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Franchise Profile — HomeGamers
HomeGamers provides customers with the latest technology and design for customized home game and entertainment rooms.
13.7 Billion dollars were spent in 2007 in the sports retail industry. $115 billion were spent in that same year solely on wholesale sporting goods.
Getting a piece of this massive revenue pie is easier than ever when you franchise. Most family owned/operated businesses fail within the first three years of business. Franchises however start right off the bat with brand recognition and successful marketing plans. HomeGamers can cater to your sports loving lifestyle and give you the means to share it with your customers. This is one business that isn't hit or miss.
Now you're probably wondering what the catch is. Franchisees will have to raise anywhere from $250 to $450 thousand to get started. These fees cover the building of the store, the location, and training. The initial fee is $28.5 thousand. Annual royalties are 6% of your revenue, but some franchisees may qualify to pay a 5% royalty. You will receive in home and classroom training before you start your business, that way you will know how to run it successfully from the get go. Franchisees have a ten-year contract with two optional 5-year terms. The franchisor will provide you with the top-notch certified sporting goods suppliers. Owning your business and being on your own are two different things with HomeGamers.
HomeGamers' are offering a grand slam of a franchise!
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