Membership model, lower investment and costs mean greater profit potential
Our business model is attractive to entrepreneurs looking to maximize their investment and build a potentially thriving business. Romp n’ Roll operates on an affordable membership fee model, which renews automatically, affording owners a recurring revenue stream. Minimal inventory, no receivables and part-time staff are all benefits to the Romp n’ Roll franchise owner.
Cash flow is easier, more predictable with a Romp n’ Roll franchise
Preparing for cash flow is paramount for any successful business. With Romp n’ Roll, cash flow becomes smoother and more predictable thanks to our proven business model. Our memberships operate on an auto-renewing monthly membership, automatically charged to the credit card on file. This model creates predictable, recurring revenue and allows our staff to focus on retention and customer acquisition, rather than renewing existing members.
Unlike many other franchises, your cash isn’t tied up in inventory with Romp n’ Roll. We do sell some souvenirs and other branded items, but the bulk of revenue comes from services. Neither will your staff need to handle receivables or worry with collections. Our members pre-pay for all services we provide.
High demand for services, lower staff costs and a lower initial investment mean franchisees have greater profit potential
In most every community with young families, there’s great demand for the type of play-based education and enrichment classes Romp n’ Roll offers. With almost 25 million kids expected to make up the U.S. population by the year 2040, that demand will only increase, making a Romp n’ Roll franchise one of the hottest businesses to own.
“I always hesitate to say that we’re recession-proof, but I do think it’s fair to say that there are always going to be little kids in this world and parents who want the best for them,” CEO and co-founder Michael Barnett says. “Parents will always invest in their socialization and their entertainment and their education. I think that there’s always going to be a market for our services.”
Our location can open with a full-time owner/operator and 7-8 part-time employees, making staffing expenses less than other businesses. “Our work force is made up predominantly of part-time employees,” Michael explains. “We don’t have to deal with a lot of labor issues with benefits and things like that for the majority of our staff.”
With startup costs ranging from $241,000 to $360,500., the average revenue for a Romp n’ Roll franchise in 2017 was $316,662 (according to our latest FDD Item 19).
“We tell potential franchisees that you’re going to get unbelievable gratification from giving back to the community and fostering children’s development,” co-founder Babz Barnett says. “But we also tell them that running this business is going to be some of the hardest work you’ll do because you will put in a lot of time and energy, both mental and physical. We’ve worked hard to become a strong franchisor, and we’ve created a business model that works.”
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For the entrepreneur who is eager to follow our systems, Romp n’ Roll will be an ideal business model, and the potential for profit is huge. We’d love to talk more about the opportunity with you. Fill out the form on the right to start a conversation with us.
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Glen Allen, VA 23060