September 12, 2017 // Franchising.com // TAMPA, Fla. - i9 Sports, (www.i9sportsfranchise.com) the nation's first and largest youth sports league franchise*, has awarded six franchise territories across the East Coast, bringing its unique concept to Boca Raton and Orlando, Florida; Richmond, Virginia; and Baltimore, Maryland.
With a vision to become the undisputed leader in recreational youth activities worldwide, i9 Sports welcomed in 2017 new franchisees Brandon Seeley, Antwain Salvatto and Joseph Jackson, Nisa and Meshack Aduwu, and Alli and Greg Hall. Each of the franchise locations will operate independently, while maintaining i9 Sports' unparalleled business system to replicate success, predictably and profitably.
"As i9 Sports continues in its mission to help kids succeed in life through sports, it's incredibly important to identify and select franchise partners who are committed to the culture of age-appropriate instruction that's fun for kids and convenient for parents in their territories,"said Brian Sanders, i9 Sports president and chief executive officer. "We know that each of these franchise owners are committed to delivering that superior and extraordinary experience."
The i9 Sports franchisees include:
i9 Sports currently operates more than 750 territories across the U.S., from New York to Hawaii, with more than 1.4 million players participating in leagues, camps and clinics in today's most popular team sports.
For more information on the i9 Sports franchise opportunity, and to learn more about helping kids succeed in life through sports,visit www.i9sportsfranchise.com.
Based in the Tampa Bay, Florida area, i9 Sports® is the first and largest youth sports league franchise company in the United States.
i9 Sports is committed to delivering a culture of age-appropriate instruction that's fun for kids and convenient for parents, while prioritizing safety, emphasizing good sportsmanship and creating healthy competition. i9 Sports offers multiple sports during multiple seasons, and provides once a week practices on game day at the same location.
A privately held company, i9 Sports was founded in 2003 by Chairman Frank Fiume on the principle that the number one reason kids play organized sports is to have fun, not to become the next draft pick. Winner of recognition by Entrepreneur Magazine, INC Magazine, and Franchise Business Review, i9 Sports has a strong legacy of excellence. For more information on the i9 Sports opportunity, visit www.i9sportsfranchise.com.
*Based on the data presented in the 2016 issue of Entrepreneur magazine's Franchise 500
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