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    Originally Posted by McBrody View Post
    I wonder if they still are, the Victory Fitness web site doesn't seem to work anymore, that's where they sold the Panatta equipment. Also, it would be more money in their pockets, if they sold their own line of equipment instead of Panatta's equipment.
    Possibly the Panatta line did not take off, great equipment, but not to everyone's taste.

    Even with Tommy on board, developing and bringing a new equipment line to market would be a huge undertaking. Like here in the UK I guess finding an experienced equipment fabricator would not be easy.
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    Originally Posted by MGM711 View Post
    Who's seriously buying Panatta equipment in the states...that one never made any sense to me why REP went that route?
    It's kind of like a Chevy dealer who also sells Ferraris.
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    Originally Posted by MGM711 View Post
    Who's seriously buying Panatta equipment in the states...that one never made any sense to me why REP went that route?
    Agreed, even here in Europe Panatta appeals to a niche market.

    Whilst Panatta produce some very innovative designs, the bio-mechanics on many of their machines is first class and can only be rivalled by the likes of Rogers, Atlantis, Prime/Strive etc, their price point is right up there, so I guess anyone fitting out a commercial set up would prefer to deal with a home grown company, or in the case of Atlantis still based in North America.
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    So do you work out at the fitness factory the original Nebula fitness center
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    Originally Posted by Tommynebula View Post
    So do you work out at the fitness factory the original Nebula fitness center
    No...actually I did not know it was there despite driving close by it many times (workout at home). Pretty neat to learn about it! With Midmark's success, hopefully it and your business benefited.

    Too bad about the Inn...hopefully the downtown area is not affected too much while it is being rebuilt.
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    Originally Posted by McBrody View Post
    It's kind of like a Chevy dealer who also sells Ferraris.
    No joke, my local Ford dealership is a Ford/Maserati dealership, probably don't see that too often!
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