For Immediate Release

Mark Your Calendar for a Local Business Celebration: Maryville Curves

Maryville, MO – Debby Talbott is taking ownership of Maryville Curves, a Maryville business designed for women featuring a 30 minute workout which is fun, fast and safe.  She says, “We strengthen and empower women by offering monthly one-on-one coaching sessions.   All of our staff are Curves certified and trained coaches that help women on the workout circuit.  We correct, compel and celebrate women while they are working out.  By offering monthly one-on-one coaching with each member, we help them review and set new goals for the coming month.  This helps keep women motivated and accountable to their own health and fitness.”

Debby is especially thankful for such a motivated, lively group of ladies who are faithful members happy to support one another.  As the new owner, she is grateful for the support of a wonderful faithful membership.  She says, “Curves has been very successful in Maryville for over 20 years; women believe in the program.  It is a non-judgmental, accepting environment for all women.  Members encourage and support one another.  So my goal as the new owner is to continue to offer the same excellent service that I have received since being a member.  I have been a member for 8 years now.” 

Debby feels blessed to be able to have received assistance from Enterprise Facilitator Keli Morris as she embarked on this journey. She says, “As a retired registered nurse, it was the perfect opportunity that arose while searching for a way to promote my passion for women’s wellness and fitness.  Curves changed my life 6 years ago.  When you believe in something, you just follow your passion.  My goal is to impact the health and fitness of women for disease prevention.  Working as a nurse, I learned that lifestyle changes are foremost for optimal health and disease prevention.”

The Maryville Chamber of Commerce and NWMEF will host a business celebration for “Maryville Curves” on June 12th, 2018, at 10:00 A.M. at 1210B S Main St., Maryville, MO 64468. The public is invited to attend.