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Camp Bow Wow franchises can ramp up quickly

Camp Bow Wow experienced positive year-over-year same-Camp sales growth even through the Recession, showing that pet parents kept spending even through lean times. Pet owners spent $60 billion in 2015, according to IBISWorld, and research shows they’ll cut back on their own luxuries before skimping on their pets.

Meanwhile, the American Pet Products Association says 44% of American households have dogs — an estimated 78 million dogs, in fact, and those numbers are growing every day. Pet ownership has been on the rise for the past two decades, and the trend is predicted to heighten. Research from Mintel shows that over 60% of owners consider their animal companions to be members of the family. All these factors contribute to strong revenue growth in the boarding and grooming industry, and what that means for you is the potential to not only achieve your financial goals, but to exceed them.

Camp Bow Wow franchise owners enjoy being part of a low-risk, high-growth industry, with high rates of repeat customers, and are part of a company whose business model ramps up quickly.

Our range of services also makes our business model flexible, allowing franchise owners to tap into those areas that best suit their individual market demographics. Boarding tends to be our bread-and-butter, but in some markets the day camp side of the business is dominant.

Our financial results speak for themselves. According to our Franchise Disclosure Document (FDD) for 2016, the latest year for which figures are available for Camps open more than 36 months, our top 25% highest-earning franchises generated an average of $1,075,667 in annual gross revenue, and the average for all locations was $756,551.* The average annual owner’s discretionary income was $212,527 for the top 25%, and $137,249 for all Camps open more than 36 months. **

*Figures represent averages for the 97 revenue-reporting franchises open and operating for more than 36 months during the 12-month period ending on December 31, 2015. Of all 97 franchises, 48 (49%) exceeded the average of $756,551. Of the 27 Franchises representing the top 25%, 11 (41%) exceeded the average of $1,075,667. Of the 27 Franchises representing the bottom 25%, 16 (59%) exceeded the average of $437,405. The financial performance representation contained in Item 19 of our 2016 Franchise Disclosure Document also includes: (1) annual average gross ticket, (2) selected expenses for expense-reporting franchises; and (3) system-wide gross revenue.

**Figures represent averages for the 97 revenue-reporting franchises open and operating for more than 36 months during the 12-month period ending December 31, 2015. Of all 97 franchises, 55 (57%) exceeded the average of $137,249. Of the 27 franchises representing the top 25%, 14 (52%) exceeded the average of $212,527. Of the 27 franchises representing the bottom 25%, 15 (59%) exceeded the average of $46,274. The financial performance representation contained in Item 19 of our 2016 Franchise Disclosure Document also includes: (1) annual unit-level gross revenue, (2) annual average gross ticket, and (3) system-wide gross revenue.

 

According to Item 19 of Camp Bow Wow’s FDD (Franchise Disclosure Document), franchise owners are achieving the following benchmarks. We will provide you the full disclosure document once we have an initial conversation and you submit your credentials as a possible franchise owner.**

What do Camp Bow Wow franchisees do in sales?

Out of all the Camps reporting their sales, according to Item 19 of the FDD, the average mature Camp (open more than 36 months) generated average annual revenues of $756,551. Our top 25% averaged $1,075,667 with a high of more than $1.4 million.***

What do Camp Bow Wow franchisees earn (EBITDA)?

The top 25% of mature Camps (defined as open over 36 months) reported earning a healthy $212,527, or 20% of sales.****

The average franchise owner open more than 36 months reported earnings in the neighborhood of $137,249, or 17% of sales.

The average system-wide sales increased from 2014 to 2015 by 13%, driven by some new Camp openings and strong increases in same Camp year-over-year sales.*****

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*Figures represent averages for the 109 revenue-reporting franchises open and operating for more than 36 months during the 12-month period ending on December 31, 2014. Of all 109 franchises, 53 (49%) exceeded the average. Of the 31 Franchises representing the top 25%, 13 (42%) exceeded the average. The financial performance representation contained in Item 19 of our 2015 Franchise Disclosure Document also includes: (1) selected expenses for expense-reporting franchises; and (2) system-wide gross revenue.

**Figures represent averages for the 97 revenue-reporting franchises open and operating for more than 36 months during the 12-month period ending December 31, 2015. Of all 97 franchises, 55 (57%) exceeded the average of $137,249. Of the 27 franchises representing the top 25%, 14 (52%) exceeded the average of $212,527. Of the 27 franchises representing the bottom 25%, 15 (59%) exceeded the average of $46,274. The financial performance representation contained in Item 19 of our 2016 Franchise Disclosure Document also includes: (1) annual unit-level gross revenue, (2) annual average gross ticket, and (3) system-wide gross revenue.

***Figures represent averages for the 97 revenue-reporting franchises open and operating for more than 36 months during the 12-month period ending on December 31, 2015. Of all 97 franchises, 48 (49%) exceeded the average of $756,551. Of the 27 Franchises representing the top 25%, 11 (41%) exceeded the average of $1,075,667. Of the 27 Franchises representing the bottom 25%, 16 (59%) exceeded the average of $437,405. The financial performance representation contained in Item 19 of our 2016 Franchise Disclosure Document also includes: (1) annual average gross ticket, (2) selected expenses for expense-reporting franchises; and (3) system-wide gross revenue.

****Figures represent averages for the 97 revenue-reporting franchises open and operating for more than 36 months during the 12-month period ending December 31, 2015. Of all 97 franchises, 55 (57%) exceeded the average of $137,249. Of the 27 franchises representing the top 25%, 14 (52%) exceeded the average of $212,527. Of the 27 franchises representing the bottom 25%, 15 (59%) exceeded the average of $46,274. The financial performance representation contained in Item 19 of our 2016 Franchise Disclosure Document also includes: (1) annual unit-level gross revenue, (2) annual average gross ticket, and (3) system-wide gross revenue.v

*****Figure represents the aggregate increase in annual gross revenue for the 131 franchises that were open and operating for any length of time during the 12-month period ending on December 31, 2015 when compared to the aggregate annual gross revenue for the 130 franchises that were open and operating for any length of time during the 12-month period ending on December 31, 2014. The financial performance representation contained in Item 19 of our 2016 Franchise Disclosure Document also includes: (1) annual unit-level gross revenue; (2) annual average gross ticket and, (3) selected expenses for expense-reporting franchises.