Rosemary Conley takes on six new franchisees

Diet and fitness club adds to network of over 170 franchises

Rosemary Conley Diet and Fitness Club has recruited six new franchisees to run classes across the UK.

Business women Nicola O’Brien, Dianne Darville, Rhiannon Vickerman, Sarah Buscemi, Emma Noble and Deborah Rolfe have launched their new Rosemary Conley clubs across various regions of West Yorkshire, Lincolnshire, Northamptonshire and Bristol.

Started in 1993, Rosemary Conley Diet and Fitness Club runs a network of over 170 franchises, with more than 1.5 million members.

Having purchased the franchises, which are valued at around £30,000 each, the six new recruits are set to run up to 12 classes within their specific region.

With weekly classes costing between £5.95 and £6.25, the franchisees will provide members with both dietary advice and exercise sessions.

New franchisee for South East Bristol and Yate Sarah Buscemi (pictured left with Rosemary Conley) decided to buy into the franchise after losing her job.

She commented: “Having been made redundant three times I felt that it was time I did something for myself and I am delighted to be taking over these successful Rosemary Conley Diet and Fitness classes, which will also have the benefit of fitting around my hectic family life.”

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