StretchLab Surpasses 300 Signed Franchise Agreements
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StretchLab Surpasses 300 Signed Franchise Agreements

Leading Assisted Stretching Concept Continues to Expand and Draw Interest of Entrepreneurs Nationwide

January 27, 2021 // Franchising.com // IRVINE, Calif. - StretchLab continues its growth in the industry after recently signing its 300th franchise agreement. The new agreements will bring the boutique wellness brand into five new markets across the country, demonstrating its popularity and demand among consumers of all demographics, a particularly unique aspect to the franchise concept.

StretchLab’s newest agreements will welcome the brand to the following cities: St. Louis, Missouri; Sacramento, California; Milwaukee, Wisconsin; Fairfield, Connecticut; and Toronto, Canada. The Toronto studio will mark StretchLab’s first international location. In light of the pandemic, there is a newfound need for assisted stretching, as evidenced by the 28 locations StretchLab has opened since March 2020, bringing its total number of current studios to nearly 100. The 100th studio is slated to open in February in Colleyville, Texas.

“With health and safety a top concern in our country and many Americans left working from home, people are looking for new ways to stay healthy and active. We are committed to helping people restore their muscle and joint mobility and reclaim their freedom of movement in an effort to improve their overall health, and simply make them feel better,” said StretchLab President Lou DeFrancisco. “We are thrilled to partner with several new entrepreneurs to introduce industry leading assisted stretching services into their communities and change lives.”

Backed by Xponential Fitness, StretchLab has a widespread and devoted following across the country. At StretchLab, clients work one-on-one with highly trained Flexologists™ in an open, modern and friendly environment to increase mobility and flexibility and achieve a deeper, more advanced stretch than one can get on their own. Studios utilize TRX MAPS technology, which tracks mobility, muscle activation, posture and body symmetry, to create individually tailored and more holistic stretching programs for clients to achieve their wellness goals.

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