Tony DahmenTru Fit Holdings
Tony has over 30 years of experience in the fitness industry and has greenfielded more than 60 fitness clubs throughout his career. He began his career at Family Fitness, which later merged with 24 Hour Nautilus to create 24 Hour Fitness. At 24 Hour Fitness, Tony opened 39 clubs in eight states. Since leaving 24 Hour Fitness in 2000, Tony has bought and sold multiple fitness club chains in multiple geographic markets.
Craig LentzschAll Aboard America! Holdings
Craig previously served as President and Chief Executive Officer of Coach America Holdings, which was owned by Kohlberg and Co. and had 30 business units located in all the major cities in the southern half of the United States. During his tenure, he grew revenues from $200 million in revenue to over $400 million. From 1994-2003, Craig was President and CEO of Greyhound Lines, Inc., the only nationwide provider of intercity bus transportation services.
Joe PritchardPinnacle Treatment Centers
Joe possesses over 35 years of experience within the substance abuse and behavioral health treatment field with extensive knowledge in operations, development and strategic planning. Pinnacle is the largest independent substance abuse treatment chain in the country. Prior to joining Pinnacle, Joe was VP of Operations for CRC Health Group, the country's largest behavioral healthcare company at the time.
Michael Spigel360 PT Management
Michael has spent his career in physical therapy in varying capacities. Most recently, Michael became President & CEO of Good Shepherd Rehabilitation. Previously, he served as President of Brooks Rehabilitation where he executed a buy and build strategy which resulted in revenue growing from $30 million to $200+ million. Previously, Michael was with The Rehabcare Group serving as SVP of Group Operations.