Fitness Studio occupies prime Enumclaw location

After launching their business a year ago in Ravensdale, the owners of Palmer Athletic Club upgraded their operation and now serve clients from space at the busiest intersection in downtown Enumclaw.

  • Wednesday, August 9, 2017 11:00am
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The Palmer Athletic Club, new to downtown Enumclaw, is under the direction of Nolan McSheridon and Vanessa Pons. Submitted photo

After launching their business a year ago in Ravensdale, the owners of Palmer Athletic Club upgraded their operation and now serve clients from space at the busiest intersection in downtown Enumclaw.

The PAC is found at 1540 Cole St., the intersection of Cole and Griffin Avenue.

Owners Nolan E. McSheridon III and fiancée Vanessa Pons offer fitness programs to match a variety of customer needs and desires. Included are personal and semi-private training, instruction in karate and martial arts, spin classes and boot camps.

Phone: 253-266-9433

Website: www.facebook.com/JoinThePACWA

Email: jointhePACWA@gmail.com

Hours: Call for appointment or visit Facebook for class schedules

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