As of March 16, 2020 we are temporarily closed and closely monitoring the COVID-19 situation. During this time we are…
- Offering virtual training.
- Sanitizing our facility daily.
- Continuing to pay our full-time employees.
- Applied for all the Federal and State Aid – but haven’t heard back from any of them.
- Have not received rental assistance from our landlord.
- Offering complimentary extensions/freezes for our members.For more information regarding your membership with us please see the details below.
During the closing, Crazy 88 MMA coaches & instructors will continue to provide training via Online resources. They will be collated and placed here…
Facebook (for the latest news & to keep in touch with everyone)
YouTube Online Learning (https://www.youtube.com/user/Crazy88bjjTV/videos)
- JIU JITSU
Please check the CLASS SCHEDULES on the LOCATION pages of the websites. We are currently offering complimentary virtual classes in the following…
- Kids Jiu-Jitsu
- Kids Fitness
- Adult Boxing
- Adult Fitness Bootcamp
- Adult Jiu-Jitsu
- Adult Muay Thai
Tuition & Program Information
“For members with contracts of at least three months, gyms, health clubs, fitness centers and self-defense schools must either extend contracts for the equivalent time of the closure or provide prorated refunds.”
What does this mean for current Crazy 88 students?
All month-to-month memberships have automatically been frozen in compliance with Maryland State Law. Longer term contracts (3, 12, 24, 36 month) will still process payments as agreed following the terms of the agreement.
For the temporary closure, you will receive those months of paid tuition within 12 months of us reopening (complimentary extensions). For clients that have been financially affected by COVID-19 we are offering complimentary freezes.
What happens if Crazy 88 goes out of business?
We see this as being very unlikely. In the case that Crazy 88 ceases operations, all non frozen students will be compensated for the lost time that has been paid for. In this scenario, you would make a claim on our bond that is held by the Maryland Attorney General, Consumer Protection Division and be refunded for any tuition paid after 3/16/2020. [Health Club Unit, Consumer Protection Division, Office of the Attorney General 200 St. Paul Place, Baltimore, MD 21202]
How’s Everything Going with You?
Please stay in touch & let us know!