March “Referral” Madness!

by Megan K on February 26, 2012

Being from Canada,  I didn’t know anything about March Madness until recently.  Admittedly, I  still don’t know or care too much about this big college basketball event, but I do think it is a pretty cool use of alliteration.

With  March Madness around the corner, I thought I would create my own kind of  March Referral Madness.


Send me your friends, your family members, your co-workers or your neighbors and you’ll receive one hour of  one-on-one coaching with me. 

  • We can talk about nutrition.
  • We can fine tune movements that are specific to your goals.
  • I can teach you exercises that you can do at home if you can’t make it to the gym.
  • We can take a look at your current cardiovascular training.
  • We can set S.M.A.R.T. Goals for you.
  • You decide what we do during your referral for sending me your friends.

This last month, Jenny Hage and Mony Kuoch both earned Dinner on Me a $50 value.


This month I’m upping the ante, so to speak and offering you a one-on-one consultation with me, for one hour, valued at $80!


Now some of you may say the same things you’ve said before…

  • you aren’t sure what to say to your friends
  • you have asked your friends to come in but they are “too busy”
  • you have asked your friends to come in but they “don’t have the money”

Don’t worry about that, if they show any interest tell them to come in and try a session.  Group training may not be for everyone but you can still earn referral rewards even if your referrals come in and learn more about training from me or decide to sign up for Zumba Fitness classes.
If you still aren’t sure what to say shoot me a message. I have a few clients who sent out one or two e-mails and brought in lots of their friends and I am more than happy to forward you what they wrote or to help you figure out what to say to invite your friends in without it seeming like you are suggesting that they “need it”.

When we surround ourselves with people who are working to be fitter and healthier versions of ourselves we improve our own chances of success and we improve our environment.

In good health,

Megan K

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