A Salute to our Veterans
Each Veterans Day, we honor those who serve in one of our United States Armed Forces. November 11th is the day of celebration because it marks the armistice signing which led to the end of World War I. In 1954, “Armistice Day” was changed to “Veterans Day” to ensure that we remember the service and sacrifices that these brave soldiers make every day to keep Americans safe while securing our freedom.
At Curves, we are driven by a common passion, a commitment to empower women to improve their lives. This passion manifests itself in our caring support for our members and in our belief that if we deliver our programs and products with the highest level of excellence, we can change their lives. After 25 years of helping women grow stronger, both inside and out, it seemed fitting to provide a gift that would really help those who have dedicated their lives to service.
Curves will gift 25 female veterans $25,000 each toward owning their own Curves club. 1 We want to give back to those who serve and defend our country. We are proud, and honored, to be able to provide these opportunities, in efforts to assist these strong women so that they may continue serving communities throughout our country. Thank you for your service.
To learn more about the Curves franchise opportunity gift and to apply, click here.
1No purchase necessary to enter. Open to eligible female US veterans who are legal residents of the US. Void where prohibited. All entrants must read and agree to the Official Rules at www.buycurves.com/veterans. 25 winners, if qualified and approved, will receive a $25,000 credit, which covers the Initial Franchise Fee and part of the equipment cost. Winners will be required to pay other initial fees, including but not limited to the remainder of the equipment cost ($15,034), cost of all permits and licenses, expenses to attend training and other fees as described in our Franchise Disclosure Document (FDD). This giveaway and the information relating thereto is not an offer to sell a franchise, which can only be done in a state where our FDD is filed and registered, or we are exempted, as set by state law, and only if we deliver the FDD in compliance with applicable law.