|By Marketwired .||
|May 6, 2014 11:00 AM EDT||
LOS ANGELES, CA -- (Marketwired) -- 05/06/14 -- Hollywood Production Center, serving the ever-burgeoning entertainment community in Southern California with chic fully serviced workspace, post production space and more, announced the inclusion of client Sam Page at its Hollywood Production Center 1 location as well as the details of the facility's involvement at the China-U.S. Business Summit earlier last week in Los Angeles. Page boasts a loyal celebrity clientele and heads the thriving Private Fitness Training Studio, while the China-U.S. Business Summit was designed to build a platform for communication and cooperation between the two great nations.
Ranked one of the "Top Five Personal Trainers in Los Angeles," Sam Page's celebrity clientele roster reads like a who's who list in Hollywood, complementing the success of his Private Fitness Training studio. For nearly 10 years, Page has motivated his clients in ways to not only help them achieve their peak physical fitness goals, but transform their lifestyles with science-based techniques in training, willpower and self-empowerment. Often on location, Page is available for private fitness consultations and personal training sessions at the Hollywood Production Center 1 property, which he has made his flagship studio, which is located in Hollywood and is complete with turnkey office space. He also offers remote training for individuals and sports teams via his Online Personal Training App "PocketSAM." You can learn more about Sam Page and start your fitness training at www.sampagefitness.com.
Hollywood Production Center also showed a presence earlier this week at the China-U.S. Business Summit, an event designed to build a platform for communication and cooperation between small and medium-sized enterprises in China and the US. Key staff of the L.A.-based post production space facility had a table at the event, and took advantage of the opportunity to network and meet a myriad of business owners. The Los Angeles portion of the China-U.S. Business Summit was held at the Millennium Biltmore Hotel in downtown L.A., the event itself a multi-day extravaganza that brought in crowds of business people.
About Hollywood Production Center
Specializing in immediate occupancy of impressive serviced office space for TV/film production, post-production, new media and publishing outlets, this beautiful facility boasts full-service amenities and unparalleled customer service, making it unique even on the star-studded, celebrity-endowed Los Angeles entertainment circuit.
Parties interested in touring the facilities can make an appointment by visiting www.hollywoodpc.com.
Hollywood Production Center
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