Want to make money and have fun making keepsakes? Here's a franchising opportunity for crafty individuals.
Franchise Profile — 3D Memories
3D Memories franchise owners are trained in the art of creating timeless treasures from life's priceless moments and events. Each 3D Memories keepsake is a unique, personalized, life-like replica of the customer or subject. Every detail of the subject is captured, from the tiny, delicate fingernails of a newborn infant to wedding ring on the elegant hand of a newly-married bride.
3D Memories products are handmade, using proprietary materials and processes that ensure their quality, beauty and ability to last for generations.
Startup cash required is $6,300.
Five days of intensive training at their facility covers all details of the proprietary process, including all methods, techniques and tips to create keepsakes of beauty and quality. Marketing and all business processes are also covered. No extraordinary artistic talent required! Franchisees must simply be enthusiastic, motivated and willing to have fun while making money.
3D Memories was established in 2001.
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