Help parents protect their children with this unique home-based franchise. Serve your community and build a solid business at the same time.
Franchise Profile — Guard-A-Kid
Guard-A-Kid is the country's leading child identification franchise. This new system provides a complete identification and safety package for children.
Guard-A-Kid provides Child Identification and Safety Package to parents through schools, day cares and other locations. Guard-A-Kid� Franchising Corp. is in the process of establishing a nationwide network of franchisees (Child Safety Specialists) to provide this service throughout the United States.
Franchisees promote this program from their home-based office to schools and daycares in their exclusive territory. Parents typically pay around $20 for this service.
The cost of owning a Guard-A-Kid franchise is $19,900 and this includes all the hardware, software and other equipment you need to start your home-based business. Your initial package even includes enough kits to process the first 500 kids.
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