Homegrown Business: Coach Daron and Scarberian Boxing Club

For our latest featured local business profile we spoke with Coach Daron over at Scarberian Boxing Club located at Midland Ave. and the 401. If you are looking for a boxing club in the area that works with both kids and adults, be sure to give them a shout to see if it is a good fit.

Coach Daron and Scarberian Boxing Club

What is your business called and what does it do?

Scarberian Boxing Club. We provide boxing and fitness lessons for youth and adults of all levels and ages

What made you want to do this work?

I was a street kid back in the days and now married with children and running the most successful boxing club in the city. I wanted to give back to my Scarborough community

What problem does this solve?

We help youth build confidence and discipline. We help adults lose weight, get fit and de-stress

Who are your clientele/demographics?

Majority males 15-25

How does your business make money? How does it work?

We provide a monthly paid membership

Where in Toronto can we find your profession?

We are in Scarborough 2250 midland ave unit 29

Coach Daron – Photo by Simon Kaviani.

What is the best question a prospective customer could ask a member of your profession when comparing services?

Q: How is your boxing club different?

A: We offer more value such as meal plans, recipe guides, referral cash backs, free give-a-ways and more.

What is the best part about what you do? What is the worst part?

The best part is that I get to work with like minded people in a positive atmosphere towards health and fitness. The worst part is driving through traffic to get there

What is your favourite joke about your own profession?

Boxers shouldn’t have sex while in training for a boxing match

PAY IT FORWARD: What is another Toronto business that you love?

Simply Swagg Dance studio



To find out more about the Scarberian Boxing Club, or to get in touch, please visit their website.

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