Email to my gym about customers not respecting the environment.


Greetings X gym,

More important than anything, I treat all your staff with the utmost respect at all times. For the most part, I keep to myself. The interaction I have with your team is always respectful as I treat everyone. The X gym employees at the gym are the best in the business.

As I’ve mentioned several times, X gym is my favorite workout place in the city. You are doing an extraordinary job.

I wanted to report that the majority of your clients are following the rules. For some reason, and this was going on at other gyms I’ve been a member at, there are people whose mission is to break the rules.

I never mention anything about this to your staff in person. Lord knows they have enough to manage running a retail location in New York City. Furthermore, I would never mention a word to one of your customers, regardless of whatever happened. Nothing phases me. Someone could throw a can of paint on my head, and I woudn’t lose my cool.

The issue I’m emailing about is people not being patient while walking around the gym. If I didn’t know better, I would suspect there are a number of customers looking to crash into people in the hallways. I was waiting for someone to walk out of the locker room while walking out of the bathroom. People start running around me from behind, cutting everyone off. They might have been on their way to pick up a bank check or something like that. It’s none of my business.

If you ever look at how carefully I walk around the gym, you would see how respectful I am. I’m not claiming that everyone needs to be as cautious as me. However, some clients are cutting people off and not respecting the situation here.

It’s not a big deal. I merely enjoy reporting everything to try and be helpful when possible.

Thank you again for running the number one gym in the city. I hope X gym takes over the whole country.

Thank you and have a great day.

Ever upward,

Mark Pine

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