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Young Rembrandts Illustrates New Picturesque Franchising Strategy for 2019

Young Rembrandts Illustrates New Picturesque Franchising Strategy for 2019

Illustrious childhood art education draws on mid-year success and outlines new expansion plans through end of year and beyond

 ELGINIll. – Building on the momentum of a sensational national campaign celebrating the brand’s 30th anniversary in 2018, Young Rembrandts has etched its name in stone as the leading childhood art enrichment program with the announcement of a new franchising initiative to bring its proprietary art education curriculum to even more kids and communities across the country.

With more than 100 existing franchise partners already in place in the United States and across the globe, Young Rembrandts has identified several additional new markets targeted for expansion as part of the brand’s strategic effort to provide its cognitive development-centric art curriculum programs into the second half of 2018 and onward into 2019.

“Young Rembrandts celebrated 30 years in business this year, which is not only an incredible milestone but the turning of a leaf and marking of an era. The generation of students we first started with are now bringing their own children to Young Rembrandts,” said Bette Fetter, founder and CEO. “It’s truly humbling to see this program’s legacy come to fruition and it’s the reason why we want to bring our specialized art enrichment program to even more students and communities across the country through franchising.”

Young Rembrandts’ new masterpiece franchising strategy places it on track to sign 20 to 25 new franchise agreements by the end of 2019 amid further growth into 11 key markets, including California, Massachusetts, New York and Texas, among several others.

The brand’s strategic growth initiative comes amid newly opened locations in West Houston, Texas as well as San Diego, in addition to transfers of existing territories to new franchisees in Ohio, Virginia, Wisconsin and Washington state.

A unique art enrichment program that solely focuses on cognitive development through drawing, Young Rembrandts is based on the belief that when foundational art skills are taught to preschoolers and elementary students, there is a strong correlation between that involvement in the arts and future strong academic performance and personal achievement.

“The strength of our concept comes from our franchisees, and the passion and dedication they bring to our mission and to the communities they serve – the proof is in our annual franchisee sales, which continue to increase year over year,” added Fetter. “Our ideal candidate is persistent, a problem solver and a team player, and they have the people skills needed to bring our curriculum to as many children as possible. We’re an investment opportunity for an individual who wants to create an independent, profitable lifestyle.”

Through its unique methodology that gives kids the confidence to create art with a great amount of skill, Young Rembrandts helps kids boost cognitive development, hand-eye coordination, spatial learning and critical thinking. Unlike many other childhood art enrichment programs, Young Rembrandts provides students with a tangible takeaway project with each lesson. Students are able to learn a new technique and complete a finished, exceptional piece of artwork within a single class period.

As Young Rembrandts continues to trace more paths into new communities across the country, the concept is awarding the franchise opportunity to highly qualified entrepreneurs with the desire to carry on Young Rembrandts’ mission through art and drawing lessons, as well as being a brand ambassador within their communities. Franchisees lead art instructors to teach students the fundamentals of drawing using Young Rembrandts’ unique curriculum and step-by-step teaching method.

Ideal franchisees include former educators as well as business professionals that enjoy working with children and are looking for a meaningful and profitable home-based business model.

In order to be eligible to open a Young Rembrandts franchise, candidates must have at least $40,000 in liquid capital and net worth of $100,000. The total investment cost to open a new franchise territory ranges between $41,250 to $48,120, which includes the franchisee fee of $34,500. Young Rembrandts awards franchisees with protected, exclusive territories for success that are large in size and designated by zip code.

To learn more about Young Rembrandts, visit https://www.youngrembrandts.com.

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

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, visit https://www.youngrembrandts.com.

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

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