WHAT IS MY FRANCHISE EARNING POTENTIAL?

Let’s begin with how our youth sports franchise owners make money.

i9 Sports® franchise owners make money primarily through the registration fees paid by participants to play in our leagues, camps, clinics, and after-school programs. Our franchise owners build market share and a loyal following by offering multiple sports, at multiple locations, four seasons a year.

In addition to registration fees, our youth sports franchise owners generate supplemental revenue from local sponsor advertisements, concessions, merchandise and partnership fees.

What makes i9 Sports® the best franchise opportunity for you? Your franchise earning potential is truly dependent on your efforts. An i9 Sports® franchise is a complete system for success providing all of the tools necessary to make each franchise thrive, how aggressively you market, how many sports and venues you offer each season, and the quality of the programs you provide, all determine how big your franchise earning potential can be.

The following information is summarized from Item 19 of our Franchise Disclosure Document (FDD).

The tables above are only 2 of the 5 charts in Item 19 of our FDD showing the average player registration revenues, as well as the highest and lowest registration revenues reported by our 99 full-time franchisee units which were open and operating for more than 12 months as of December 31, 2015, and which operated at an average of at least one venue for three seasons, as well as two core sports during the 2015 calendar year. Our Item 19 includes 5 Charts which: (i) break down the 99 i9 Sports locations which meet the criteria above into 5 different groups based on how long the locations were open as of December 31, 2015; and (ii) detail the Average Registration Revenue of each group over the 13 month period from December 1, 2014 through December 31, 2015. The 2 tables above reflect the highest and lowest groups in terms of the amount of time the locations were operating.

Notes:

  1. There were a total of 63 Franchise Units operating for 60 or more months as of December 31, 2015.
  2. Of the 63 total Franchise Units that were open and operating for more than 60 months as of December 31, 2015, the highest level of revenue achieved by a Franchise Unit in this group was $1,182,288.
  3. There are a total of 12 Franchise Units that comprise the Top 20% of the 63 total Franchise Units in this group. 5 units were above and 7 units were below the average revenue for this group.
  4. There are a total of 24 Franchise Units that comprise the Top 40% of the 63 total Franchise Units in this group. 9 units were above and 15 units were below the average revenue for this group.
  5. There are a total of 36 Franchise Units that comprise the Top 60% of the 63 total Franchise Units in this group. 14 units were above and 22 units were below the average revenue for this group.
  6. There are a total of 48 Franchise Units that comprise the Top 80% of the 63 total Franchise Units in this group. 16 units were above and 32 units were below the average revenue for this group.
  7. Of the 63 total Franchise Units that were open and operating for more than 60 months as of December 31, 2015, 23 of the Franchise Units generated higher Revenue than the Average Revenue of $359,026 and 40 of the Franchise Units generated lower Revenue than this average.
  8. Of the 63 total Franchise Units that were open and operating for more than 60 months as of December 31, 2015, the lowest level revenue achieved in this group was $69,967.
  9. There were a total of 9 Franchise Units operating between 13 and 24 months as of December 31, 2015.
  10. Of the total of 9 Franchise Units that were open and operating between 13 and 24 months as of December 31, 2015, 5 of the Franchise Units generated higher Revenue than the Average Revenue $126,401, and 4 of the Franchise Units generated lower Revenue than this average.

To review all the tables in Item 19 of our Franchise Disclosure Document (FDD), please contact us to request your full copy. Caution: Because the success of your franchise will depend largely upon your individual abilities, your results are likely to differ from the results summarized above and should not be considered as the actual or probable results that your i9 Sports business will realize. There is no assurance that you will do as well. If you rely upon our figures, you must accept the risk that you may not do as well.