Why Romp n' Roll Franchise Is a Great Investment

Posted on Jun 9th 2017


Why Romp n' Roll Franchise Is a Great Investment

Find personal and professional rewards with Romp n’ Roll franchise ownership

Investing in a Romp n’ Roll franchise means that you’ll not only potentially reap financial rewards, but you’ll also likely experience personal and professional fulfillment. Your Romp n’ Roll center will become a go-to destination for families seeking education and enrichment activities for their kids.

Romp n’ Roll franchise is a kids’ enrichment and educational franchise unlike the traditional gym-, art- or music-only opportunities in most communities. Romp n’ Roll targets a specific demographic — children ages 3 months to 5 years — with comprehensive, research-based and developmentally appropriate gym, music, dance, science and art classes all under one roof.

A Romp n’ Roll franchise will turn your investment of time, money and energy into an enterprise that makes a difference in the lives of the families in your community. We are looking for passionate entrepreneurs who are eager to invest and grow with us as we continue a targeted growth and expansion plan this year. By the beginning of 2018, we hope to have added 10 to 12 new franchises to the Romp n’ Roll family.

“We tell potential franchisees that you’re going to get unbelievable gratification from giving back to the community and fostering children’s development,” says Babz Barnett, co-founder. “Yes, it’s hard work, but it’s also extremely rewarding. Now is a great time to open a Romp n’ Roll franchise as we are focused on growth and expansion and are initially targeting markets in the eastern half of the United States.”

Lower startup costs mean greater profit potential

The total investment to open a single Romp n’ Roll location is estimated to be between $198,500 and $396,450. The range depends upon a number of factors. You must have a net worth (assets minus liabilities) of at least $300,000. Additionally, you must have $100,000 in liquid assets in order to be considered for Romp n’ Roll franchise ownership.

In 2016, average revenues for a Romp n’ Roll franchise based upon five units totaled $344,212, according to our latest Franchise Disclosure Document (FDD). A Romp n’ Roll franchise is potentially lucrative within the first year of business. Our FDD Item 19 also reported that first-year revenues were $263,600. Your results may vary and are dependent upon many factors. Please refer to our FDD Item 19 and our franchise recruitment website for more details.

Romp n’ Roll franchise is growing rapidly

With more than 110 locations in multiple countries, Romp n’ Roll is one of the hottest early education kids’ franchise systems available on the market today. The future looks bright for Romp n’ Roll. As the U.S. population continues to grow — with the preschool demographic approaching 25 million by 2040 — we anticipate increasing demand for the types of activities Romp n’ Roll offers. We are ready to meet the need and are poised for rapid expansion across the country.

“2017 is going to be a ground-breaking year for Romp n’ Roll,” says Michael Barnett, CEO and co-founder. “Within the next five years, our goal is to add 80 to 100 new franchises. By 2030, we hope to be the largest company within our industry.”

Now is the time to join Romp n’ Roll franchise

In most communities, there’s high demand — and little to no competition — for the type of kids’ enrichment and educational franchise Romp n’ Roll offers. If you are interested in bringing Romp n’ Roll to families in your neighborhood, we want to talk to you.

Michael Barnett

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.