into our REVL community. Despite lockdowns, our members are as dedicated as ever: kicking ass through REVL Remote, taking part in challenges, and virtually supporting one another just like they do in-studio. With more REVL locations on the cards, we have to say: our members are truly the fuel to the fire.
“As for the future, our direction is clear: to expand this amazing community across Australia and internationally, and bring this style of training to as many people as possible.”
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