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Protestors get fitness club reopened in New Jersey (34)

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Protesters want The Atilis Fitness Club in Bellmar, New Jersey to reopen, and defying the orders of NJ Governor Murphy the owners have opened their gym and even signed up new members. The Bellmar police spoke to the co-owners and said, "Formally you are in violation of the Executive Order, and on that note Have a good day, everybody be safe?, and let them open.**NO NEW YORK DAILY NEWS, NO NEW YORK TIMES, NO NEWSDAY**. 18 May 2020 Pictured: Frank A Bellmawr police officer serves the Atilis owners, Frank Trumbetti , a summons in the amount between $500 and $1000 dollars for keeping their fitness club open. The Atilis Fitness Club in Bellmawr, New Jersey on May 18th, 2020 defied the orders of NJ Governor Murphy and opened their gym and signed up new members. The Bellmawr police spoke to the co-owners and declared they were in violation of the law, but let them stay open. Photo by Richard Harbus for the New York Post ?NYPostinhouse?. Photo credit: Richard Harbus / MEGA TheMegaAgency.com +1 888 505 6342

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Protesters want The Atilis Fitness Club in Bellmar, New Jersey to reopen, and defying the orders of NJ Governor Murphy the owners have opened their gym and even signed up new members. The Bellmar police spoke to the co-owners and said, "Formally you are in violation of the Executive Order, and on that note Have a good day, everybody be safe?, and let them open.**NO NEW YORK DAILY NEWS, NO NEW YORK TIMES, NO NEWSDAY**. 18 May 2020 Pictured: A person iwith a Trump mask. A Bellmawr police officer serves the Atilis owners Ian Smith, with wife behind him, a summons in the amount between $500 and $1000 dollars for keeping their fitness club open. The Atilis Fitness Club in Bellmawr, New Jersey on May 18th, 2020 defied the orders of NJ Governor Murphy and opened their gym and signed up new members. The Bellmawr police spoke to the co-owners and declared they were in violation of the law, but let them stay open. Photo by Richard Harbus for the New York Post ?NYPostinhouse?. Photo credit: Richard Harbus / MEGA TheMegaAgency.com +1 888 505 6342

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Protesters want The Atilis Fitness Club in Bellmar, New Jersey to reopen, and defying the orders of NJ Governor Murphy the owners have opened their gym and even signed up new members. The Bellmar police spoke to the co-owners and said, "Formally you are in violation of the Executive Order, and on that note Have a good day, everybody be safe?, and let them open.**NO NEW YORK DAILY NEWS, NO NEW YORK TIMES, NO NEWSDAY**. 18 May 2020 Pictured: Frank A Bellmawr police officer serves the Atilis owners, Frank Trumbetti , a summons in the amount between $500 and $1000 dollars for keeping their fitness club open. The Atilis Fitness Club in Bellmawr, New Jersey on May 18th, 2020 defied the orders of NJ Governor Murphy and opened their gym and signed up new members. The Bellmawr police spoke to the co-owners and declared they were in violation of the law, but let them stay open. Photo by Richard Harbus for the New York Post ?NYPostinhouse?. Photo credit: Richard Harbus / MEGA TheMegaAgency.com +1 888 505 6342

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Protesters want The Atilis Fitness Club in Bellmar, New Jersey to reopen, and defying the orders of NJ Governor Murphy the owners have opened their gym and even signed up new members. The Bellmar police spoke to the co-owners and said, "Formally you are in violation of the Executive Order, and on that note Have a good day, everybody be safe?, and let them open.**NO NEW YORK DAILY NEWS, NO NEW YORK TIMES, NO NEWSDAY**. 18 May 2020 Pictured: Trump supporters. Protesters in favor of the fitness club staying open. The Atilis Fitness Club in Bellmawr, New Jersey on May 18th, 2020 defied the orders of NJ Governor Murphy and opened their gym and signed up new members. The Bellmawr police spoke to the co-owners and said, Formally you are in violation of the Executive Order, and on that note Have a good day, everybody be safe?, and let them open. Photo by Richard Harbus for the New York Post ?NYPostinhouse?. Photo credit: Richard Harbus / MEGA TheMegaAgency.com +1 888 505 6342

