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Boston Sports Clubs Announces Partnership with KIND Healthy Snacks in Support of Nurses

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Just in time for National Nurses Day, Boston Sports Clubs
("BSC"), a leading fitness provider in Massachusetts, is partnering with KIND
Healthy Snacks
("KIND") to celebrate and support hardworking
nurses through a "do the KIND thing" initiative. During the month of
May, all BSC locations in Massachusetts will offer complimentary fitness
assessments and personal training sessions to working nurses along with
free access to any BSC Massachusetts location on each Monday during the
month. Participating nurses will also receive a KIND Protein From Real
Food™ bar with 12 grams of protein and tasty whole ingredients. The
first 10 nurses at each BSC will also receive a tote bag with a 4-pack
of the KIND Protein bars and other partner products, including face
wipes, coffee, and water.

"Nurses spend all day taking care of others and we want to give them a
chance to focus on themselves. We're offering working nurses a free
fitness assessment and a personal training session - if fitness is
something they're interested in, they can become informed and get
started whenever they're ready" explains Steven Davis, Head of Marketing
and Business Development for Boston Sports Clubs and Town Sports
International Holdings, Inc., the parent company that owns and operates
BSC. "By supporting nurses, we seek to empower the men and women who
selflessly support our communities every day. Realizing that long hours
and stressful work conditions don't foster the best conditions for a
healthy lifestyle, we want to be able to offer nurses the chance to
check in on their fitness and jump start their goals" says Davis.

"KIND has long been committed to helping people treat their bodies and
taste buds with kindness. For this reason, we're thrilled to partner
with BSC to help local nurses reach their health and nutrition goals
this month." says Toni MacDonald, Boston Field Marketing Manager for
KIND. "Nurses embody kindness, and this is one small way of showing our
gratitude for all that they do."

Nurses can visit any BSC location in Massachusetts through May 31st to
get paired with a certified personal trainer and redeem their fitness
assessment, workout and complimentary KIND snack.

About Boston Sports Clubs

Boston Sports Clubs is a leading owner and operator of fitness clubs in
Massachusetts and Rhode Island. Boston Sports Clubs is a subsidiary of
Town Sports International Holdings, Inc. To learn more about BSC please
visit www.bostonsportsclubs.com.

About KIND Healthy Snacks

Since its founding in 2004, KIND has been on a mission to make the world
a little kinder one snack and one act at a time. KIND was born out of
its founder's desire to create a snack that was healthy and tasty,
wholesome and convenient. What began as a line of premium Fruit & Nut
bars sparked the creation of an entirely new healthier snacking
category. Today, KIND has a family of more than 70 snacks that offer
solutions for a variety of different occasions.

KIND was founded with a social mission, called the KIND Movement, which
celebrates and inspires kindness through acts big and small. Today, the
Movement is brought to life through both the brand and The KIND
Foundation. To learn more about KIND and to join the Movement, visit kindsnacks.com.

About Town Sports International Holdings, Inc.

Town Sports International Holdings, Inc. (NASDAQ:CLUB) is a diversified
holding company that owns subsidiaries engaged in a number of business
and investment activities. The Company's largest operating subsidiaries
have been involved in the fitness industry since 1973 and have grown to
become a leading owner and operator of fitness clubs in the Northeast.
Town's corporate structure provides flexibility to make investments
across a broad spectrum of industries in order to create long-term value
for shareholders. Town Sports International is led by its Chief
Executive Officer and Chairman of the Board, Patrick Walsh. To learn
more about TSI visit www.townsportsinternational.com.

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