Franchise Spotlight: Anytime Fitness

Anytime Fitness has been franchising since 2002 and has more than 3,300 gyms and nearly 3 million members worldwide. Anytime Fitness clubs pride themselves on being open 24 hours a day, every day of the year. Thanks to their high-tech security systems, the gym doesn’t require 24-hour staff, which keeps employment costs lower compared to other gym & fitness franchises.

Here’s what you need to know if you’re considering an Anytime Fitness franchise:

Industry: Gym & Fitness Franchise

Website: www.anytimefitnessfranchise.com

Seeking Franchisees: Worldwide

Financial Requirements

Initial Franchise Fee: $20,000 – $39,500

Total Initial Investment: $89,350 – $677,800

Ongoing Royalty Fee: $449-$549/mo.

Liquid Cash Requirement: $100,000

Net Worth Requirement: $300,000

Franchisee Support

Training at Headquarters: 80 hours

Training on-site: 10 hours

Ongoing Support:

  • Purchasing co-ops
  • Newsletter
  • Meetings
  • Toll-free line
  • Grand opening
  • Internet
  • Security
  • Field operations

Marketing Support:

  • Co-op Advertising
  • Ad slicks
  • National media
  • Regional media

 

Learn more about funding an Anytime Fitness Franchise.

For an overview of the gym & fitness industry at large, download our industry report.

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