Frequently Asked Questions

How much money can I make?

An Add a Bounce franchise may generate around $50,000.00 in net income or even more annually. Nevertheless profitability depends on many factors including operating costs, promotion and publicity and most importantly, your ability to operate the business effectively. Moreover, if potential franchisee candidates wish to operate an existing Add a Bounce franchise, according to our analytics they can expect it to have a customer base of around 250-300 loyal customers.

Is there an opportunity to acquire more than one Add a Bounce franchise?

Add a Bounce is an equal opportunity franchiser by choice. Add a Bounce is seeking individuals who are capable of operating multiple locations. Candidates who have successfully operated multiple businesses may be suited to operating several Add a Bounce franchises.

Is Add a Bounce seeking women and minority Owner/Operators?

Add a Bounce welcomes the idea and is committed to increasing the number of minority and women operators.

Does Add a Bounce franchise to partnerships or investors?

Add a Bounce does franchise to partnerships and/or investors, provided that all partners and/or investors fulfill the criteria and terms and conditions set forth by Add a Bounce.

I have equipment(s)/assets that would be ideal for a new Add a Bounce franchise; will Add a Bounce allow the equipment(s)/assets and award the franchise to me?

We expect all franchisees to only provide equipments/products/services that are provided and approved by Add a Bounce. This is to provide better and similar products/services to our customers across our various franchises; moreover it is also because we believe that the equipments/products/services provided and approved by Add a Bounce will allow our franchises to be a success.

Can you still get an Add a Bounce franchise (in the United States) and how much does it cost?

Yes, Add a Bounce continually seeks qualified individuals to become franchisees. For more information about acquiring an Add a Bounce Franchise, please see section: Acquiring a Franchise.