Drama Kids International Announces Recognition As Top Franchise Opportunity
Drama provider ranks among the best with Entrepreneur Magazine, America’s Best Franchises and Franchise Gator
Leesburg, VA , February 5, 2015 — Drama Kids International, the nation’s largest afterschool drama company announced today that, in addition to numerous other recent honors, it has just been named as the 36th best franchise opportunity in the 2015 Franchise Gator Top 100 rankings.
“We studied hundreds of FDD’s in an effort to put this list together, focusing on such aspects as financial stability and franchisee retention. Additional information outside the franchise disclosure document was also gathered, and we spoke with several industry professionals in the process,” said Eric Bell, Franchise Gator General Manager.
This ranking is the latest in a number of top honors that the Drama Kids organization has received recently. Others include:
- Entrepreneur Magazine’s Top 50 Low Investment Franchise Concepts
- Entrepreneur Magazine’s Franchise 500
- America’s Best Franchises Top 50 Best Franchises
“We are excited that these highly respected organizations have recognized and appreciate the significant opportunities that Drama Kids offers to our franchise owners” said Drama Kids President, Charlie Kerr. “We take great pride in the fact that we provide franchise owners with the opportunity to love what they do, enjoy a flexible lifestyle, make a powerful and significant impact on the lives of children, and build a successful business for themselves that they can take pride in.”
In addition to the fun, fast paced, and developmental curriculum consisting of over 450 unique and detailed lessons, and the low overhead and high revenue business model that the Drama Kids franchise opportunity provides its owners, Drama Kids International is noted for the superior training and support that it provides to all franchise owners. These were major considerations that allowed the company to receive these honors.
Drama Kids is recognized as a leader in the children’s educational and enrichment arena with a proven business model and over 35 years of success. The company uses a very different, developmental curriculum in its program that enables children to learn how to think creatively and confidently express themselves. These same skills can be the building blocks that help children achieve personally, academically and professionally.
“We continue to aggressively seek qualified new franchise owners in markets throughout the U.S. and plan on adding many more qualified individuals to the Drama Kids network of franchise owners in the months and years to come,” said Kerr.