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Protesters want The Atilis Fitness Club in Bellmar, New Jersey to reopen, and defying the orders of NJ Governor Murphy the owners have opened their gym and even signed up new members. The Bellmar police spoke to the co-owners and said, "Formally you are in violation of the Executive Order, and on that note Have a good day, everybody be safe?, and let them open.**NO NEW YORK DAILY NEWS, NO NEW YORK TIMES, NO NEWSDAY**. 18 May 2020 Pictured: A person iwith a Trump mask. A Bellmawr police officer serves the Atilis owners Ian Smith, with wife behind him, a summons in the amount between $500 and $1000 dollars for keeping their fitness club open. The Atilis Fitness Club in Bellmawr, New Jersey on May 18th, 2020 defied the orders of NJ Governor Murphy and opened their gym and signed up new members. The Bellmawr police spoke to the co-owners and declared they were in violation of the law, but let them stay open. Photo by Richard Harbus for the New York Post ?NYPostinhouse?. Photo credit: Richard Harbus / MEGA TheMegaAgency.com +1 888 505 6342

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Protesters want The Atilis Fitness Club in Bellmar, New Jersey to reopen, and defying the orders of NJ Governor Murphy the owners have opened their gym and even signed up new members. The Bellmar police spoke to the co-owners and said, "Formally you are in violation of the Executive Order, and on that note Have a good day, everybody be safe?, and let them open.**NO NEW YORK DAILY NEWS, NO NEW YORK TIMES, NO NEWSDAY**. 18 May 2020 Pictured: After the announcement, clapping, cheering, high-fives and hugs from owner, Ian Smith, as he breathes a sigh of relief. The Atilis Fitness Club in Bellmawr, New Jersey on May 18th, 2020 defied the orders of NJ Governor Murphy and opened their gym and signed up new members. The Bellmawr police spoke to the co-owners and declared they were in violation of the law, but let them stay open. Photo by Richard Harbus for the New York Post ?NYPostinhouse?. Photo credit: Richard Harbus / MEGA TheMegaAgency.com +1 888 505 6342

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Protesters want The Atilis Fitness Club in Bellmar, New Jersey to reopen, and defying the orders of NJ Governor Murphy the owners have opened their gym and even signed up new members. The Bellmar police spoke to the co-owners and said, "Formally you are in violation of the Executive Order, and on that note Have a good day, everybody be safe?, and let them open.**NO NEW YORK DAILY NEWS, NO NEW YORK TIMES, NO NEWSDAY**. 18 May 2020 Pictured: After the announcement, clapping, cheering, high-fives and hugs from owner, Ian Smith,L, hugging co-owner, Frank Trumbetti. The Atilis Fitness Club in Bellmawr, New Jersey on May 18th, 2020 defied the orders of NJ Governor Murphy and opened their gym and signed up new members. The Bellmawr police spoke to the co-owners and declared they were in violation of the law, but let them stay open. Photo by Richard Harbus for the New York Post ?NYPostinhouse?. Photo credit: Richard Harbus / MEGA TheMegaAgency.com +1 888 505 6342

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Protesters want The Atilis Fitness Club in Bellmar, New Jersey to reopen, and defying the orders of NJ Governor Murphy the owners have opened their gym and even signed up new members. The Bellmar police spoke to the co-owners and said, "Formally you are in violation of the Executive Order, and on that note Have a good day, everybody be safe?, and let them open.**NO NEW YORK DAILY NEWS, NO NEW YORK TIMES, NO NEWSDAY**. 18 May 2020 Pictured: After the announcement, clapping, cheering, high-fives and hugs from owner, Ian Smith,R, hugging co-owner, Frank Trumbetti.The Atilis Fitness Club in Bellmawr, New Jersey on May 18th, 2020 defied the orders of NJ Governor Murphy and opened their gym and signed up new members. The Bellmawr police spoke to the co-owners and declared they were in violation of the law, but let them stay open. Photo by Richard Harbus for the New York Post ?NYPostinhouse?. Photo credit: Richard Harbus / MEGA TheMegaAgency.com +1 888 505 6342

