Posted on Jan 21st 2020
So, you’re considering making the leap into the wonderful world of kids learning and entertainment.
Congratulations. There’s an excitement, no doubt, but this is truly where the vision for your franchise becomes bigger and somewhat more important.
Having a vision for your franchise starts without you even knowing it. You’ve imagined this for a while, spoken to key people about opportunities, and crunched the numbers.
Now, the time has come to put your plans into action.
Creating a vision can take some time but it’s all worth it in the end.
Hold on tight, this won’t hurt a bit.
By definition, a vision is the ability to think about, or plan the future with imagination or wisdom.
For your kids’ franchise, your vision will encompass a number of things.
Commitment to the path of twists and turns, and to embrace the certainty of the unexpected is just the beginning.
Writing down ideas is a great starting point, but where to from there?
It’s the visualization where these things come into their own.
Franchisees need to put written words into action, and then make them come to life by sharing with your community, your team, and any suppliers or partnerships along the way.
Only then will your vision can then become a reality, and genuinely tangible.
Having a vision for your kid’s indoor playground franchise helps you through the beginning, middle, and end goals. All businesses have ebbs and flows associated with the day to day activities, and your vision can help you get back to the foundation you laid from the beginning should you need to.
A clear vision reminds us of what we are really doing here.
A franchise such as Romp n’ Roll gives children the opportunity to enhance many aspects of their lives. It gives the gift of socializing between attendees, and physical activity to develop motor skills, while building confidence. Art and music are not forgotten with classes designed specifically to give children access to learning based play.
“Classes are structured with both the kids and their grownups meeting our mascot Rompy, and then again at the end of the class to say goodbye,” says Babz Barnett, Co-Founder and President of Romp n’ Roll. “From there our instructor will guide attendees through a variety of activities, depending on the particular class,” Babz adds.
Always learning. Always entertained.
Remember, it’s not just about the kids. Parents learn too.
A good vision will reflect all of this.
A win-win for all.
Children's franchise opportunities offer fulfilment like no other industry. There is tremendous satisfaction in seeing children grow and learn. This alone is great motivation, but what are the things you need to ask yourself from the beginning?
Start with these.
Having goals, no matter how small in the beginning helps with energy, and enhances passion.
Goals serve as a reminder why we began, and keeps the momentum of enthusiasm alive and well.
Do you know yours?
Romp n’ Roll is committed to preparing children for success. Raising children to be kind, be smart and to house them in a safe environment helps parents navigate their child’s formidable early years.
A dedication to the targeting and reaching of milestones through physical activity, art and music makes this franchise the best there is for both kids and parents.
The opportunity has arrived for you, your community and its residents to really bond. A facility to do all of the above and create personal success is not too far away.
Allison Giovenco, Director of Training and Support explains. “I started at Romp n’ Roll as a part time team member, and soon became a successful center manager for over 6 and a half years.”
“I know where you’re headed as a franchise owner, and we are here to train, coach, and support you through the exciting times ahead.” Allison adds.
What are you waiting for?
Create your vision with Romp n’ Roll.
Contact us today for the best kids franchise opportunities.
Michael Barnett is the Co-Founder and CEO of Romp n' Roll. In addition to leading the Romp n' Roll management team, Michael is an active member of the International Franchise Association, the National Association for the Education of Young Children, and serves on the Board of Directors for Connor's Heroes and Juniata College Center for Entrepreneurial Leadership. He and his wife, Babz, were featured on the first season of ABC-TV's Shark Tank.