Wednesday, November 26, 2014


This undated photo shows Fred Marques (from left), Warnell Henderson and Stephanie Roth participating in a body pump class at Eastlake Athletic Club. Eastlake recently acquired iClubFit 24/7, a fitness facility in Cobblestone Crossing. (Larry Tebo/The Elkhart Truth, File)
Eastlake Athletic Club buys, closes iClubFit 24/7
Posted on Feb. 27, 2014 at 5:51 p.m.

Eastlake Athletic Club has bought out iClubFit 24/7, which had been in the Cobblestone Crossing plaza.

This is the third time Eastlake Athletic Club has acquired a smaller competitor, but the first time it is closing such a competitors's doors, said Eastlake co-owner Jason Evers. He felt the location wasn't needed because of the proximity of two Eastlake sites. A two-minute drive away, Eastlake's Henke Street location offers indoor tennis, basketball, showers, aerobics classes, a nursery and indoor baseball amenities. The Verdant Drive location, about a five-minute drive away, is also open 24/7.

Evers said Eastlake is honoring iClubFit 24/7 members' rates, as long as they want to remain Eastlake members.

iClubFit 24/7 was owned by Al Reasonover, who owns Tiki Tan.