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Protesters want The Atilis Fitness Club in Bellmar, New Jersey to reopen, and defying the orders of NJ Governor Murphy the owners have opened their gym and even signed up new members. The Bellmar police spoke to the co-owners and said, "Formally you are in violation of the Executive Order, and on that note Have a good day, everybody be safe?, and let them open.**NO NEW YORK DAILY NEWS, NO NEW YORK TIMES, NO NEWSDAY**. 18 May 2020 Pictured: Adam Dimora, 22, one of the head trainers Inside the Fitness club. The Atilis Fitness Club in Bellmawr, New Jersey on May 18th, 2020 defied the orders of NJ Governor Murphy and opened their gym and signed up new members. The Bellmawr police spoke to the co-owners and declared they were in violation of the law, but let them stay open. Photo by Richard Harbus for the New York Post ?NYPostinhouse?. Photo credit: Richard Harbus / MEGA TheMegaAgency.com +1 888 505 6342

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Protesters want The Atilis Fitness Club in Bellmar, New Jersey to reopen, and defying the orders of NJ Governor Murphy the owners have opened their gym and even signed up new members. The Bellmar police spoke to the co-owners and said, "Formally you are in violation of the Executive Order, and on that note Have a good day, everybody be safe?, and let them open.**NO NEW YORK DAILY NEWS, NO NEW YORK TIMES, NO NEWSDAY**. 18 May 2020 Pictured: A Bellmawr police officer serves the co-owners Ian Smith,L, and Frank Trumbetti a summons in the amount between $500 and $1000 dollars for keeping their fitness club open. The Atilis Fitness Club in Bellmawr, New Jersey on May 18th, 2020 defied the orders of NJ Governor Murphy and opened their gym and signed up new members. The Bellmawr police spoke to the co-owners and declared they were in violation of the law, but let them stay open. Photo by Richard Harbus for the New York Post ?NYPostinhouse?. Photo credit: Richard Harbus / MEGA TheMegaAgency.com +1 888 505 6342

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Protesters want The Atilis Fitness Club in Bellmar, New Jersey to reopen, and defying the orders of NJ Governor Murphy the owners have opened their gym and even signed up new members. The Bellmar police spoke to the co-owners and said, "Formally you are in violation of the Executive Order, and on that note Have a good day, everybody be safe?, and let them open.**NO NEW YORK DAILY NEWS, NO NEW YORK TIMES, NO NEWSDAY**. 18 May 2020 Pictured: Protesters in favor of the fitness club staying open. The Atilis Fitness Club in Bellmawr, New Jersey on May 18th, 2020 defied the orders of NJ Governor Murphy and opened their gym and signed up new members. The Bellmawr police spoke to the co-owners and said, Formally you are in violation of the Executive Order, and on that note Have a good day, everybody be safe?, and let them open. Photo by Richard Harbus for the New York Post ?NYPostinhouse?. Photo credit: Richard Harbus / MEGA TheMegaAgency.com +1 888 505 6342

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Protesters want The Atilis Fitness Club in Bellmar, New Jersey to reopen, and defying the orders of NJ Governor Murphy the owners have opened their gym and even signed up new members. The Bellmar police spoke to the co-owners and said, "Formally you are in violation of the Executive Order, and on that note Have a good day, everybody be safe?, and let them open.**NO NEW YORK DAILY NEWS, NO NEW YORK TIMES, NO NEWSDAY**. 18 May 2020 Pictured: Protesters in favor of the fitness club staying open. The Atilis Fitness Club in Bellmawr, New Jersey on May 18th, 2020 defied the orders of NJ Governor Murphy and opened their gym and signed up new members. The Bellmawr police spoke to the co-owners and said, Formally you are in violation of the Executive Order, and on that note Have a good day, everybody be safe?, and let them open. Photo by Richard Harbus for the New York Post ?NYPostinhouse?. Photo credit: Richard Harbus / MEGA TheMegaAgency.com +1 888 505 6342

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Protesters want The Atilis Fitness Club in Bellmar, New Jersey to reopen, and defying the orders of NJ Governor Murphy the owners have opened their gym and even signed up new members. The Bellmar police spoke to the co-owners and said, "Formally you are in violation of the Executive Order, and on that note Have a good day, everybody be safe?, and let them open.**NO NEW YORK DAILY NEWS, NO NEW YORK TIMES, NO NEWSDAY**. 18 May 2020 Pictured: The Atilis Fitness Club in Bellmawr, New Jersey on May 18th, 2020 defied the orders of NJ Governor Murphy and opened their gym and signed up new members. The Bellmawr police spoke to the co-owners and declared they were in violation of the law, but let them stay open. Photo by Richard Harbus for the New York Post ?NYPostinhouse?. Photo credit: Richard Harbus / MEGA TheMegaAgency.com +1 888 505 6342

