Fitness company signs franchise deal with Tampa Bay resident

Pvolve, an omni-channel fitness company, plans to make its Florida debut next winter after signing its latest franchise deal with Tampa Bay resident Bijal Patel.

Patel says she is targeting South Tampa as the location of the new studio, which she anticipates opening in early 2025.

In addition to this new deal, Pvolve says it is looking to introduce five, or more, studio locations in the year ahead, as brand awareness grows nationally and locally within the region.

Through its hybrid fitness model, Pvolve can be experienced through a streaming membership that offers over 1,300 on-demand classes, a two-way, live virtual studio and targeted series, all available via the web and mobile apps. Pvolve has physical studio locations in New York, Chicago, Los Angeles and franchises across the United States and Canada, with more than 40 locations in development.

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