SeekingSitters Franchise System Now Offering Financial Assistance for Entrepreneurs Interested in Purchasing a Franchise
Despite the recession, investing in a financially independent future is a viable option for many entrepreneurs. SeekingSitters Franchise Systems is offering financial assistance to help potential franchise owners make the initial investment.
Tulsa, Okla. (PRWEB) August 29, 2012 - While one in two Americans either work for or operate a small business, bank loans for new small business start-ups have fallen more than 10% during the last four years. However, SeekingSitters, one of the top 500 franchises in America, is partnering with a vendor to make it easier for entrepreneurs to qualify for financial assistance.
Moms and dads who want the freedom to create their own hours, while finding more family time and financial independence, can now find short-term financing options to help cover some of the initial fees. Even in the midst of a slow economic recovery, SeekingSittersis helping families find financial freedom.
Founded by Adrienne Kallweit, a Licensed Private Investigator, SeekingSitters provides background screenings of professional sitters and currently has 57 locations in 23 states. Nationally recognized as the trusted source for babysitting solutions, SeekingSitters provides franchisees with a tested and tried business formula for success, which includes an operational business plan, comprehensive training and workshops, a marketing strategy, as well as a specially-designed software system unique to SeekingSitters that can travel with you anywhere, from a family vacation to your child’s soccer game.
As a quick and affordable start-up, SeekingSittersFranchise provides a secure investment with a trusted brand in a growing industry. Kallweit said that is why they have formed a new partnership with a vendor to provide this assistance to franchisees
“We are excited to start offering financing to help assist our new franchisees in getting started with SeekingSitters. As we have grown we have seen a need for this service for our incoming franchisees,” explained Adrienne Kallweit, President and Co-Founder of SeekingSitters.
The initial franchise fee for SeekingSitters is $25,000.00. Visit SeekingSitters.com today to find out more about a future with a flexible schedule and financial freedom.
Founded in 2004 in Tulsa, Okla., SeekingSitters is a nationally recognized babysitting service providing reliable, convenient and safe babysitting solutions for families, from last minute childcare needs to regular scheduled services. The company started franchising in 2006 and currently has 57 locations in 23 states. Founded by Adrienne Kallweit, a Licensed Private Investigator, SeekingSitters has an in-house investigation agency that provides hands on background screening of the professional sitters as well as all member families, ensuring the safest, most enjoyable experience for all SeekingSitters’ member families and referred professional sitters. SeekingSitters was named to Inc. Magazine’s list of 500 fastest growing private companies in 2010. The company was also the winner of Tulsa’s First Annual Entrepreneurial Spirit Award in November 2007 and was named one of the “25 Best Women-Owned Businesses” by Working Mother Magazine in 2008. SeekingSitters has been featured on Fox & Friends, CNN and CNN Headline News, CBS Early Show, in Entrepreneur Magazine and on the CNBC Show “The Big Idea with Donny Deutsch.” For more information, please visit http://www.seekingsitters.com.
Diane White Public Relations