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Protesters want The Atilis Fitness Club in Bellmar, New Jersey to reopen, and defying the orders of NJ Governor Murphy the owners have opened their gym and even signed up new members. The Bellmar police spoke to the co-owners and said, "Formally you are in violation of the Executive Order, and on that note Have a good day, everybody be safe?, and let them open.**NO NEW YORK DAILY NEWS, NO NEW YORK TIMES, NO NEWSDAY**. 18 May 2020 Pictured: Protesters in favor of the fitness club staying open. The Atilis Fitness Club in Bellmawr, New Jersey on May 18th, 2020 defied the orders of NJ Governor Murphy and opened their gym and signed up new members. The Bellmawr police spoke to the co-owners and said, Formally you are in violation of the Executive Order, and on that note Have a good day, everybody be safe?, and let them open. Photo by Richard Harbus for the New York Post ?NYPostinhouse?. Photo credit: Richard Harbus / MEGA TheMegaAgency.com +1 888 505 6342

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Protesters want The Atilis Fitness Club in Bellmar, New Jersey to reopen, and defying the orders of NJ Governor Murphy the owners have opened their gym and even signed up new members. The Bellmar police spoke to the co-owners and said, "Formally you are in violation of the Executive Order, and on that note Have a good day, everybody be safe?, and let them open.**NO NEW YORK DAILY NEWS, NO NEW YORK TIMES, NO NEWSDAY**. 18 May 2020 Pictured: Trump supporters. Protesters in favor of the fitness club staying open. The Atilis Fitness Club in Bellmawr, New Jersey on May 18th, 2020 defied the orders of NJ Governor Murphy and opened their gym and signed up new members. The Bellmawr police spoke to the co-owners and said, Formally you are in violation of the Executive Order, and on that note Have a good day, everybody be safe?, and let them open. Photo by Richard Harbus for the New York Post ?NYPostinhouse?. Photo credit: Richard Harbus / MEGA TheMegaAgency.com +1 888 505 6342

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Protesters want The Atilis Fitness Club in Bellmar, New Jersey to reopen, and defying the orders of NJ Governor Murphy the owners have opened their gym and even signed up new members. The Bellmar police spoke to the co-owners and said, "Formally you are in violation of the Executive Order, and on that note Have a good day, everybody be safe?, and let them open.**NO NEW YORK DAILY NEWS, NO NEW YORK TIMES, NO NEWSDAY**. 18 May 2020 Pictured: Trump supporters. Protesters in favor of the fitness club staying open. The Atilis Fitness Club in Bellmawr, New Jersey on May 18th, 2020 defied the orders of NJ Governor Murphy and opened their gym and signed up new members. The Bellmawr police spoke to the co-owners and said, Formally you are in violation of the Executive Order, and on that note Have a good day, everybody be safe?, and let them open. Photo by Richard Harbus for the New York Post ?NYPostinhouse?. Photo credit: Richard Harbus / MEGA TheMegaAgency.com +1 888 505 6342

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Protesters want The Atilis Fitness Club in Bellmar, New Jersey to reopen, and defying the orders of NJ Governor Murphy the owners have opened their gym and even signed up new members. The Bellmar police spoke to the co-owners and said, "Formally you are in violation of the Executive Order, and on that note Have a good day, everybody be safe?, and let them open.**NO NEW YORK DAILY NEWS, NO NEW YORK TIMES, NO NEWSDAY**. 18 May 2020 Pictured: Protesters in favor of the fitness club staying open. The Atilis Fitness Club in Bellmawr, New Jersey on May 18th, 2020 defied the orders of NJ Governor Murphy and opened their gym and signed up new members. The Bellmawr police spoke to the co-owners and said, Formally you are in violation of the Executive Order, and on that note Have a good day, everybody be safe?, and let them open. Photo by Richard Harbus for the New York Post ?NYPostinhouse?. Photo credit: Richard Harbus / MEGA TheMegaAgency.com +1 888 505 6342

