illuminate gym offers to invest in future franchisees
November 09, 2009 // Franchising.com // DENVER — illuminate gym is on the cutting edge of the fitness industry offering its proprietary 'High Oxygen Training' in a private and personal setting. Today illuminate gym announces that they are making it easier to begin your own illuminate gym.
Illuminate gym really has decided to be very aggressive during these slow economic times to help the future entrepreneurs of America get their businesses started. "At illuminate gym we understand how hard it is to get funding for a new business venture so we're willing to help with some of the expense a future franchisee will have on such things as initial franchise fee and equipment costs," David Sedbrook CEO and founder of illuminate gym said. There is no doubt that over the past year banks have had a strangle hold on funds for new entrepreneurs and illuminate gym feels that there are many sophisticated and capable entrepreneurs out there who just need an opportunity to create a successful and lasting business. Because of this view illuminate gym is offering future franchisees the opportunity to get huge discounts on initial franchise fees and equipment costs.
"We want to give the future of our company the best opportunity to succeed and because of the current state of the credit markets we feel the best thing we can do is keep funds in our franchisees'' businesses to give them the funds to grow and succeed," David Sedbrook said. Currently, illuminate gym is offering discount their franchise fee by as much as $15,000 and they are offering to help with the cost of equipment by awarding qualified franchisees with some of their own equipment. The franchise specials offered by illuminate gym are unheard of in the franchise world and lead many to wonder about the illuminate gym model. "We're not a company looking to make a lot of money up front from future entrepreneurs. We feel our success will be determined by our franchisees long term success and that's why we don't mind acting like a minority partner with qualified franchise owners," David Sedbrook said.