New fitness center opens in Buffalo | Free

Iron Knights Fitness Center, a family-owned and -operated gym, opened March 12 in Buffalo. Owners Chad and Megan Garner are committed to providing a quality space for their members to achieve their full potential in health and fitness.

Access to the gym is 24 hours, seven days a week for members, but office hours are 4 to 6 p.m. Monday through Friday. The fitness center offers tanning and nutritional supplements, also.

Membership is on a month-to-month basis with no yearly contract. First responders and military are eligible for a discounted membership.

The fitness center is managed by Josh Huskey and is at 1238 W. Truman Road. To sign up for a membership, come in during office hours or call to make an appointment. The phone number is (417) 241-2007.

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