Lady of America Shocks Franchise Community by Offering New Buying Opportunities for a Fitness Franchise
The Leading Women's Gym Franchise is Waving Fee's on All New Franchise Purchases - a $30,000 Value
FORT LAUDERDALE, Fla.--(BUSINESS WIRE)--Celebrating its strong growth even during these hard economic times, Lady of America Franchise Corporation has created its own Buyers Stimulus Package.
In an effort to encourage continued franchise sales growth and recognizing that new franchise owners are having a more difficult time securing financing, the Buyers Stimulus Package waives the initial $30,000 franchise fee. This opens many opportunities for people to buy a fitness franchise business with the help of a strong corporate office.
"People are going to buy, whether times are good or bad. We realize that it's a challenge right now to secure financing, but we also recognize that the downturn in the economy has opened the doors to more qualified candidates who have business acumen, are sophisticated, educated and more technologically advanced than we have ever seen before," said Gerry Weber, CEO of Lady of America Franchise Corporation. "We want to do our part in helping this new frontier of prospective franchise owners as they seek out new business opportunities."
Though buying a franchise business is not recession-proof, franchising offers a relatively low-risk means of expansion. With more than 25 years of experience and expertise in franchising health and fitness centers across the globe, the Lady of America Franchise Corporation has a proven system that has guided and supported hundreds of franchisees to success since 1984.
Lady of America's steady and strategic growth strategy includes expanding in existing markets while entering new cities across the country and worldwide to help direct the company's future growth.
About Lady of America Franchise Corporation
For more than 25 years, Lady of America Franchise Corporation has been an innovator in the constantly evolving business of women's fitness. Lady of America was established in 1984 with the goal of providing a safe and rewarding environment to women. Each club helps women develop a workout routine to help achieve their fitness and lifestyle goals while enjoying the company and support of other women. Today, they are the world's largest full-service chain of women's fitness centers with approximately 300 franchises in operation across 45 states and nine countries.
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