An American Economic Review study of 7,700 US health club members shockingly found that consumers paying the most ($70/month or more)attend the gym the least(only 4.
What does USHC stand for?
USHC stands for US Health Club
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We have 13 other meanings of USHC in our Acronym Attic
- US Hydrofoil Association (Lutherville, MD)
- United States Hispanic Advocacy Association
- United States History and Government
- Ultra Stack and Hang Bins (trademark of Flexcon)
- United States Highbush Blueberry Council
- Uniformed Services Health Benefits Program (US DoD)
- United Seniors Health Cooperative
- United Seniors Health Council
- United States Housing Corporation
- US Headache Consortium
- Utrechtse Studenten Hockey Club (Dutch: Utrecht Student Hockey Club; est. 1971; Utrecht, Netherlands)
- US Hispanic Contractors Association (Austin, TX)
- US Hockey Camp Association
- United States Hispanic Chamber of Commerce
- United States Hispanic Chamber of Commerce Foundation
- United States High Commissioner for Germany (1944-1955)
- United States Hispanic Country Music Association
- United States Historical Climatology Network
- United States Heritage Conservation and Recreation Service
- Universal Studios Home Entertainment
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Leading US health club embarks on a mission to create world-class customer experience for its members CHICAGO, February 15, 2011 /PRNewswire/ -- Sword Ciboodle, a global provider of customer engagement solutions, today revealed that it is rolling out a new customer service platform for Bally Total Fitness, the most widely recognized health club brand in the United States, with 270 clubs and approximately 3 million members worldwide.
Mum managed to blag us health club passes by saying she was thinking of joining and explained we were both her daughters.
While the growth in health club membership amongst the under 18 age group is welcome news, the US health club industry remains concerned about the childhood obesity and overweight epidemic that continues to plague American youth," said John McCarthy, executive director of IHRSA.