Townsquare Media San Angelo is broadcasting live from Crunch Fitness today and you're invited to come by and meet former University of Texas Legend Vince Young who will be signing autographs from 5 - 8 pm during the broadcast.

Crunch Fitness is offering you some awesome deals with memberships starting at less than $10 a month and you don't even have to sign any long term contracts. You can even get a free day pass to test out the facilities.

Crunch embraces a no judgments philosophy which means positivity, inclusivity, and tons of fun for everyone and you get more value per dollar at Crunch than any other brand in the industry

Enjoy 7-gyms-in-1 in their 30,000 Square Feet of Awesomeness. They offer you so much including things like: Lots of Cardio, Awesome Classes, Tons of Weights, Ride Spin Studio, Personal Training, Babysitting, Tanning & Spray Tanning, HydroMassage, Red Light Therapy, Guest Privileges......and much more!!

Come on by today from 5-8 pm and talk a little football with Vince Young, a legendary former football quarterback in both College and the Pros.

Young played college football for the University of Texas. As a junior, he won the Davey O'Brien Award, awarded annually to the best college quarterback in the nation. He finished second behind Reggie Bush in Heisman Trophy voting. Young led his team to a BCS National Championship defeating the USC Trojans in the 2006 Rose Bowl. Texas retired Young's jersey on August 30, 2008.

Young played in the National Football League (NFL) for six seasons after being drafted by the Tennessee Titans in 2006.

This is a great opportunity for football fans to meet Vince Young, get an autograph and check out Crunch Fitness all at the same time today.

Crunch Fitness is Located at 4349 Sherwood Way next to the old Mr. Gatti’s. Visit crunch.com to learn more and to join online!

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