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Forbes 29 Apr 2020

How The Fitness Industry Is Keeping Its Customers Engaged

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305 Fitness founder Sadie Kurzman speaks with Forbes Lifestyle and E-Commerce reporter Tanya Klich on how the fitness industry is keeping communities active and engaged without brick and mortar.



Forbes 'Ask The Expert' is a 10-20 minute talk show streamed on Instagram Live every weekday at 12:00 PM EST. Forbes editors will discuss the latest issues surrounding fears, myths, challenges and opportunities our world is facing from this pandemic and offer knowledgeable solutions and commentary. There will be a variety of guests with varying areas of expertise, and our community will be given the chance to engage via Q+A towards the end of the call. In addition to Youtube, these videos will also be distributed across Forbes' social media channels: Facebook, Twitter, and LinkedIn.


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Forbes 'Ask The Expert' is a 10-20 minute talk show streamed on Instagram Live every weekday at 12:00 PM EST. Forbes editors will discuss the latest issues surrounding fears, myths, challenges and opportunities our world is facing from this pandemic and offer knowledgeable solutions and commentary. There will be a variety of guests with varying areas of expertise, and our community will be given the chance to engage via Q+A towards the end of the call. In addition to Youtube, these videos will also be distributed across Forbes' social media channels: Facebook, Twitter, and LinkedIn.
President Trump's reelection campaign released an ad this week touting the president's response to the coronavirus pandemic.

One America's Stephanie Myers spoke with Trump 2020 advisory board member Boris Epshteyn about how the campaign is keeping the momentum strong heading into the general election.
While millions of Americans have canceled travel plans to stay home, airlines are still up and running. Though the number of flights has been slashed, airlines are required to maintain their service routes. In fact, the airline industry's federal bailout package was contingent on keeping their employees working. But flight crew and passengers that are still flying are arriving to find planes almost empty; air travel has dropped 96% compared to this time last year.

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