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For the message framing I will use negative message framing because research indicates that negatively framed messages were more persuasive in high-involvement situations that encourage detailed information processing. I will use a two-sided advertising message because we want to show our customer why our gym is better than our competitors.
My magazine ad would be a group of ladies who are on various machine exercising and they would be in their mid-thirties, who are a little bit overweight. Then the headline would read “IMPROVE YOUR CURVES”. The written copy would say “ Ladies are you tired of fancy, over priced gyms where you spend long tireless hours on exercise machine and your bodies are not seeing any improvements. Then, we have the gym that is right for you. Here at Curves our workout plan is only 30- minute, no-nonsense individual workout on 8 to 12 exercise machines. While other workout centers cater to a marker segment that demands luxury, Curves focuses on larger segment- women with little time or money to spend on exercise routines. Whereas other fitness centers offer a wide variety of classes, workouts, and services, Curves offer only one. Curve’s is all about a quick no frills workout gym, where the women are in T-shirts, shorts or sweatpants (Instead of multicolored spandex.)
The registration fee runs between $40 and $70 with a monthly fee of between $29 and $49 depending on where the center is located. These fees add up to a yearly cost of $388 to $658, compared with the thousands people spend at fancier gyms each year. Spaces are limited so sign up as soon as possible. Because muscle weighs more than fat, we here at Curves measures success in inches, not pounds. One of our clients moved from a size 22 to a 12 shedding a total of 48 inches in as little as 5 months and she as recommended our services to her friends and family.
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