Kids First Franchise
Dive into the Kids First Swim School Franchise!
Franchise Profile — Kids First Franchise
Kids First Swim School Franchise currently operates nine schools around the country catering to over 45,000 students annually.
The franchise got its start back in 2001 by Gary Roth, who believed children learn the best in an environment that accommodates them. The school's curriculum has given superior competition to traditional swim schools as its pools are constructed with several training benches that kids love.
Children need to learn to swim early to master it by the time they are adults. As Mr. Roth said, the world is 2/3 water, as long as we keep having kids, there'll be a need for quality swim schools. Kids First Swim School also offers lessons to adults who wish to learn or improve their swimming.
The Kid's First Swim School Franchise will provide franchisees with the framework they need to get their business started. The franchisor will select a location with first refusal, if you don't like it, you can choose to relocate within 10 miles of the location. The franchisor will also provide a two week training seminar and continued support from the senior staff. The franchisor will also give you access to the insurance you will need to keep your business covered.
An initial franchise fee of $35,000 is required. The total cost to open the business will be $500,000 and the franchisor should have $200,000 with them when they wish to start.
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