Boxing has been at the roots of Joe Hand Promotions since the company’s inception more than 50 years ago when Joe Hand, Sr. was the manager of boxing legend Joe Frazier.
Today, the company is the leading provider of live content, including UFC, PBC, WWE events and more to sports bars, restaurants and local dining establishments. They present more than 25,000 events to establishments while boosting their food and beverage sales, expanding their customer base and increasing their late-night revenues.
The Joe Hand Gym is a 6,000-square-foot, ADA-accessible training facility with ample parking for men and women looking to get in shape.
Joe Hand Gym has a strength and conditioning coach and features licensed boxing trainers. Well-equipped with a standard boxing ring, speed bags, heavy bags, dumbbells, treadmills, bikes, ellipticals, jump rope stations, ropes, and tires, as well as men and women locker rooms, it’s everything you need to stay active.
Additionally, the Joe Hand Gym provides physical therapy treatment for individuals with Parkinson’s Disease. No one with Parkinson’s Disease is refused regardless of their financial status.
The centerpiece of the Joe Hand Gym is a life-size bronzed sculpture of the Joe Frazier vs. Muhammad Ali “Fight of the Century” from March 8th, 1971.
Open Monday through Friday, from 8:00am until 8:00pm, Joe Hand Gym offers membership discounts to first responders and veterans. In addition, children between the ages of 7 and 17 who join will receive automatic membership to USA Boxing, a free T-shirt, and free hand wraps.
The Joe Hand Gym is located at 213 W. Street Road in Feasterville. Stop on in.
For more information on joining, call 267-914-8777 or go online: www.joehandpromotions.com.
PHOTO CAP: Joe Hand Sr., former manager to boxing legend Joe Frazier, pictured in the new Joe Hand Boxing Gym in Feasterville with the iconic life-size sculptures of Frazier and Ali from the “Fight of the Century” on March 8, 1971.