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TOPEKA, Kan. (WIBW) - The Kansas Department of Revenue has shut down locations of a popular fitness chain in Newton and Manhattan.
State officials say Anytime Fitness, owned by Gunderson LLC, owed more than $19,000 in unpaid sales and individual income taxes.
Officers seized all known bank accounts, on-site cash, and business and personal assets belonging to owner Joshua Gunderson.
The revenue department says the assets will be sold at a public auction to help pay the back taxes.
The action does not affect anytime fitness locations in Topeka.
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