Best places to work finalist is redefining wellness for employers nationwide

TAMPA, Fla. (May 9, 2017) - Peerfit, an innovative digital platform that makes it easy for insurance carriers, brokers and employers to offer boutique fitness classes to their clients and employees, was named a 2017 Tampa Bay Business Journal Best Places to Work Finalist. Peerfit was a finalist for the “Nearly Big Company” category which included companies in the Tampa Bay area with 10-24 employees.

The Tampa Bay Business Journal, in partnership with Quantum Workplace, surveys team members of local Tampa businesses and compiles overall composite scores on team effectiveness, trust in senior leaders, feelings of value, effectiveness of managers, compensation and benefits, to determine the “Best Places to Work” each year.

“Peerfit is proud to have been named a finalist for the 2017 Best Places to Work,” said Scott Peeples, President of Peerfit. “We have such a great team, and we’re excited to share our unique culture with the Tampa Bay Business Journal and this community.”

Peerfit has been headquartered in Tampa since 2014 after joining the Healthbox Accelerator. And, although the company is completely remote, much of the Peerfit team lives and works in the Tampa area.

“Being a completely remote team, we have put in place the best digital communications systems out there to make sure our teams are fully supported and fully connected,” said Peeples. “While in a traditional office you may overhear something at the water cooler, we don’t have that luxury, so we have to be intentional about creating that space for collaboration. And to top that off, our entire team has come from internal referrals which helps give us the strong, cultural foundation we need to be successful.”

To learn more about how your company can use Peerfit to redefine your worksite wellness, visit

About Peerfit
Peerfit is the market leader in connecting employers and carriers with innovative fitness experiences. Through their digital platform, insurance carriers, brokers and employers can redefine their benefits programs by giving employees access to a network of fitness studios and gyms – offering a variety of classes that cater to all levels of fitness – using workplace wellness dollars. For more information, visit

Jordan Barrish

Missy MacFarlane, APR
B2 Communications
(813) 230-7736

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