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Protesters want The Atilis Fitness Club in Bellmar, New Jersey to reopen, and defying the orders of NJ Governor Murphy the owners have opened their gym and even signed up new members. The Bellmar police spoke to the co-owners and said, "Formally you are in violation of the Executive Order, and on that note Have a good day, everybody be safe?, and let them open.**NO NEW YORK DAILY NEWS, NO NEW YORK TIMES, NO NEWSDAY**. 18 May 2020 Pictured: Protesters in favor of the fitness club staying open. The Atilis Fitness Club in Bellmawr, New Jersey on May 18th, 2020 defied the orders of NJ Governor Murphy and opened their gym and signed up new members. The Bellmawr police spoke to the co-owners and said, Formally you are in violation of the Executive Order, and on that note Have a good day, everybody be safe?, and let them open. Photo by Richard Harbus for the New York Post ?NYPostinhouse?. Photo credit: Richard Harbus / MEGA TheMegaAgency.com +1 888 505 6342

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Protesters want The Atilis Fitness Club in Bellmar, New Jersey to reopen, and defying the orders of NJ Governor Murphy the owners have opened their gym and even signed up new members. The Bellmar police spoke to the co-owners and said, "Formally you are in violation of the Executive Order, and on that note Have a good day, everybody be safe?, and let them open.**NO NEW YORK DAILY NEWS, NO NEW YORK TIMES, NO NEWSDAY**. 18 May 2020 Pictured: Adam Dimora, 22, one of the head trainers Inside the Fitness club. The Atilis Fitness Club in Bellmawr, New Jersey on May 18th, 2020 defied the orders of NJ Governor Murphy and opened their gym and signed up new members. The Bellmawr police spoke to the co-owners and declared they were in violation of the law, but let them stay open. Photo by Richard Harbus for the New York Post ?NYPostinhouse?. Photo credit: Richard Harbus / MEGA TheMegaAgency.com +1 888 505 6342

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Protesters want The Atilis Fitness Club in Bellmar, New Jersey to reopen, and defying the orders of NJ Governor Murphy the owners have opened their gym and even signed up new members. The Bellmar police spoke to the co-owners and said, "Formally you are in violation of the Executive Order, and on that note Have a good day, everybody be safe?, and let them open.**NO NEW YORK DAILY NEWS, NO NEW YORK TIMES, NO NEWSDAY**. 18 May 2020 Pictured: Inside the Fitness club. The Atilis Fitness Club in Bellmawr, New Jersey on May 18th, 2020 defied the orders of NJ Governor Murphy and opened their gym and signed up new members. The Bellmawr police spoke to the co-owners and declared they were in violation of the law, but let them stay open. Photo by Richard Harbus for the New York Post ?NYPostinhouse?. Photo credit: Richard Harbus / MEGA TheMegaAgency.com +1 888 505 6342

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Protesters want The Atilis Fitness Club in Bellmar, New Jersey to reopen, and defying the orders of NJ Governor Murphy the owners have opened their gym and even signed up new members. The Bellmar police spoke to the co-owners and said, "Formally you are in violation of the Executive Order, and on that note Have a good day, everybody be safe?, and let them open.**NO NEW YORK DAILY NEWS, NO NEW YORK TIMES, NO NEWSDAY**. 18 May 2020 Pictured: A Bellmawr police officer serves the Atilis owners Ian Smith, with wife behind him, a summons in the amount between $500 and $1000 dollars for keeping their fitness club open. The Atilis Fitness Club in Bellmawr, New Jersey on May 18th, 2020 defied the orders of NJ Governor Murphy and opened their gym and signed up new members. The Bellmawr police spoke to the co-owners and declared they were in violation of the law, but let them stay open. Photo by Richard Harbus for the New York Post ?NYPostinhouse?. Photo credit: Richard Harbus / MEGA TheMegaAgency.com +1 888 505 6342

