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Archive: January 2014

On January 30th, 2014

Join the Discussion

Live Tweet with i9 Sports i9 Sports will host a #TweetChat tomorrow, January 31, from 12-3 PM EDT. This is an open forum to ask questions about i9 Sports, the franchise opportunity, the business model, or whatever you want! Franchise Development Manager, Danielle O’Neil, will be answering your questions live. So join the discussion and ...

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On January 28th, 2014

From Program Director to Franchise Owner – i9 Sports launches in San Diego

Aaron Abrams is no stranger to i9 Sports. He was the i9 Sports Program Director in Honolulu for three years. “I’ve always wanted to own my own business but I wanted to make sure that it was something that I had an interest in. My lifelong love of sports, working with kids, and being a ...

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On January 24th, 2014

Top Ranked Franchise – Again!

i9 Sports named a top ranked franchise, again! We are excited to announce that i9 Sports has been ranked a top franchise yet again! A survey conducted by independent market research firm, Franchise Business Review, measures franchisee satisfaction on many levels including profitability, overall satisfaction with their decision to purchase the franchise and whether they ...

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On January 10th, 2014

Children’s Franchises Are a No-Brainer

Children’s Franchises Are a No-Brainer by Ed Teixeira Individuals interested in franchise opportunities that offer both broad market demand and consistent growth should consider children’s franchises.  An additional reason is that the majority of children’s franchises, with few exceptions, require a reasonable investment. Whether you’re a retired school teacher or someone that enjoys working with ...

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On January 6th, 2014

A unique approach to youth sports leagues

i9 Sports featured in the Tampa Bay Times Promoting fun, safety and convenience is at the heart of i9 Sports. Our approach to youth sports leagues is different than others with the focus on fun and good sportsmanship and less about the score or the outcome of the game. Parents are happy about the low-conflict ...

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