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STATEMENT BY EARL ACQUAVIVA, BALLY'S HEALTH & TENNIS ASSOCIATE COUNSEL, REGARDING 1992 FEDERAL TRADE COMMISSION AGREEMENT

 TOWSON, Md., April 14 /PRNewswire/ -- The following was released today by Earl Acquaviva, Bally's Health & Tennis Corporation associate counsel:
 The settlement agreement released by the FTC today is more than 18 months old and was executed by Bally's Health & Tennis Corporation ("Bally's") in 1992. Executed in the form of a consent judgment, it is not an admission of wrongdoing or guilt, but rather represents a resolution reached in the spirit of cooperation between Bally's and the FTC which is both expedient and beneficial to all parties.
 Bally's voluntarily instituted all procedures delineated in the agreement long before it was executed. Bally's continues to be in full compliance with this agreement and is working aggressively to adhere to all applicable state and federal trade regulations.
 Bally's provides quality health clubs at reasonable membership prices to more than 4 million members in 29 states and takes its responsibility as the leader in the fitness industry seriously. Bally's maintains a strong corporate policy designed to provide timely resolutions to all legitimate consumer inquiries. Bally's will continue to require its employees to strive for the highest levels of customer satisfaction. The success of this corporate policy is best reflected in our 4 million satisfied members nationwide.
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 /CONTACT: Michael W. Kempner or Carreen Winters of MWW/Strategic Communications, 201-342-9500/


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