Murphy Business and Financial Corporation presents

Childrens Fitness Franchise

(city not disclosed) TX | Denton County

Key metrics

Asking price: $49,000

Established: 2014

Gross income: $75,982

Cash flow: $34,255

Franchise: Yes


Employees: 3

Square Feet:

Home Based: Yes

FFE: $15,000 (included)


Real estate:

Relocatable: Yes

Business description

The absentee owned & operated franchise features extracurricular activities in schools (i.e. dance & karate). This franchise is popular with teachers and parents because classes are taught at the schools offering a unique combination of sports and fitness activities that the children look forward to each week. With curriculum and equipment for over 80 different activities, no one else comes close to offering such a wide range of sports and fitness activities taught in the child’s school. Through April of 2016, the business has generated revenues of $23,744 and Net Income of $13,327.

Facilities description

Home based business. Instruction is given to children at their schools. (Home Based)


With curriculum and equipment for over 80 different activities, no one else comes close to offering such a wide range of sports and fitness activities taught in the child’s school.


Territory spans across the DFW metroplex, including high-potential zip codes within Frisco, McKinney, Plano, Allen, Carrollton and many other cities. Most of it is untapped. Many other franchisees have also found success with offering the sports and fitness activities at themed birthday parties and customizable summer camps.


Will train for 4 weeks @ no cost. General management skills required. Prior construction or installation experience a plus.

Reason for selling

Seller's full time job demands do not permit time to fully develop & grow business.


fitness, children, franchise, denton county, texas


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Contact Douglas Batts

Douglas Batts

Listed by

Douglas Batts,

Murphy Business and Financial Corporation


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