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While I was at the Thrillist event last night (here), I met and spoke with a couple of folks from Equinox. As many of you know, I'm a member of the Sports Club LA but last night I received an invitation to go check Equinox out again via a VIP Pass.

When I swung by for the tour over a year ago, Equinox had just opened and was a little sparse on the free weights. The VIP pass is good for one whole month - I think I just might have to check it out.

During my conversation with Colin (membership advisor @ Equinox), I mentioned that I have a blog and that I was sure my readers would also appreciate a chance to check out Equinox. So, what did he do? He handed me a nice stack of additional VIP cards so that I could hook you guys up.

If you're itching to join and don't need the month pass to check it out, you're also in luck. They're running a $17 initation promo right now if you join during the month of September.

When you get there, just ask for Colin Saad - he'll take care of you.

For those of you that would like a VIP card, email me your name/address with "Equinox VIP Card" in the subject line and I'll put one in the mail for you. The VIP cards expire by 10/15/08 so get 'em while the gettin's good.



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2 Response to "Equinox One Month All Access VIP Cards"

  1. Dan Dan Said,

    I'm not sure if I'm sexy enough to work out at Equinox... wait, who am I kidding, of course I am!

    Quite generous of you, footing the bill on the stamp yourself!!

    If you go to Equinox, I'll be the sketchy guy in the back curling the obscenely small weights but making lots of noise doing it.

    Posted on 9/24/08, 10:02 PM

     
  2. Beantown Bloggery Said,

    I don't mind paying for the stamps - anything for my readers. If enough people (about ~5000) click on an ad on my page - it should cover the cost of the stamps.

    It's not the stamp cost that hurt, it was licking all those darned envelopes. I'm reminded of that Seinfeld episode where Susan dies from licking the wedding invitation envelopes.

    Posted on 9/25/08, 10:52 AM

     
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