Presentation on theme: "Semi-Absentee Franchise Opportunity. PRO Martial Arts Business Model Attributes PRO Martial Arts Business Model Attributes Tell your clients the business."— Presentation transcript:
PRO Martial Arts Business Model Attributes PRO Martial Arts Business Model Attributes Tell your clients the business model attributes of: Tell your clients the business model attributes of: Very Proven Industry Not a fad – Established Industry Semi-absentee - keep a job and/or open multiple units/ manage a manager model (McDonald’s type business model) Children oriented business (helps children) Membership model – bank draft customers checking account on the 1st of every month (Franchisee collects money upfront) Competition is unorganized, weak and unfocused Unique in the industry: Business has something major that makes it much different/better than all competitors Turnkey development for Franchisee – Corporate helps find sites, negotiates leases, helps hire employees, trains employees, etc. Low labor model - only has 1 full time employee and 3 independent contractors that are easy to find and hire Costs approximately $150,000 including working capital Net income well over $100,000 for semi-absentee owner per unit (Item 19 FDD) Strong validation (happy franchisees)
Business Advantages of PRO Martial Arts Business Advantages of PRO Martial Arts Semi-absentee business model – Only requires 5-15 hours per week. Turn-key development solutions – Real estate, facility design, construction, operating systems enable franchisee to execute the business efficiently. Very low labor model – Only 4 employees Very desirable lifestyle / Great hours of operation Low cost of entry High recurring income – membership model Armor Program (Anti-bullying / Anti-predator) Strong validation / Excellent Training & Support PMA Franchisee Traits No martial arts experience is necessary. General business and/or management experience is a plus. Goal-oriented & a desire to succeed and grow an organization.
Franchisee Development Strategy Single unit developmentSingle unit development Multiple unit developmentMultiple unit development Available throughout the U.S.A. & CanadaAvailable throughout the U.S.A. & Canada Keep your job while developing your PRO Martial Arts DojosKeep your job while developing your PRO Martial Arts Dojos Financial Requirements and Revenues All in averagecost per unit is approximately $150,000. All in average start up cost per unit is approximately $150,000. (includes working capital) (includes working capital) Strong income potential - average developed Dojo has income Strong income potential - average developed Dojo has income over $100,000 (see PRO Martial Arts FDD) over $100,000 (see PRO Martial Arts FDD) Franchisee Financial requirements - $250,000 net worth and Franchisee Financial requirements - $250,000 net worth and $150,000 liquid $150,000 liquid
PRO Martial Arts Referral Fees Single - $24,000 2-pack - $32,000 3-pack - $40,000 5-pack - $56,000 10-pack - $96,000
Developing Character for a Lifetime Doug Schadle PRO Martial Arts Franchise Development 919-303-3121 office PMADoug@r7fdc.com Careyann Golliver PRO Martial Arts Franchise Development 720-542-3548 office PMACareyann@r7fdc.com Joe Merrall PRO Martial Arts Franchise Development 770-377-5414 office PMAJoe@r7fdc.com Chris Cohen PRO Martial Arts Franchise Development 919-303-4415 PMAChris@r7fdc.com Neal Weiss PRO Martial Arts Franchise Development 949-540-9800 PMANeal@r7fdc.com
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