Bottle & Bottega Gives Four Cheers for Third-Quarter Growth
The Nation’s Premier Art and Wine Studio to Expand into Cleveland, Orlando and San Antonio
September 02, 2016 // Franchising.com // CHICAGO – Bottle & Bottega, the nation’s premier art and wine studio, is celebrating third quarter growth that is worthy of a cheers, signing four new franchise agreements in the Cleveland, Orlando, Chicago and San Antonio markets.
With exponential growth over the past quarter, all signs are pointing to continued success for the award-winning paint-and-sip concept. The Bottle & Bottega expansion will meet the needs of Orlando, Cleveland, Chicago and San Antonio residents who are looking for a fun, unique alternative to a typical night out with friends. Bottle & Bottega offers guests an opportunity to relax and uncork their creativity in a classy, upscale and chic studio environment.
“From day one, we’ve focused on how we can provide people with a fun, social setting to gather with friends, family and co-workers while exercising their creativity,” said Nancy Bigley, CEO of Bottle & Bottega and chair of the Women’s Franchise Committee at the International Franchise Association. “All it takes is one sip, one stroke, one laugh and Bottle & Bottega sells itself. We are looking forward to spreading the fun to San Antonio, Cleveland, Chicago and Orlando.”
Bottle & Bottega is excited to open the first of its locations in Ohio, it’s fourth in Florida, third in Texas and ninth in Illinois this year. A strong mix of tourists, residential and business communities, the Bottle & Bottega experience will surely pique the interests of local residents and visitors looking for an alternative social gathering spot or an opportunity to run their own business.
Three of the newest members of the Bottle & Bottega family are military veterans who served in varying branches before venturing into entrepreneurship: Allan and Tara Doyle, of Orlando; Jason and Vicki Prete, of West Cleveland; and Neil and Jamelle Garner, of San Antonio. Neenu Goyle , who will open a studio in Park Ridge, is an industry veteran with more than ten years of franchise experience.
“Bottle and Bottega is honored to have those who have served our country join our brand,” said James Franks, head of franchising for Bottle & Bottega. “We couldn’t be happier to welcome them to the Bottle & Bottega family.”
As Bottle & Bottega welcomes the new franchisees, the brand is now four strokes closer to completing its own business masterpiece. However, the growth spurt is far from over as Bottle & Bottega continues to accept franchisee inquiries from entrepreneurially spirited individuals interested in investing in the wine and paint studio franchise.
With the fourth quarter right around the corner, Bottle & Bottega’s momentum for growth is building, painting the perfect foreground for more success in the near future.
About Bottle & Bottega
A stroke of artistic genius paints a totally new picture of what is possible when friends, couples or colleagues get together for a Bottle & Bottega art party — an experience unlike any other. One part artistic adventure and one part cocktail party, Bottle & Bottega inspires the inner artist in everyone regardless of skill or practice, through a blend of hands-on art sessions, on-site professional instruction and, of course, a glass of your favorite wine. Bottle & Bottega paint and wine parties are perfect for individuals, couples and groups of all sizes for a variety of personal and professional occasions.
For more information about Bottle & Bottega, visit http://bottleandbottega.com/franchise.
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