California Fit Pros: Take Action Today to Get Facilities Open Statewide
Today, March 1, marks 350 days since gyms, spas and health clubs were able to consistently operate indoors in California. California is currently the only state in the country that will not allow indoor fitness to open at every tier, despite data and science that demonstrate indoor fitness—with proper COVID-19 protocols in place—is safe.
350 Day Social Media Campaign—Monday, March 1st
Please help to get the word to elected leaders that 350 days is too long for our industry to be closed and for Californians to be denied access to safe places to exercise. Below is a social media campaign we urge you to get involved in.
ACTION ITEMS ON MONDAY MARCH 1st:
- POST this video on your social channels (Twitter is top priority)
- Tag Governor Newsom: Twitter: @CAgovernor; Facebook: @CAgovernor
- Tag your Assembly Members and State Senators. To find your legislator please click here.
- Please use the Hashtags below
- POST/TWEET the suggested Tweets below and the attached Social Tiles
- SHARE within your local community and members and encourage them to do the same.
Twitter/Facebook/Instagram (links will not work in Instagram)
It has been 350 days since Californians, like me, could consistently exercise indoors. We need @CAGovernor and [tag your representative] to help reopen fitness. Not only is indoor fitness proven to be safe, but exercise can also improve mental health. #CAleg #FitnessIsEssential
Californians have been denied access to fitness for almost all of the last 350 days. We are calling on @CAGovernor and [tag your representative] to help safely reopen the fitness industry to help people achieve physical and mental health. #CAleg #LetUsExercise
Physical health is important for limiting the risk of diabetes, cancer, and even fighting illnesses like #COVID19. We need @CAGovernor and [tag your representative] to help reopen our fitness industry that has largely not been allowed to operate indoors for 350 days. #CAleg #LetUsExercise
Fitness is a key to a component of avoiding chronic health conditions. Over the past 350 days, Californians have been denied access to indoor fitness, even with proven safety protocols in place. We need @CAGovernor and [tag your representative] to #LetUsExercise #Caleg
For 350 days the fitness industry has been forced to close its doors. Without access to fitness, the already overburdened health care system will only see more strain. We need @CAGovernor and [tag your representative] to #LetUsExercise #CAleg
Californians rely on gyms and health centers to keep themselves healthy. Over the past 350 days, we have been denied access to indoor fitness. We need @CAGovernor and [tag your representative] to help reopen our fitness and ensure equal access and opportunity for all. #CAleg
Thousands of #SmallBusiness owners who run small independent gyms throughout the state largely have been forced to close their doors for the past 350 days. We are calling on @CAGovernor [tag your representative] to reopen our fitness industry and get us back to work. #CAleg
Thousands of fitness employees have been out of work for 350 days. We need to support employees and #SmallBusiness owners in California by safely allowing our fitness industry to reopen. We need @CAGovernor and [tag your representative] to open the fitness industry #CAleg
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