Overtime Athletics - Sports & Fitness Franchise
For the past 15 years this business model has proven to be a hit in more than 500 elementary schools nationwide.
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- Finance requirements
- Franchise Fee: $20,000
- Liquid Capital: $20,000
- Total Investment: $47,700 - $65,250
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Ready, Set, Go OTA
It’s sad but true – far too many kids either sit in front of a television or computer after school and during the summer. And these days, when most households require two incomes, this form of “baby-sitting” is all too common.
So, what if there was a program that offered structured after school physical activity within a school or related facility where kids can get a healthy dose of physical activity at a reasonable price?
That is the OTA concept in a nutshell and for the past 15 years this business model has proven to be a hit in more than 500 elementary schools nationwide and with an annual 25,000 kids.
And the popularity among parents is extraordinary because the OTA way not only provides children with a positive sports experience and knowledge about team work, it also teaches early healthy habits that can have lifetime benefits. The kids just think the activities are fun – they don’t realize these carefully crafted programs have other merits…but their parents sure do!
How it works is simple. OTA franchisees build relationships with schools, PTAs and related educational facilities, so there is an automatic built-in customer base. It is our experience that schools hosting OTA after school programs or summer camps realize the value of an optional activity that parents can sign up for their kids to participate in.
The OTA after school programs and summer camps are designed for kids age 5 to 13, but some OTA franchises also offer a preschool program for 4-year-olds. We can help an OTA franchisee figure out the best programs, camps and clinics for their particular territory.
How It Works
As a franchisee, you enjoy a number of advantages that a stand-alone, independent start-up does not. You begin with the accumulated experience, know-how, business practices and operating plan that come with a franchise.
As a franchisee, you enjoy name-brand recognition and a network of support provides an immediate and distinct competitive edge over the independent, stand-alone business. You can avoid that costly trial-and-error period that causes so many problems for start-up businesses. As a franchisee, you’ll “hit the ground running.”
The Overtime Athletics opportunity gives you the ready-made framework within which to build a successful business.
The Ideal Franchisee
Have you always thought about owning and operating a business of your own? Are you an educator who wants to put that valuable training to use as the owner of a franchise? Do you have experience in the child care industry and yearn to make a larger impact in the education and lives of children? Do you enjoy the company of children and have a knack for connecting with them? OTA franchise prospects may include an energetic individual or a team seeking to combine their experiences and talents.
There are a number of people who could be ideal franchisees. We are looking for enthusiastic, motivated individuals looking to become part of a much desired and consistently growing industry – providing much needed after school and summer camp programs in a structured environment where children can learn, imagine and enjoy.
Our ideal OTA franchisee is someone who:
- Enjoys working with children
- May have been or is a teacher, coach, or youth professional
- Is organized
- Is available full-time
- May have a degree in either education or other course of study
- Has good time management skills
- May have business or entrepreneurial experience
- Is hard-working
- Is devoted to a service-oriented profession
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Overtime Athletics is currently accepting inquiries from the following states: Alabama, Alaska, Arizona, Arkansas, Colorado, Connecticut, Delaware, Florida, Georgia, Idaho, Illinois, Iowa, Kansas, Kentucky, Louisiana, Maine, Maryland, Massachusetts, Mississippi, Missouri, Montana, Nebraska, Nevada, New Hampshire, New Jersey, New Mexico, North Carolina, Ohio, Oklahoma, Pennsylvania, South Carolina, Tennessee, Texas, Utah, Vermont, Virginia, West Virginia, Wyoming.