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Protesters want The Atilis Fitness Club in Bellmar, New Jersey to reopen, and defying the orders of NJ Governor Murphy the owners have opened their gym and even signed up new members. The Bellmar police spoke to the co-owners and said, "Formally you are in violation of the Executive Order, and on that note Have a good day, everybody be safe?, and let them open.**NO NEW YORK DAILY NEWS, NO NEW YORK TIMES, NO NEWSDAY**. 18 May 2020 Pictured: A Bellmawr police officer serves the Atilis owners Ian Smith, with wife behind him, a summons in the amount between $500 and $1000 dollars for keeping their fitness club open. The Atilis Fitness Club in Bellmawr, New Jersey on May 18th, 2020 defied the orders of NJ Governor Murphy and opened their gym and signed up new members. The Bellmawr police spoke to the co-owners and declared they were in violation of the law, but let them stay open. Photo by Richard Harbus for the New York Post ?NYPostinhouse?. Photo credit: Richard Harbus / MEGA TheMegaAgency.com +1 888 505 6342

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Protesters want The Atilis Fitness Club in Bellmar, New Jersey to reopen, and defying the orders of NJ Governor Murphy the owners have opened their gym and even signed up new members. The Bellmar police spoke to the co-owners and said, "Formally you are in violation of the Executive Order, and on that note Have a good day, everybody be safe?, and let them open.**NO NEW YORK DAILY NEWS, NO NEW YORK TIMES, NO NEWSDAY**. 18 May 2020 Pictured: A Bellmawr police officer serves the co-owners Ian Smith,L, and Frank Trumbetti a summons in the amount between $500 and $1000 dollars for keeping their fitness club open. The Atilis Fitness Club in Bellmawr, New Jersey on May 18th, 2020 defied the orders of NJ Governor Murphy and opened their gym and signed up new members. The Bellmawr police spoke to the co-owners and declared they were in violation of the law, but let them stay open. Photo by Richard Harbus for the New York Post ?NYPostinhouse?. Photo credit: Richard Harbus / MEGA TheMegaAgency.com +1 888 505 6342

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Protesters want The Atilis Fitness Club in Bellmar, New Jersey to reopen, and defying the orders of NJ Governor Murphy the owners have opened their gym and even signed up new members. The Bellmar police spoke to the co-owners and said, "Formally you are in violation of the Executive Order, and on that note Have a good day, everybody be safe?, and let them open.**NO NEW YORK DAILY NEWS, NO NEW YORK TIMES, NO NEWSDAY**. 18 May 2020 Pictured: The Atilis Fitness Club in Bellmawr, New Jersey on May 18th, 2020 defied the orders of NJ Governor Murphy and opened their gym and signed up new members. The Bellmawr police spoke to the co-owners and declared they were in violation of the law, but let them stay open. Photo by Richard Harbus for the New York Post ?NYPostinhouse?. Photo credit: Richard Harbus / MEGA TheMegaAgency.com +1 888 505 6342

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Protesters want The Atilis Fitness Club in Bellmar, New Jersey to reopen, and defying the orders of NJ Governor Murphy the owners have opened their gym and even signed up new members. The Bellmar police spoke to the co-owners and said, "Formally you are in violation of the Executive Order, and on that note Have a good day, everybody be safe?, and let them open.**NO NEW YORK DAILY NEWS, NO NEW YORK TIMES, NO NEWSDAY**. 18 May 2020 Pictured: A Bellmawr police officer serves the co-owners Ian Smith,L, and Frank Trumbetti a summons in the amount between $500 and $1000 dollars for keeping their fitness club open. The Atilis Fitness Club in Bellmawr, New Jersey on May 18th, 2020 defied the orders of NJ Governor Murphy and opened their gym and signed up new members. The Bellmawr police spoke to the co-owners and declared they were in violation of the law, but let them stay open. Photo by Richard Harbus for the New York Post ?NYPostinhouse?. Photo credit: Richard Harbus / MEGA TheMegaAgency.com +1 888 505 6342

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Protesters want The Atilis Fitness Club in Bellmar, New Jersey to reopen, and defying the orders of NJ Governor Murphy the owners have opened their gym and even signed up new members. The Bellmar police spoke to the co-owners and said, "Formally you are in violation of the Executive Order, and on that note Have a good day, everybody be safe?, and let them open.**NO NEW YORK DAILY NEWS, NO NEW YORK TIMES, NO NEWSDAY**. 18 May 2020 Pictured: A Bellmawr police officer serves the co-owners Ian Smith,L, and Frank Trumbetti a summons in the amount between $500 and $1000 dollars for keeping their fitness club open. The Atilis Fitness Club in Bellmawr, New Jersey on May 18th, 2020 defied the orders of NJ Governor Murphy and opened their gym and signed up new members. The Bellmawr police spoke to the co-owners and declared they were in violation of the law, but let them stay open. Photo by Richard Harbus for the New York Post ?NYPostinhouse?. Photo credit: Richard Harbus / MEGA TheMegaAgency.com +1 888 505 6342

