In order to help unemployed US military veterans and teachers own a franchise, KidzArt has launched its Franchise Giveaway programme.
Through the programme KidzArt, a children’s art education franchise, will provide business opportunities to veterans and teachers who are aged over 21 and are legal US residents.
Chris Cruikshank, President and founder of KidzArt, said: “KidzArt is interested in providing former service members and teachers the opportunity to become business owners and leaders in their communities. We hope that the special incentives in this programme will encourage people to put their business, military or teaching skills to use and become entrepreneurs.”
As well as attending an interview, applicants to the programme will be required to attend training in Jackson, MI for five days and have $3,500 available for working capital to launch the business.
In addition to waiving the $9,900 franchise fee, KidzArt is offering a protected territory, a web page, a $500 online class registration system, $1,000 off all start-up marketing services, and training and ongoing support.
The KidzArt’s Franchise Giveaway will continue until all winners have been selected, trained and started their businesses.
Published: 5 March 2012
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