Sky Zone
#195 Franchise 500| Trampoline playing courts
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About
Founded

2004

Franchising Since

2009 (10 Years)

Corporate Address

1201 W. Fifth St., #T-900
Los Angeles, CA 90017

CEO

Jeff Platt

Financial Requirements
Initial Investment

$1,343,813 - $2,794,230

Net-worth Requirement

$1,800,000

Liquid Cash Requirement

$500,000

Ongoing Fees
Initial Franchise Fee

$60,000 - $60,000

Ongoing Royalty Fee

6%

Ad Royalty Fee

2%

Support Options
Ongoing Support

Purchasing Co-ops

Newsletter

Meetings/Conventions

Grand Opening

Online Support

Security/Safety Procedures

Field Operations

Site Selection

Franchisee Intranet Platform

Marketing Support

Co-op Advertising

Ad Templates

National Media

Regional Advertising

Social media

SEO

Website development

Email marketing

On-The-Job Training:

25-35 hours

Classroom Training:

70-80 hours

Absentee Ownership Allowed
Number of Employees Required to Run:

40 - 80

Sky Zone is ranked #195 in the Franchise 500!
Bio
In 2004, SkyMania Fun Center opened in Las Vegas. The name was later changed to Sky Zone Indoor Trampoline Park and the company began franchising in 2009. Each location offers a trampoline-lined playing court where customers can come for walk-in "open jump" times as well as parties, dodgeball tournaments, fitness classes and other events.
Cost
Initial Investment: Low - $1,343,813 High - $2,794,230
Units
+11.6%+21 UNITS (1 Year) +87.0%+94 UNITS (3 Years)

Units (Locations)

Where Seeking Franchisees:

Franchisor is seeking new franchise units worldwide.
Franchise Financing
Using 401(K)/IRA Funds
  • Tax Penalty-Free
  • Debt Free
  • Expert Guidance
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Disclaimer

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Updated: September 25th, 2018