Elliott Reid had a huge row with his father one night. It resulted in him being thrown out on the street. That was six years ago when he was aged 19 and had nothing but a suitcase. From left,Leyla Ramada, Lisa Bacon, Charmaine Mensah and Elliott Reid Even that didn’t have any wheels. Waiting for a friend to pick him up, he swore something good would come out of the experience. With a sports massage qualification and an old massage table, he set up business as a home masseur. “I am representative of so many young men and women in Gravesham. I came from extremely humble beginnings and with zero investment, and built a company that has gone from strength-to-strength every year.” — Elliott Reid This meant dragging his table everywhere, just like that suitcase. And that was the beginning of Revitalize Health and Fitness Clinic. His business now offers osteopathic care for injuries and pain, personal training and sports massage therapy. It also supports the public by providing free health and fitness advice. The company took off and soon outgrew its base and Elliott eyed up premises at The Trocadero at 168 Windmill Street, Gravesend. This enabled him to… Read full this story
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