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Frequently Asked Questions
Currently, select territories are available to develop new PickUp USA Fitness clubs. If you are awarded a franchise, you will develop, own and operate a PickUp USA in your desired area.
As detailed in Item 7 of our Franchise Disclosure Document, the total initial investment necessary to begin operation of a PickUp USA Fitness Club ranges from $402,266 – $999,054. This includes $35,000 that must be paid as an initial franchise fee. This also includes additional funds (working capital), to operate your business during the initial period of operations.
To get started, franchise candidates, either individually or cumulatively amongst a group of investors, should have a minimum of $300,000 in liquid capital and $600,000 in net worth. This gives a new franchisee the base financials to attempt to obtain necessary bank financing to be properly capitalized to launch a PickUp USA.
As detailed in Item 6 of our Franchise Disclosure Document, our current royalty is 6% of gross revenue, plus a system marketing fund contribution up to 2% of gross revenues; currently the system marketing fund contribution is only 1% of gross revenues. More details on our fees and royalties can be found in Item 6 of our Franchise Disclosure Document.
Potential customers are men, women, and children seeking a gym for basketball training or to play basketball games, as well as individuals looking for traditional gym services and amenities, like cardio, weights, etc. Over 60 million people belong to fitness clubs nationwide, and over 30 million participate in basketball activities! PickUp USA is the only basketball-focused fitness club in existence, which provides a tremendous opportunity for our clubs to serve this market.
PickUp USA Clubs have 4 streams of revenue: monthly membership dues, private training packages, retail merchandise & concession sales, and private court rental fees. This gives the opportunity to develop monthly recurring receivables collected through automatic EFT for memberships and continuous court rental groups, as well as revenue generated on non-recurring sales of private training packages, merchandise, and initiation fees.
While PickUp USA does not offer financing to franchisees, we will suggest a variety of financing sources to assist you, including connecting you with our third party lending partners, who will provide consultation on financing the development of your club.
The performance of a franchise location will be dependent on many factors, including: club location, skills and effort of the franchisee, market conditions, etc. During the discovery process, we will send you selected historical performance metrics, to support you in developing projections for your club’s performance.
While not required, a passion for fitness and basketball is a huge plus! Owning a fitness club is a tremendous opportunity to build a business doing something you love.
We’re excited to potentially work with you! To get started, please fill out the form below, and we will send you additional details on our franchise program, as well as follow-up with you to answer any preliminary questions you have. You may also contact us 24 hours a day at: 800-584-9507
Interested in opening a PickUp USA in your area?
Fill out the form below, and we will email you additional details on qualifications for being awarded a PickUp USA Franchise. You may also contact us directly at 800-584-9507.
This is not an offer to sell a franchise, nor is it a solicitation of an offer to buy a franchise. An offer is only made after delivery of a Franchise Disclosure Document to you. If you are a resident of a U.S. state or a country that regulates the offer and sale of franchises, or you are receiving this message in one of those states or countries, or you intend to operate a franchise in such a state or country, we will not offer you a franchise unless and until we have complied with applicable law.