Go For It! But here are a few touch points. Home base business: enjoy freedom, flexibility and work/life balance, very low overhead, low financial entry point. Easy to operate, Rapid,break-even, high ROI compared to some franchises. Your business can thrive in any economy by providing affordable classes to parents who budget education first. Can be operated as a part or full time business.
To buy a franchise with Fit Kids America, you'll need to have at least $20,000 in liquid capital. Franchisees can expect to make a total investment of $7,000 - $24,000. They also offer financing. *
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Since we opened our first class in 2005 in Carlsbad, CA we have continued to grow exponentially, now offering over 200 classes per week in the Southern California area.
Fit Kids America strives to fight childhood obesity by inspiring kids at a young age to find the love of fitness. By incorporating movement at a young age, chances are kids will stay active into adulthood. Fit Kids America offers after-school programs that are convenient for busy families and fun for kids to participate in with all of their schoolmates.
Our experience owning a franchise of my own for more than 30 years coupled with our staff's extensive background in sales and marketing have made the perfect combination for providing our franchisees with everything they need to be successful. We know the only way to provide consistent, quality children's programs at convenient locations for kids and their parents is to provide superior support and guidance to our franchisees.
Upon obtaining your FKA franchise, you will take part in an extensive two day workshop. The workshop will review all aspects of obtaining classes, training your coaches and setting up your business. A corporate representative will also visit you at your location to help with all aspects of building your business.
We offer annual meetings that will enable you to network with other franchisees and take part in seminars to build your business and also to review roll out of new and upcoming programs. Monthly newsletters containing upcoming events, top franchisees, and reminders on preparation for upcoming sessions are just one method of the ongoing communication between the office and the franchisee.
We have a corporate staff on hand for you to speak to at any time regarding marketing, website help, training your coaches.
Below are just some of the features you obtain with your franchise:
“My intentions of becoming a Physical Education teacher were crushed as budget cuts hit the state. Fit Kids America was the perfect opportunity for me and my family. In two short years we have grown to 14 schools and 15 coaches with over 200 kids per session that participate in the program!”
- Keith Doughtie, Northern California Franchisee
"I have been a part of Fit Kids America since 2010. I started as a coach and enjoyed working for the company so much that I became a franchisee owner in 2012. Since that time I have seen my own class sizes grow from an average of 25 students to an average of 50 students. I love coaching and mentoring and feel like I haven't "worked" a day since joining Fit Kids America!"
– George Sutton, Southern California Franchisee
Are you an inspiring business owner with management aptitude and the ability to motivate others? Do you posses sales, marketing, organizational skills, and pay attention to detail? Are you highly disciplined with the desire to succeed? Do you believe exercise should be fun for kids, and are excited about joining the fitness revolution in America? If you're game for promoting the physical and emotional health of an entire new generation,contact us today to learn more about owning a Fit Kids America franchise.
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Interested parties should have at least $20,000 in liquid capital to invest.