WILDCARD GYM STAFF APPEALS TO PACFANS
By Ed de la Vega, DDS
Thu, 11 Feb 2010
Through its head of security Robert Peters, this writer was requested to publish an appeal to all “pacfans” and “pac-friends” by the Wildcard Gym Staff.
The staff wants to request the above mentioned fans to please refrain from coming to the Gym while the Filipino champion is in training particularly during Saturdays.
"There is just so many parking spaces and we cannot allow them to all come and occupy the parking because we are not the only tenant in the building complex. We need to save space for the laundry downstairs as well as the beauty parlor, the boutique, mini grocery, the Thai restaurant and a couple of other businesses. We have to be good neighbors," Peters said.
The Gym staff also wishes to announce that effective this week, there will no longer be autograph signing sessions after Pacquiao trains.
“Please request them to give space to the champion. He needs some measure of privacy particularly after a hard training day,” Peters said.
As the training session approaches the tail end, Peters also indicated that they will be more strict in implementing the gym rules. “Pacquiao and Roach need all the privacy to train and practice their game plan,” he said.
According to Peters, no one except the immediate members of the training team will be allowed in the Gym between 12:00 noon and 5 PM. No exceptions.
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