Romp n' Roll

Gym. Art. Music.

What Does a Romp n' Roll Franchise Cost?

Cash Required:$100,000
Net Worth Required:$300,000
Total Investment:$240,100 - $347,500

Romp n' Roll Details

Total Units:70
Year Founded:2004
Home Office: Richmond, VA
"Company to Watch", Richmond Venture Forum; "Top Workplaces", Richmond Times-Dispatch; Best Birthday Party, "Style Weekly Magazine"; Best Mommy and Me Classes, "Richmond Magazine".
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What Makes Us Unique?

Unique children’s business offers entrepreneurs rewarding career with growing franchise

Parents of toddlers today seek out enriching activities for themselves and their kids, and very few offerings fit the bill. Romp n’ Roll, however, answers the demand with an exceptional alternative to the standard gym-, music- or art-only based programs.

Romp n’ Roll offers kids ages 3 months to 5 years and their parents a variety of classes — including music, art, gym, science, dance and more — all under one roof. We also have birthday parties, Kids’ Night Out and Parents’ Morning Out. Everything we offer is carefully designed around childhood development research. Make no mistake, our classes and parties are fun; but they are also developmentally appropriate with the goal of building kids’ skills and abilities and preparing them to enter school. By combining physical activity with music, art or science, we help develop more well-rounded kids, often at a lower price point for families.

Benefits of Owning a Romp n’ Roll Franchise

Have fun and make a lasting difference with kids and their families!

  • Proven, Successful Business Model
  • Great Demand in Most Communities
  • Little to No Competition in Most Markets
  • Enormous Opportunity for Growth
  • Recurring and Predictable Revenue for Franchise Owners
  • Rewarding Career That Changes Lives

Training & Support

Our team approach to support offers franchisees top-notch training

Romp n’ Roll has a team of professionals at our Franchise Support Center in Richmond, Virginia, where we are dedicated to helping our franchisees succeed.

With more than ten years of expertise, we walk through each step of a new franchise launch with potential franchisees. From the very first day of exploring the Romp n’ Roll franchise opportunity to Grand Opening and beyond, our Franchise Support Center team offers critical support with training, marketing, human resources, center operations, business development, communications and more.

Ideal Candidate

Great Romp n’ Roll franchise owners have both a head and a heart for this business

Romp n Roll franchise owners “Our ideal franchisee is someone who has both head and heart,” CEO and co-founder Michael Barnett says. “In other words, we don’t just want investors who don’t really have a passion for young kids and early education entertainment, and we also don’t really want folks that just have early childhood experience but no entrepreneurial or business background. Our ideal candidate is one who understands the need to have a business focused person working with a person with an education background.”

There are a few other characteristics that define a successful Romp n’ Roll franchisee:

  • Passion
  • People Skills
  • Entrepreneurial Spirit
  • Networker
  • Multi-tasker

Become Part of Something Special

Now is an ideal time to open a Romp n’ Roll franchise

In most communities, there’s pent-up demand from young families for the services we offer and there’s no direct competitor. If you’d like to learn more about our franchise opportunity, fill out the form on the right and we’ll contact you soon.

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Please call Romp n' Roll Franchise Sales Team directly at (888) 918-7212.

Please Note:

Romp n' Roll is currently accepting inquiries from the following states: Alabama, Alaska, Arizona, Arkansas, Colorado, Connecticut, Delaware, Florida, Georgia, Idaho, Iowa, Kansas, Kentucky, Louisiana, Maine, Maryland, Massachusetts, Mississippi, Missouri, Montana, Nebraska, Nevada, New Hampshire, New Jersey, New Mexico, New York, North Carolina, Ohio, Oklahoma, Pennsylvania, South Carolina, Tennessee, Texas, Vermont, Virginia, Washington, D.C., West Virginia, Wyoming.

Interested parties should have at least $100,000 in liquid capital to invest.

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