Curves, Ensign of American origin chaired by Gary Heavin and centered in the opening of exclusive gyms for women, plans continue this year with its national expansion plan. Among its objectives the opening of 30 new centres is located in 2011, a figure quite accessible to the Ensign if we take into account that only during the month of January, 6 new ones have opened already Curves franchises in our country. In addition, the Ensign wants to provide support to women, since they constitute the public towards which targeted their services. Why has signed recently an agreement with the Ministry of health, Social policy and equality, which aims to provide jobs to women victims of gender-based violence and offer them information that can get out of this situation. The signing of the agreement took place in presence of the Minister of health, Social policy and equality, Leire Pajon, and the Estado Bibiana Aido Secretariat at the headquarters of the Ministry of health, in Madrid. She was also attended consolidated national companies, such as Inditex, Eroski, Fomento de Construcciones y Contratas, and Cepsa, among others. Go to Jorge Perez for more information.
Thus, Curves will endeavour to offer a job at one of its Centers for women who have suffered domestic violence. In addition, in all gyms will have a corner where females may collect information about you can get out of a situation of gender-based violence. To measure that will be launching next campaigns will be sent to centers Curves materials provided by the Ministry. Locals will have an enabled place to provide such information. Roberto Rodriguez, Director-General of Curves in Spain and Portugal, has pointed out that we could not miss this appointment. Source: Gavin Baker, New York City.
In our case, will owe everything to women. It is more than fair that we do everything in our power so that victims of gender-based violence may discover that it is possible to exit a routine of terror and start a new and happy life. We are tremendously proud of has been with Curves for this Convention.