What Kind of People Make Successful Franchise Owners?

People from all types of backgrounds who enjoy working with families fit best

Do you need a background or degree in education? No. However, our franchisees must be eager to work hard, follow our systems and processes, enjoy working with children and have a strong interest in early childhood education.

What Kind of
People Make
Successful
Franchise
Owners?

People with all types of backgrounds who enjoy working with families fit best.
Do you need a background or degree in education? No. However, our franchisees must be eager to work hard, follow our systems and processes, enjoy working with children and have a strong interest in early education.

“We’re looking for someone who has both head and heart,” CEO and co-founder Michael Barnett says. “Our ideal candidate is the person who brings business or education skills to the table and understands the need to fill in staffing with people that complement their strengths.”

There are a few other personal characteristics that define a successful Romp n’ Roll franchisee:

Passion
Passion for Romp n’ Roll is what’ll help you build a successful business. You set the example and your staff feeds off your passion, as will your members.
People Skills
Romp n’ Roll is a “people” business. You’ll need to hire, train and retain a top-notch staff to bring your Romp n’ Roll curriculum to life. And excellent member service skills will delight parents and children alike on every visit to your Romp n’ Roll center.
Entrepreneurial Spirit
If you’re looking for opportunities that provide independence, flexibility and leadership then you’ll likely fit in here.
Networker
Romp n’ Roll franchisees are good community networkers. You’ll dive into community activities. You’ll partner your Romp n’ Roll with other local businesses, mom’s clubs and charitable events. And we’ll show you how.
Multi-tasker
Our centers are almost always busy. You should be comfortable switching hats throughout the day and sometimes wearing more than one hat at a time!

Franchise Owner Testimonial (3:04)

What Factors Create a Successful Franchise Owner?

People with both a head and a heart for owning a great children’s center

If you put Romp n’ Roll franchise owners in a room together you’d meet a wide variety of personalities with vastly different backgrounds and business experience.

So how can you tell if Romp n’ Roll ownership is good for you?

After more than 10 years, we’ve learned to trust our evaluation process. You should too. Following our recruitment process is the quickest way to learn whether we’re a good fit for each other.
“We’re looking for someone who has both head and heart,” CEO and co-founder Michael Barnett says. “Our ideal candidate is the person who brings business or education skills to the table and understands the need to fill in staffing with people that complement their strengths.”

There are a few other personal characteristics that define a successful Romp n’ Roll franchisee:

Passion
Passion for Romp n’ Roll is what’ll help you build a successful business. You set the example and your staff feeds off your passion, as will your members.
People Skills
Romp n’ Roll is a “people” business. You’ll need to hire, train and retain a top-notch staff to bring your Romp n’ Roll curriculum to life. And excellent member service skills will delight parents and children alike on every visit to your Romp n’ Roll center.
Entrepreneurial Spirit
If you’re looking for opportunities that provide independence, flexibility and leadership then you’ll likely fit in here.
Networker
Romp n’ Roll franchisees are good community networkers. You’ll dive into community activities. You’ll partner your Romp n’ Roll with other local businesses, mom’s clubs and charitable events. And we’ll show you how.
Multi-tasker
Our centers are almost always busy. You should be comfortable switching hats throughout the day and sometimes wearing more than one hat at a time!

Franchise Owner Testimonial (3:04)

What Factors Create a Successful Franchise Owner?

People with both a head and a heart for owning a great children’s center

If you put Romp n’ Roll franchise owners in a room together you’d meet a wide variety of personalities with vastly different backgrounds and business experience.

So how can you tell if Romp n’ Roll ownership is good for you?

After more than 10 years, we’ve learned to trust our evaluation process. You should too. Following our recruitment process is the quickest way to learn whether we’re a good fit for each other.

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