Goldfish Swim School Rides Wave of Expansion, Dives into Webster, TX
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Goldfish Swim School Rides Wave of Expansion, Dives into Webster, TX

Entrepreneurs Diversify Children’s Services Business Portfolio with Franchise Leader in Learn-to-Swim

March 16, 2022 // Franchising.com // Webster, TX - Goldfish Swim School, a learn-to-swim concept, recently opened its newest school in Webster. Located at 20251 Gulf Freeway, Unit G, the school provides swim lessons and water safety instruction to infants and children ages four months to 12 years.

Goldfish Swim School - Webster is owned by Ryan Moon and Kevin Coffman. Both natives to Houston, the 2-person team also owns and operates the Urban Air franchise in the same development, that serves children with an ultimate indoor adventure park and party place.

“The pandemic forced us to realize the tremendous value in having a robust portfolio to allow for balance and stability during times of uncertainty,” said Coffman. “As we looked to our future, we knew now was an opportune time to invest and be aggressive with our growth plans. Families will always prioritize the wants and needs of their children. With Goldfish, we know the importance of water safety and drowning prevention isn’t going anywhere - we’re able to provide children a lifesaving skill with the no. 1 brand in the space.”

Families in the community now have access to the school’s proprietary curriculum, The Science of SwimPlay®, which helps to build life skills both in and out of the water using play-based learning in a fun and safe environment. The 9,500 square-foot school features a 75 x 25 ft pool - kept at a comfortable 90 degrees - and a viewing room nearby for families.

“We’re thrilled Ryan and Kevin have joined the Goldfish Swim School family,” shared Chris McCuiston, who co-founded the franchise with his wife Jenny McCuiston. “As we continue to grow, it’s more important than ever that we partner with local community leaders who are just as passionate about water safety as we are. Jenny and I are confident that this team will help us continue to bring awareness to the drowning epidemic and ultimately get us one step closer to reducing the number of accidental drownings.”

SOURCE Goldfish Swim School

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