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LA WEIGHT LOSS: More Wisconsin LA Weight Loss Centers Closing

The widespread closings of LA Weight Loss centers continue in Wisconsin, as elsewhere. The local Inches-A-Weigh franchise is offering a discount to LA Weight Loss members left stranded by the closings. According to the Appleton Post-Crescent:
“LA Weight Loss will close its two locations here next Wednesday. They are at 1005 Mutual Way in Grand Chute, near Wal-Mart and N474 Eisenhower Drive, Buchanan, near Regal Cinemas. Both opened in 2004. In a written statement, the company cited “economic conditions in our country at this time” as the reason for closure. The company will contact current clients and offer them phone counseling or a refund.

“Another women’s weight loss business, Inches-A-Weigh at 4774 Integrity Way, Grand Chute, will give a discount to anyone with unexpired LA Weight Loss contracts, said co-owner Dave Murphy.”

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LA Weight Loss Centers Closing in Milwaukee, WI

L.A. Weight Loss is closing all of its Milwaukee, WI locations according to the WITI-TV Milwaukee:

“Another sign of the times – a national franchise is closing all six of its Milwaukee area locations. This time, it’s LA Weight Loss that’s tightening its belt, leaving a lot of unhappy customers.”

Other recent closings include:

LA Weight Loss Center Closing in Eau Claire, Wisconsin

LA Weight Loss Centers Closing in Rochester, Minnesota

LA Weight Loss Centers Closing in Portland, OR

LA Weight Loss Center Closes in Great Falls, MT

LA Weight Loss Centers Closing in Raleigh, N.C.

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LA Weight Loss Center Closing in Eau Claire, Wisconsin

L.A. Weight Loss just announced its closing in Eau Claire, Wisconsin center, according to a report on WQOW:

“L.A. Weight Loss just announced its closing in Eau Claire next Wednesday.

“When News 18 contacted the corporate offices, they sent us this statement: ‘We wish we could have stayed open after operating in the Eau Claire area for 4 years, but the economic conditions in our country at this time have forced us to close our centers.’

“Several members of L.A. Weight Loss contacted the station expressing their frustration. The members say it’s not just losing out on money they’re upset about.

“Members told News 18 they were looking forward to the extra support during the holiday season….”

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