Freedom Boat Club
Everyone wishes they had a friend with a boat. That way they can avoid the hassle and expense of ownership but still enjoy a beautiful day out on the water. With Freedom Boat Club, you can be the friend everyone wishes they had and watch your profits soar.
Franchise Profile — Freedom Boat Club
Freedom Boat Club operates similarly to a golf club - But instead of reserving a tee time, the customers reserve a boat for a day on the water. Members call in and select a boat and the day that they'd like to go boating, and Freedom Boat Club does all the rest. When they arrive at Freedom Boat Club, the boat is always ready to go
Freedom Boat Club (FBC) is a members-only Boat Club with 55 locations spanning from the Southern tip of Florida up to Grand Haven, Michigan. They've been in business since 1989 and they currently cater to more than 3,500 members. They have time-tested and proven systems of marketing, sales, operations and member services, and have a proven membership-only boat club model that can sustain profitable growth. Starting a Freedom Boat Club franchise requires two things. The first is a reasonably large body of water (fresh or salt), with a correspondingly large population of boating enthusiasts. The second, a marina with sufficient boat slips (3-4 to start), and the availability of more as membership growth might require. Sail into a new future with a Freedom Boat Club franchise.
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