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Curves Recognized as 2018 Upper Perkiomen Business and Professional Women Employer of the Year Award

Left to right, Marylyn Mosheim and Loretta Pigeon, BPW Nominating Committee, 

Michelle Mory, Curves owner, Michael Mory, employees Estella Beard, Megan Long, 

and Naomi Brooks, and Sen. Bob Mensch.

            The Upper Perkiomen Business and Professional Women's Club is proud to award Curves of East Greenville with the 2018 Employer of the Year Award. Curves is now owned by Michelle Mory who started as member March 2003. Michelle was promoted throughout her tenure as an employee. She went from circuit coach, to manager from 2006 to September of 2009. Michelle's passion for fitness, self-improvement, strength training and most importantly supporting and promoting the health and wellness of women lead her to become the owner starting in September 2009. She has been a mentor for Curves International since November of 2012. 

             Michelle is able to pursue her love for showing other women that they have the power within themselves that they can accomplish anything.  

            Michelle never saw herself as a boss, however she now has three employees who she empowers, encourages and ingrains the culture of Curves in them which allows them to shine and do what they love. Working out has helped Michelle with the inner strength needed to become her best self and now that is passed on to her employees and her members. Michelle believes knowledge is power and she always shares what she learns with my staff and members. 

            She pushes her staff to step out of their comfort zones and do the things they thought they couldn't do – and they are always surprised with what they can achieve. She does whatever it takes to provide her staff them with the resources needed to succeed. Her motto is  "Do not believe in the words never or can't"   To Michelle and Curves, exercising, particular strength training like they do at Curves, gives your mind and body the confidence to try and be okay with less than success - there is no failure.

            Curves has changed women's fitness by delivering studio fitness without the premium price. Curves has been changing lives in the Valley for years and has been recognized by the Upper Perkiomen Business and Professional Women's Club who are proud to award Curves the 2018 Employer of the Year Award.





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