Financial Opportunity

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.

Revenues for Romp n’ Roll centers for 2017 averaged over $300,000. A Romp n’ Roll franchise is potentially lucrative within the first year. According to our most recent FDD Item 19, average revenue for five units in 2017 was $316,662 for franchised locations and $338,225 for company-owned locations. Your results may vary and are dependent upon many factors. You’ll find more details in our FDD Item 19.

Financial
Opportunity

Revenues for Romp n’ Roll centers for 2017 averaged over $300,000 A Romp n’ Roll franchise is potentially lucrative within the first year of business. According to our most recent FDD Item 19, average revenue for five units in 2017 was $316,662 for franchised locations and $338,225 for affiliate-owned locations. Your results may vary and are dependent upon many factors. You’ll find more details in our FDD Item 19.

Growth Markets

Romp n’ Roll has territories available in many U.S. markets Romp n’ Roll is poised for rapid expansion across the United States. CEO and co-founder Michael Barnett says, “Primary territories are suburbs of medium and large metro areas. Specifically, we look for concentrations of around 10,000 kids ages zero to five in a five- to seven-mile radius. We target households with parents who are middle to upper-income.” The future looks bright for Romp n’ Roll

“In coming years, our plan calls for adding 10 to 15 new franchisees annually,” Barnett says. “Within the next five years, our goal is to add 80 to 100 new franchises. By 2030, we plan to be the largest company within our industry.”

Growth Markets

Romp n’ Roll has territories available in many U.S. markets Romp n’ Roll is poised for rapid expansion across the United States. CEO and co-founder Michael Barnett says, “Primary territories are suburbs of medium and large metro areas. Specifically, we look for concentrations of around 10,000 kids ages zero to five in a five- to seven-mile radius. We target households with parents who are middle to upper-income.” The future looks bright for Romp n’ Roll

“In coming years, our plan calls for adding 10 to 15 new franchisees annually,” Barnett says. “Within the next five years, our goal is to add 80 to 100 new franchises. By 2030, we plan to be the largest company within our industry.”

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