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Young Rembrandts Draws Plans for Continued Expansion in 2020

Early Childhood Art Education Franchise Reflects on Growth in 2019 and Looks Towards Continued Advancement in the New Year

ELGIN, Ill. – Young Rembrandts, America’s leading childhood art enrichment program, is celebrating a monumental year as it draws plans for new growth in 2020.

In 2019, the brand opened 11 locations and entered into three new markets including Mumbai, Maharashtra. This is the first location in India for Young Rembrandts and the new market has high potential for growth and international expansion. The other new markets include Central Florida and Sacramento Valley.

“2019 was an exceptional year for the Young Rembrandts team. We opened several locations domestically and even expanded our international presence,” said Bette Fetter, CEO and Founder of Young Rembrandts. “The Young Rembrandts location in India is a prime example that art is universal – a language everyone can speak.”

Young Rembrandts has plenty to look forward to in 2020. Former Marketing Director Lizi Wahl has taken over the Director of Operations position as former Director of Operations, Julie Rhodes, has moved to Arizona to manage an existing, long-term Young Rembrandts franchise location.

“It is incredibly rewarding to say that we have passed the 30 year milestone and have no sign of slowing down.” said Bette Fetter, CEO and founder of Young Rembrandts. “The mission of Young Rembrandts is to teach children the joys and importance of art, and it is humbling knowing so many of our franchisees are just as passionate about spreading this mission as I was 32 years ago.”

Young Rembrandts has become a leader in art education. It is an international franchise business that prides itself on bringing both academics and the arts together. Young Rembrandts partners with preschools, elementary schools and community centers to supply their art education programs in a positive, highly successful environment.

Entrepreneurially spirited individuals interested in owning a Young Rembrandts franchise should have the ability to invest $41,250, which includes working capital and a typical franchise fee of $34,500. Plus, Young Rembrandts is a proud partner of the VetFran program. Approved candidates receive 10 percent off of the total franchise fee.

About Young Rembrandts

Young Rembrandts is a recognized leader in art education, offering a curriculum focused on teaching children to draw, using demonstration and a structured step-by-step process. Through the process of weekly instruction students are exposed to a wide variety of subject matter, artistic concepts, art history and mastery of their materials. Classes are taught to children ages 3 ½ to 12 years old. Young Rembrandts teaches more than 40,000 students each week in 31 states and four provinces. Through franchising, Young Rembrandts offers individuals the chance to grow their own business while creating a positive impact within the community.

To learn more about Young Rembrandts franchise opportunities, visit: www.youngrembrandtsfranchise.com.

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