How to Mark Your Territory and Set Up Camp
Have you been begging to get your paws wet and become a part of the Camp Bow Wow Pack? We don’t blame you one bit! After all, the average Camp Bow Wow location generates almost $785,000 in revenue, and our top franchise owners generate more than $1.1 million!* How’s that for a treat? If you’ve been itching to get in on the action, stop chasing your tail and start asking yourself these questions:
Do You Love Dogs?
This is hands down, the most important question of them all! Our business is built on our love for dogs and our commitment to keeping them safe and happy while pet parents are away from home. It’s all in a day’s play here at Camp Bow Wow! We wouldn’t be able to do what we do without a few furry hugs and slobbery kisses along the way. That’s why our ideal franchise owner should be as dog-frenzied and fur-lovin’ as our leadership team.
Have You Requested Your Executive Summary?
If you love dogs — and people, of course, being that you’ll be dealing with pet parents, as well — the next step is to find out if you meet the qualifications to become a franchise owner. The best way to do that? Request a copy of our executive summary, completely free! Here you’ll learn what it takes to mark your territory, from startup costs and real estate requirements to characteristics of successful franchise owners we’ve identified in the past.
The $69.36 billion pet care industry is growing at a robust seven percent annually. Think you’re the right franchise owner for the job? If so, Camp Bow Wow wants you to join the Pack!
Fill out the form below or call us at 877-700-2275 to receive your complimentary executive summary and learn more about our franchise opportunities.
*Figures represent averages for the 118 revenue- reporting franchises open and operating for more than 12 months during the 12-month period ending on December 31, 2016. Of all 118 franchises, 52 (44%) exceeded the average of $784,781. Of the 30 Franchises representing the top 25%, 10 (33%) exceeded the average of $1,149,950. Of the 30 Franchises representing the bottom 25%, 19 (63%) exceeded the average of $465,967. The financial performance representation contained in Item 19 of our 2017 Franchise Disclosure Document also includes: (1) selected expenses for expense-reporting franchises; and (2) system-wide gross revenue.