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Franchise: Baby Boot Camp

Initial Investment
LOW:$5,050
HIGH: $12,679
Change in Units
-11.7% -14 UNITS (1 Year)
-23.7% -33 UNITS (3 Years)

Ongoing Support
Newsletter
Grand Opening
Field Operations
Marketing Support
National Media

Training Onsite: 3 days (optional)

Training at headquarters: 3 days (optional)

Number of employees required to run: 1

About Baby Boot Camp

After the birth of her first child in 2001, Kristen Horler called on her experience as a fitness instructor and personal trainer to start Baby Boot Camp. Franchising of the concept began in 2005.

Founded

2001

Franchising Since

2005 (12 Years)

Corporate Address

8830 S. Tamiami Trail, #100 Sarasota, FL 34238

CEO

Kristen Horler

Parent Company

Inspiring Wellness LLC

Units (Locations)

Where Seeking Franchisees:
Franchisor is seeking new franchise units throughout the U.S.

Financial Requirements

Initial Investment

$5,050 - $12,679

Ongoing Fees

Initial Franchise Fee

$4,000 - $4,000

Ongoing Royalty Fee

$240/mo.

Financing Options

Veteran Incentives


15% off franchise fee

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Updated: August 9th, 2017

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