Strollercise takes its first steps into the franchise world

Strollercise franchise

Strollercise is a unique style of fitness and offers franchisees a social and flexible business opportunity. Hours are can be fitted around family commitments, however franchise owners would be expected to run a minimum of six classes per week.

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Point Franchise welcomes fitness franchise Strollercise to its network, offering a unique dance business opportunity to franchisees across the UK.

The young franchise, set up by founder Samantha Williams, only began its journey in 2018, but already boasts six franchises across the UK. So, whats the background behind the budding franchises success?

Strollercise was inspired by the popular dance concept of strolling during the 1950s in Rock & Roll clubs and, of course, attendees get to dance along to 50s and 60s-inspired tunes. Class members will get in an average of 6,000-7,000 steps in just one session! Theres no underestimating the fat-burning power of the newest dance-fitness phase.

The club is a fantastic business opportunity for those looking for something fun and flexible that works around their daily lives. Interested franchisees can take on the commitment as either a full or part-time commitment, since they will only be expected to deliver a minimum of six classes a week.

As a franchisee, you can expect to welcome 20-25 people per class but with the right venue you can host up to 70 people. The fitness franchise opportunity is as flexible as you want it to be and can even cater for those will physical and walking disabilities with low-intensity versions.

Potential franchisees will be looking at a franchise fee of £7,500, excluding VAT. This will also cover the prices of equipment and a payment plan can be provided. You wont need any fitness-background or qualifications to take on this franchise opportunity.

For the franchise fee above, franchisees can expect comprehensive training to teach them the art of strolling, as well as territory for your dance classes, music, equipment, online, social media and marketing resources and support as well regular business updates and templates.

At £5 a class, prospective franchisees could expect a potential income of £4,500 a month from as many as nine classes a week, given that your average attendance will range between 20 and 25 people.

The franchise is already dancing for joy at its business success so far, but is always looking for fun, lively and business-minded franchisees to expand its outreach even further.

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