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Protesters want The Atilis Fitness Club in Bellmar, New Jersey to reopen, and defying the orders of NJ Governor Murphy the owners have opened their gym and even signed up new members. The Bellmar police spoke to the co-owners and said, "Formally you are in violation of the Executive Order, and on that note Have a good day, everybody be safe?, and let them open.**NO NEW YORK DAILY NEWS, NO NEW YORK TIMES, NO NEWSDAY**. 18 May 2020 Pictured: A Bellmawr police officer serves the co-owners Ian Smith,L, and Frank Trumbetti a summons in the amount between $500 and $1000 dollars for keeping their fitness club open. The Atilis Fitness Club in Bellmawr, New Jersey on May 18th, 2020 defied the orders of NJ Governor Murphy and opened their gym and signed up new members. The Bellmawr police spoke to the co-owners and declared they were in violation of the law, but let them stay open. Photo by Richard Harbus for the New York Post ?NYPostinhouse?. Photo credit: Richard Harbus / MEGA TheMegaAgency.com +1 888 505 6342

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Protesters want The Atilis Fitness Club in Bellmar, New Jersey to reopen, and defying the orders of NJ Governor Murphy the owners have opened their gym and even signed up new members. The Bellmar police spoke to the co-owners and said, "Formally you are in violation of the Executive Order, and on that note Have a good day, everybody be safe?, and let them open.**NO NEW YORK DAILY NEWS, NO NEW YORK TIMES, NO NEWSDAY**. 18 May 2020 Pictured: A Bellmawr police officer serves the co-owners Ian Smith,L, and Frank Trumbetti a summons in the amount between $500 and $1000 dollars for keeping their fitness club open. The Atilis Fitness Club in Bellmawr, New Jersey on May 18th, 2020 defied the orders of NJ Governor Murphy and opened their gym and signed up new members. The Bellmawr police spoke to the co-owners and declared they were in violation of the law, but let them stay open. Photo by Richard Harbus for the New York Post ?NYPostinhouse?. Photo credit: Richard Harbus / MEGA TheMegaAgency.com +1 888 505 6342

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Protesters want The Atilis Fitness Club in Bellmar, New Jersey to reopen, and defying the orders of NJ Governor Murphy the owners have opened their gym and even signed up new members. The Bellmar police spoke to the co-owners and said, "Formally you are in violation of the Executive Order, and on that note Have a good day, everybody be safe?, and let them open.**NO NEW YORK DAILY NEWS, NO NEW YORK TIMES, NO NEWSDAY**. 18 May 2020 Pictured: Protesters in favor of the fitness club staying open. The Atilis Fitness Club in Bellmawr, New Jersey on May 18th, 2020 defied the orders of NJ Governor Murphy and opened their gym and signed up new members. The Bellmawr police spoke to the co-owners and said, Formally you are in violation of the Executive Order, and on that note Have a good day, everybody be safe?, and let them open. Photo by Richard Harbus for the New York Post ?NYPostinhouse?. Photo credit: Richard Harbus / MEGA TheMegaAgency.com +1 888 505 6342

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Protesters want The Atilis Fitness Club in Bellmar, New Jersey to reopen, and defying the orders of NJ Governor Murphy the owners have opened their gym and even signed up new members. The Bellmar police spoke to the co-owners and said, "Formally you are in violation of the Executive Order, and on that note Have a good day, everybody be safe?, and let them open.**NO NEW YORK DAILY NEWS, NO NEW YORK TIMES, NO NEWSDAY**. 18 May 2020 Pictured: A woman shows up at The Atilis Fitness Club in Bellmawr, New Jersey on May 18th, 2020 with a Trump shirt. The owners defied the orders of NJ Governor Murphy and opened their gym and signed up new members. The Bellmawr police spoke to the co-owners and declared they were in violation of the law, but let them stay open. Photo by Richard Harbus for the New York Post ?NYPostinhouse?. Photo credit: Richard Harbus / MEGA TheMegaAgency.com +1 888 505 6342

