A Romp n’ Roll indoor playground franchise melds several different traditional children’s franchise concepts into a one-of-a-kind experience. Children’s franchises are big business for several reasons. That’s because parents will always spend as much as they can afford on their kids, in good and bad economies.
In most every community, busy parents of babies, toddlers and preschoolers are looking for quality options to enhance their kids’ learning experiences, share activities for more interaction and give themselves a little downtime. Your Romp n’ Roll franchise fulfills these desires.
Children in the U.S. are expected to reach more than 80 million by 2030. 25 million of those will be under the age of 5. Demand for quality children’s activities will skyrocket.
Because we offer more than children’s fitness activities, we’re well positioned to leverage the growth of stand-alone kid’s fitness centers. Because we offer so much more than gym-oriented classes, we’re better able to address parental concerns for their kids’ overall physical and emotional wellbeing and provide a higher value for a parent’s time and membership investment.
Explore the financial opportunities now available as Romp n’ Roll sits poised for rapid expansion across the United States with territories available in many U.S. markets.
A Romp n’ Roll kids play franchise is potentially lucrative within the first year. Revenues in 2019 for Romp n’ Roll centers open for more than a year is at $320,590. Your results may vary and are dependent upon many factors. You’ll find more details in our FDD Item 19.
You’ll have three revenue sources at your Romp n’ Roll kids gym franchise .
The first and foremost is membership fees, which contribute around 50% of revenue. Birthday Bashes contribute 25%. The remaining 25% of revenue comes from hosting a variety of different events.
This helpful 15-page report will explain our revenue sources and market criteria, what makes our kids gym franchise unique, detailed investment requirements, training and support programs, unit revenue figures, financing options and so much more.