Citing “an immovable monetary toll” attributable to the state-mandated closure of fitness center amenities as a result of COVID-19, downtown Edmonds’ SNAP Health introduced Friday that it’s completely shutting down.
The health middle, positioned at 505 fifth Ave. S., introduced the closure in an electronic mail e-newsletter to members.
“It’s with our deepest sorrow that we should announce to you, our loyal SNAP members, that we should make the painful resolution to formally shut our doorways for good,” a message within the e-newsletter said, “Because of the state’s mandated closure due to COVID-19, we face an immovable monetary toll that has not allowed us to get better our losses regardless of our biggest efforts. Over the previous month, we did the whole lot in our energy to not lose hope and we pressed on with the SNAP employees and Edmonds group in thoughts. We are able to take delight in understanding that we stood our floor and fought for so long as we have been in a position, but it surely’s nonetheless with nice dismay that we’ve reached a degree the place persevering with our operation is now not a practical or financially possible possibility for us.”
SNAP Health opened its doorways in February 2008. “We now have been part of the Edmonds group and have watched each member who stepped by way of our doorways evolve into their biggest, (and strongest) selves for 13 stable years,” the message continued. “We’re so, so pleased with all that you’ve got completed right here at our membership and we’re without end grateful to your kindness, generosity, religion and belief in us over time.”
Despite the fact that the ability is shutting down, SNAP Health says its machines and exercise tools can be accessible for buy. To study extra, electronic mail EdmondsWA@SnapFitness.com.
“Please take this time to help small companies throughout these relentless and difficult instances, as they’re in biggest want of assist,” the message concluded. “We sincerely want you all the best of well being and we hope to cross paths with you all once more sooner or later, right here in downtown Edmonds.”