Goldfish of Rochester and Grand Rapids UPDATE!

We’ll keep it short and sweet, but we’ve got some GOOD NEWS! The construction in Rochester MI is coming along very nicely and the weather couldn’t be treating us any better than it is. The location is developing right on target and we believe that the opening mid-March won’t be any issue, but you never can tell with construction, the attached photo is of the facility a couple weeks ago! We are anxious to get your kids swimming with us!

As for Grand Rapids, we signed a lease on a space on 28th street and are in the midst of construction drawings and preliminary building budgets. Things here are moving along nicely as well. We’ll be rolling out individual Facebook pages for each location soon and you’ll be able to follow up on us during our initial building process and learn about more opening functions.

Thanks for checking in with Goldfish Swim School!

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