Ninja Nation, the popular assault course fitness brand, has revealed global franchising plans. And with a goal to create “one million heroes”, now is the time to get on board.
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Specializing in ninja sport – an increasingly beloved fitness offshoot, popularized by the American Ninja Warrior series – Ninja Nation announced that it’s going to take its adventurous assault courses worldwide with international franchising. This is aligned with the brand’s aim to create ‘One Million Heroes’; an ambitious goal that would foster a community of “kids and adults pushing their minds and bodies to limits they never thought possible.”
Wayne Cavanaugh, founder & CEO for the brand, believes Ninja Nation has what it takes to capture the attention of a global market: “We have the experience, the team, and the plans in place to change over a million lives, and we can’t wait to continue our growth with the launch of our franchising program.”
Ninja Nation’s leadership team is helmed by Cavanaugh, who is also joined by notable American fitness icon Geoff Britten; the only contestant on American Ninja Warrior to have a perfect season in the 11-year run of the popular show. Lucas Clarke handles the brand’s image as the vice president of marketing, and he’s no stranger to rapid expansion: Clarke helped grow fast-restaurant salad concept, MAD Greens, from one to 34 units as head of its marketing team.
Owning a Ninja Nation franchise doesn’t just mean a reliable revenue stream; franchisees will operate a business that promotes good health, family fitness, and confidence. With the notable rise of the “sport-tainment” industry, particularly in the U.S., franchisees of Ninja Nation could find themselves miles ahead of the curve.
The initial investment for the franchise ranges from $1-1.4M, and capital of $300,000 is required. For more info, head to https://ninjanation.com/franchise.
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