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Fitness Classes in 3rd Party Premises

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Hey,

 

I run a fitness company who sell licenses of my classes into 3rd party gyms throughout the world, therefore, I don’t actually have a physical address in these locations but my classes are available through Gyms in relevant cities. 

 

Is it still viable for me to add Business listings for these locations referencing these 3rd party locations? Or do you have another way this could be done?

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Fitness Classes in 3rd Party Premises

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I think it's agaist their guidelines

 

https://support.google.com/business/answer/3038177?hl=en

 

quoting:

"

Ineligible businesses

The following businesses aren’t eligible for a business listing:

  • Businesses that are under construction or that have not yet opened to the public.
  • Rental or for-sale properties, such as vacation homes, model homes or vacant apartments. Sales or leasing offices, however, are eligible for verification.
  • An ongoing service, class, or meeting at a location that you don't own or have the authority to represent.

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