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The Many Reasons to Own A Destination Athlete® Franchise

Flexible, home-based business 
- Run your business from the comfort of your own home. Enjoy the freedom to make your own hours and grow at your own pace. 
·       Low cost – as ranked by Entrepreneur Magazine. 
·       Exclusive territory – By owning a Destination Athlete® franchise you are purchasing the full marketing rights to a protected county (or counties) in your state. This means you are the sole representative for Destination Athlete® in your territory with the ability to expand. 
·       National Brand Support 
o   Comprehensive Training Program
o   Personalized Marketing tools and support
o   National website
o   Customer care center
o   Product development
o   Relationships with more than 100+ vendors
o   Value added resources for athletes
·       Connection to local community - We believe through sports, we can make a positive impact in the communities we live and work.

Additional Opportunities


Please inquire about available franchise locations. Openings in new markets awarded to 
qualified entrepreneurs.  There are multiple expenses and fees to launch and operate a franchise.  A franchise fee is just one expense.  See the franchise disclosure document for all associated fees.


A rewarding home-based entrepreneurial career awaits you!
Have questions? Call us at 866-ATHLETE
or email us: [email protected]

This website and all of the franchise information on this site do not constitute an offer to sell a franchise. The offer of a franchise can only be made through a franchise disclosure document. Certain states require that we register the franchise disclosure document in those states. The communications on this web site are not directed by us to the residents of any of those states. Moreover, we will not offer or sell franchises in those states until we have registered the franchise (or obtained an applicable exemption from registration) and delivered the franchise disclosure document to the prospective franchisee in compliance with applicable law.  

There is no intent to make any financial claims regarding but not limited to earnings, revenue or profit.  Low cost or minimal investment terminology is from the Entrepreneur Magazine annual Low Cost category and ranking.
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