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Eginhard Kieß
Auf dem Kamm 18
51427 Bergisch Gladbach / Refrath
Tel.: +49 (0)2204 20 67 35
Fax: +49 (0)2204 20 67 40
Tax numberr: DE187940015


We would like to thank both the KLEPPER BUSINESS GROUP and Virtual Köln for their intense support and professional cooperation. Responsible for consulting and development of corporate identity: KLEPPER BUSINESS GROUP
Responsible for the technical realization of the website: Virtual Köln - Florian Hetmann
Authorised representative for youth protection: Eginhard Kiess

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References and links to external pages
With the ruling from May 12th 1998, Hamburg District Court ruled that anyone who publishes a link could also be held jointly liable for the content of the linked pages. According to the District Court, this can only be avoided with the express written disassociation from such content. PREMIUM PERSONAL TRAINER CLUB would like to make clear that they have no influence whatsoever over the design and/or content of any of the websites that they link to. This declaration applies to all links found on our website. The operators of these linked pages are solely responsible for their content. For reasons of clarity, no explicit differentiation is made between male and female terms in the text. Both forms are always intended.