World Covid-19 in Rennes. Sportsmen rushed to the venues outside the metropolis
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Against the closures of sports halls in Rennes and in the Metropolis, sportsmen have moved to the outskirts of Rennes. The room concepts proposed transfers to the outskirts… The countryside thus experienced a good influx.
Since Thursday, October 1, 2020 morning, Charles-Henry Pasquet and his partner, Morgane Gautier-Marquer, have been breathing a bit. They have been the managers of several L’Orange bleue clubs in Cesson, Châteaugiron, Châteaubourg, Bain-de-Bretagne and Janzé since June 1. Like many sports hall managers, they do not understand the prefecture's decision to close sports halls. "It was unfair, there was no cluster in the gyms. We are very careful to respect the protocol. Even more ”, announces Charles-Henry Pasquet.
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After the cancellation of the prefectural decree by the administrative court, "we opened on Thursday, October 1 in the morning. People need to play sports. We recommend physical activity to defeat the virus, ” adds the young man. His stepfather is none other than Thierry Marquer, the founder and owner of the 450 Blue Orange rooms.“Continuous world”
With his father-in-law, they suggested to members of Cesson, Vern and Rennes to go to Châteaugiron or Janzé ? "We have hired a person to open the room permanently" and the time slots have been extended. The brand's members were able to let off steam in another room. A little material, from the closed rooms, went to the outskirts. “Yes, we had a lot of people. But not to the detriment of the members of these rooms. Nor of course distancing. The rule: one person every 4 meters. "
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He points out that September is a busy month anyway.
The Sun form, located in Cap Malo, is very well placed to catch all the sportsmen of the north of Rennes. “Attendance has jumped. We have seen the arrival of inhabitants of Melesse, Gévezé, Tinténiac ”, points out Jérémie Laborde, the manager of this big sports hall. The franchisee expected this. "We don't want to steal customers from Rennes cinemas, but this is an opportunity for us to show that we have the same qualities by being 5 minutes from home. "A subscription of 10 € per month
Instead of 30 € per month, he made a rate of 10 € with no subscription obligation. “50 registrations Monday evening. Similar to Sun form Liffré. Many have told me that they would have been willing to pay more. These new faces, the team know they might not stay. “Most told us they would return to their club when it reopens, often close to their jobs. There is no betrayal. »
But, the professional feels that word of mouth is good and that the potential is there. “Of our 1200 members per year, 80% are beginners. So, having so many people coming to talk about it can only be beneficial in the short term. "
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