Ninja Nation Announces National Expansion Plans for 2021
Youth fitness concept drawing nationwide interest due to high demand
April 16, 2021 // Franchising.com // DENVER - Ninja Nation, the Colorado-based youth fitness concept, is announcing its plans for national franchise expansion as the demand for their obstacle course business has continued to increase into 2021. Due to a continuous inflow of interest and nationwide popularity, the brand is actively seeking multi-unit, area development, and semi absentee franchise opportunities in top markets throughout the nation.
Ninja Nation is the leading provider of world-class obstacle course arenas across the country. Their fitness facilities provide both adults and kids the exciting opportunity to play, train, and compete in their world-class, state of the art facilities while developing skills, strength, and confidence. The brand has four locations open and operating in Colorado and Texas. Additionally, Ninja Nation's fifth location will be opening in Huntersville, North Carolina this spring.
The brand maintained its success following the COVID lockdown of 2020 and is continuing to expand across the country. They are excited to offer something for everyone from the first-timer to the seasoned athlete, including open gym time, classes for children and adults, competitions, birthday parties, special events, and mobile operations.
The youth fitness concept's goal is to create over 1 million heroes by their on-going mission to provide a fun, safe, and engaging space where everyone can find that "hero" within themselves. To accomplish this Ninja Nation focuses on their core values of engagement, encouragement, and energy in the facility at all times. Ninja Nation uses their world-class, state of the art obstacle course arena to teach kids by improving their physical health, along with focusing on the importance of moving their bodies and staying active. The brand prides itself on building a community within their facility by focusing on a culture of positivity, encouragement, goal setting, and building confidence.
"We are proud to offer kids this unique and engaging experience that provides them with both mental and physical confidence-building activities," said Wayne Cavanaugh, Founder and CEO. "While our programs align with our mission of creating heroes and keeping kids active, it is also an exciting way to instill resilience into kids. We are thrilled to continue to create a positive impact in kids' lives as we open locations across the country."
After creating innovative programs in light of the COVID-19 pandemic, Ninja Nation found their expanded services could become permanent offerings; they notably found success in their summer programs, selling out their summer camp, Ninja Care, with over 1300 enrollments. The ultimate day camp was a great option for parents, providing a fun and safe space for kids to exert energy and build confidence after spending months cooped up in the house.
"Our goal is to keep building strong communities within our facilities and create more programs where the kids can move their bodies and families can stay active together," added Cavanaugh. "With the country reopening, we are proud to provide them with an outlet to release pent-up energy and make memories that will last a lifetime."
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