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Protesters want The Atilis Fitness Club in Bellmar, New Jersey to reopen, and defying the orders of NJ Governor Murphy the owners have opened their gym and even signed up new members. The Bellmar police spoke to the co-owners and said, "Formally you are in violation of the Executive Order, and on that note Have a good day, everybody be safe?, and let them open.**NO NEW YORK DAILY NEWS, NO NEW YORK TIMES, NO NEWSDAY**. 18 May 2020 Pictured: A Bellmawr police officer serves the Atilis owners Ian Smith, with wife behind him, a summons in the amount between $500 and $1000 dollars for keeping their fitness club open. The Atilis Fitness Club in Bellmawr, New Jersey on May 18th, 2020 defied the orders of NJ Governor Murphy and opened their gym and signed up new members. The Bellmawr police spoke to the co-owners and declared they were in violation of the law, but let them stay open. Photo by Richard Harbus for the New York Post ?NYPostinhouse?. Photo credit: Richard Harbus / MEGA TheMegaAgency.com +1 888 505 6342

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Protesters want The Atilis Fitness Club in Bellmar, New Jersey to reopen, and defying the orders of NJ Governor Murphy the owners have opened their gym and even signed up new members. The Bellmar police spoke to the co-owners and said, "Formally you are in violation of the Executive Order, and on that note Have a good day, everybody be safe?, and let them open.**NO NEW YORK DAILY NEWS, NO NEW YORK TIMES, NO NEWSDAY**. 18 May 2020 Pictured: A Bellmawr police officer serves the Atilis owners Ian Smith, with wife behind him, a summons in the amount between $500 and $1000 dollars for keeping their fitness club open. The Atilis Fitness Club in Bellmawr, New Jersey on May 18th, 2020 defied the orders of NJ Governor Murphy and opened their gym and signed up new members. The Bellmawr police spoke to the co-owners and declared they were in violation of the law, but let them stay open. Photo by Richard Harbus for the New York Post ?NYPostinhouse?. Photo credit: Richard Harbus / MEGA TheMegaAgency.com +1 888 505 6342

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Protesters want The Atilis Fitness Club in Bellmar, New Jersey to reopen, and defying the orders of NJ Governor Murphy the owners have opened their gym and even signed up new members. The Bellmar police spoke to the co-owners and said, "Formally you are in violation of the Executive Order, and on that note Have a good day, everybody be safe?, and let them open.**NO NEW YORK DAILY NEWS, NO NEW YORK TIMES, NO NEWSDAY**. 18 May 2020 Pictured: A Bellmawr police officer serves the Atilis owners Ian Smith, with wife behind him, a summons in the amount between $500 and $1000 dollars for keeping their fitness club open. The Atilis Fitness Club in Bellmawr, New Jersey on May 18th, 2020 defied the orders of NJ Governor Murphy and opened their gym and signed up new members. The Bellmawr police spoke to the co-owners and declared they were in violation of the law, but let them stay open. Photo by Richard Harbus for the New York Post ?NYPostinhouse?. Photo credit: Richard Harbus / MEGA TheMegaAgency.com +1 888 505 6342

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Protesters want The Atilis Fitness Club in Bellmar, New Jersey to reopen, and defying the orders of NJ Governor Murphy the owners have opened their gym and even signed up new members. The Bellmar police spoke to the co-owners and said, "Formally you are in violation of the Executive Order, and on that note Have a good day, everybody be safe?, and let them open.**NO NEW YORK DAILY NEWS, NO NEW YORK TIMES, NO NEWSDAY**. 18 May 2020 Pictured: A Bellmawr police officer serves the Atilis owners Ian Smith, with wife behind him, a summons in the amount between $500 and $1000 dollars for keeping their fitness club open. The Atilis Fitness Club in Bellmawr, New Jersey on May 18th, 2020 defied the orders of NJ Governor Murphy and opened their gym and signed up new members. The Bellmawr police spoke to the co-owners and declared they were in violation of the law, but let them stay open. Photo by Richard Harbus for the New York Post ?NYPostinhouse?. Photo credit: Richard Harbus / MEGA TheMegaAgency.com +1 888 505 6342