Invest in a Children’s Daycare and Preschool Franchise
It’s time that you take control of your future and invest in your own business. The child development industry is nearly recession-proof 1 and Entrepreneur Magazine names child care a top 10 industry to watch.2
Open a Doodle Bugs! Daycare and Preschool Franchise in Your Community
If you have the means, the vision and the ambition, Doodle Bugs! can help you make your goals a fulfilling reality. With over 20 years of experience, we will show you how to build a community of happy children, happy parents and happy teachers! Our corporate centers that were developed utilizing our new real estate strategy and open for at least 24 months averaged $1,854,431.46 of gross revenues and $721,095.78 in adjusted operating income in 2012.3
Doodle Bugs! is the Highest Quality Daycare and Preschool Franchise in the Industry
We encourage you to learn more about the competing daycare and preschool franchises, but don’t sign a franchise agreement until you visit a Doodle Bugs! location. Once you enter the doors of our center, the Doodle Bugs! difference will be clear.
1 The Early Childhood Longitudinal Study 2 Entrepreneur Magazine, December 2011 3 Figures reflect 2012 averages for franchisor-owned centers that were in operation for a period greater than 24 months in the Rochester, NY market. Our Franchise Disclosure Document contains financial details which support these figures. “Adjusted Operating Income” means earnings before interest, taxes, depreciation, amortization, rent/mortgage payments, and real estate taxes. These figures do not include royalty fees. A franchise owner’s results may differ from these figures.
This advertisement does not constitute a daycare franchise offering. Franchise offerings may only be made after your receipt of our Franchise Disclosure Document. Our daycare franchise is not being offered to residents of states requiring registration unless our franchise offering is registered and effective in the state. In New York: This advertisement is not an offering. An offering can only be made by a prospectus filed first with the Department of Law of the State of New York. Such filing does not constitute approval by the New York Department of Law.