Vision Personal Training joins forces with Filtered Media

By Craig Daveson in Marcoms News on
Vision Personal Training has picked Filtered Media as its brand storytelling agency this week, putting the company in charge of PR, social media and video content aimed at both new franchise owners and personal trainers.
 
Vision Personal Training is the largest Australian owned network of personal trainers, and CEO Andrew Simmons expressed how impressed he was with the talents on offer at Filtered Media as well as its success with the health and wellness market.
 
“Every person we met at Filtered Media shared a sense of passion and authenticity,” said Simmons.

“Having founded Vision 18 years ago, I’m personally invested in having the right people and partnerships in place to expand our network of studios, and keep attracting the best personal trainers. I’m excited to have Filtered Media on board as a strategic and creative addition to our marketing team.”
 
Filtered Media managing director Heather Jones added that personal experience with Vision Personal Training at her local studio had left her impressed by the brand.
 
“It’s a privilege to apply our experience in the health and wellness sector to representing Vision on a professional level now. They have a brilliant story to tell and we’re thrilled to be chosen to get it out there,” said Jones.
 
That client win comes on the back of a range of recent successes, including Macquarie Ice Rink, Jamaica Blue, Chartered Accountants, Simple and more. As such, Filtered is looking to expand its ranks with talented PR, social media and content marketing professionals to work in its business, technology, and consumer lifestyle practices.

See www.filteredmedia.com.au for more info on those new roles.

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