Aldergrove pumped for Powerhouse

The owner of an Aldergrove gym that celebrated its grand opening on Saturday, Jan. 24 did what he could to beef up donations to the Langley Food Bank.

Dennyz Say, owner of Powerhouse Gym FX at 26310 Fraser Hwy., gave visitors incentive for dropping off nonperishable food to the celebration.

Those who donated food items during the grand opening would receive a free week of training. 

The day also featured complimentary classes, special promotions, giveaways, and draws, and a chance to try out the gym for free.

Hall of Fame bodybuilder Shawn Ray and Powerhouse co-founder and CEO Will Dabish were also on hand.

As well, a number of nutritional and sports supplement companies were at the event to do demos and give samples and education on their products. 

The Powerhouse gym chain has more than 300 locations around the world.

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