Once Upon A Child Franchisee Testimonials

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The Entrepreneurial Spirit

Franchisees Tony and Julie Finical talk about their path to multi-store, multi-brand ownership.

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Is franchising right for you?

Many franchisees are first time business owners. Hear what attracted them to the franchise model.

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Why invest in Winmark brands?

There are many franchises from which to choose. Learn why our franchisees chose Winmark for their business and future growth.

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How does Winmark’s support help your business?

Franchisees discuss their experience with training and other support programs available to store owners.

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What’s the key to success? Following the model!

The business systems are proven and fine-tuned. Hear how the model can work for you.

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What advice do owners have for potential franchisees?

While the model is proven, this is still a start-up in your market. Active ownership is the key to success!

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How did you find out about Winmark?

Amanda Overmyer takes us down her path to owning multiple Winmark brands.

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How exciting is an opportunity to build a business with your family?

Hear how franchisees are involving their kids and other family members in their businesses.

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The Clear Choice

We think so and so do our franchisees!

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Field Operations – Business analysis, strategy and more!

Our brands are a part of the community in many ways. Hear how your business can have a positive impact on your community, customers and your staff.

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Pay it Forward!

The field operations team are the primary contacts for you and your store. Learn how they assist in all facets of your business.

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More than a business.

Franchisees have an impact that reaches far beyond the day to day operation of the business.

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Who’s coming to the next Franchisee Conference?

It could be you! Listen and find out why.

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Final Thoughts from our Franchisees

Time to take the next step!

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**Amounts stated are as reported in Item 19 of the 2011, 2013, 2015 and 2016 Once Upon A Child® Franchise Disclosure Documents, respectively (based on the previous year’s Gross Sales). In 2010, of the 219 stores that reported, 98 or 45% of the reporting stores attained or exceeded the Average Gross Sales. In 2012, of the 243 stores that reported, 110 or 45% of the reporting stores attained or exceeded the Average Gross Sales. In 2014, of the 273 stores that reported, 124 stores or 45% of the reporting stores attained or exceeded the Average Gross Sales. In 2015, of the 293 stores that reported, 134 stores or 46% of the reporting stores attained or exceeded the Average Gross Sales. A new franchisee’s results will likely differ from these results.

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