Mispillion Fitness Open For Business

The Chamber of Commerce for Greater Milford, Owners Kevin Reading and Laura Burton, Milford Mayor Bryan Shupe, CCGM President Angela Dorey, friends and family recently celebrated a Ribbon Cutting and Grand Opening Celebration for Mispillion Fitness, located at 239 NE Front St. (conveniently located next to Abbott’s Grill).

Mispillion Fitness will be a 24/7 fitness center! They have affordable monthly rates, including daily and weekly membership rates. The fitness center offers a wide variety of classes for all fitness levels. Their goal is to provide the community with a clean, safe and friendly environment that meets the health and wellness needs of everyone. For more information about Mispillion fitness, give them at call at 422-4442 or visit their website at www.mispillionfitness.com.

 

 

 (L to R): Christina McCarthy, Brian McCarthy, Owners Laura R. Burton and Kevin Reading, Mayor Bryan Shupe, Steve Shane,  Landon Shane, Adrianne Shane and CCGM President Angela Dorey.
(L to R): Christina McCarthy, Brian McCarthy, Owners Laura R. Burton and Kevin Reading, Mayor Bryan Shupe, Steve Shane, Landon Shane, Adrianne Shane and CCGM President Angela Dorey.

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