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Welcome to MACMA

Founded in 1986, The Mid Atlantic Club Management Association (MACMA) is a non profit trade association made up of health and fitness clubs and vendors. MACMA’s overall mission is to provide affordable industry specific education, serve as an advocate with state and local lawmakers and provide networking opportunities to its members.

Upcoming Events

2019 MACMA Annual Conference & Golf Tournament

MACMA Annual Conference & Golf Tournament

Date:     July 10-11, 2019
Where:  Westin Hotel & Conference Center
Annapolis, Maryland
Renditions Grand Slam Experience 
Invitees: Club Members/ Non Members
Vendors

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Golf 

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2019 Awards of Excellence Application
2019 Distinguished Service Award Application 

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Plan Ahead!

Owner/General Manager Roundtable
When: November 29, 2018 10am-3pm
Facilitated by Mark Miller
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Webinar
When:November 15,2018 at 2pm
Topic: Increase Retention, Revenue, and Enhance Medical Programming Through Leveraging Technology
Presented by:Amanda Konigsberg and Mark Koester
Sponsored by:Active Wellness

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Recent Posts

MACMA Board

The MACMA Board would like to wish you a 'Happy Fall'
"Small Opportunities are often the beginning of Great Achievements."

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TeamQuest4ALS

Support ALS research through Augies Quest.

Together we can make a difference !
Email Kerry if you would like more details.


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August/September E-Newsletter

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E-News Submission and Distribution Schedule

Bryan Williams Tip of The Month

This Month's Tip: When the customer walks into your business, is the staff just mulling around or do they appear to be ready to serve? The same applies for service provided over the phone. Does the phone ring 10 times before it gets answered or is there a standard for it to be answered within three rings (or less)? The customer really shouldn't have to wait…ever. If they do, it is your responsibility to apologize for the delay. When waiting is inevitable, be sure to acknowledge those customers who are waiting, even if it’s not their turn. A simple gesture like a smile or eye contact may suffice. The acknowledgement sends the message that “I see you, and look forward to serving you as soon as possible”.


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Legislative News & Updates

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