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April 28, 2020
i9 Sports franchise review: Alli Hall of Kissimmee, Florida

Franchisee found more time with family, more control over her future and a more emotionally rewarding career with i9 Sports ownership Having no background in personal sports herself was never an obstacle for Alli Hall, who owns an i9 Sports

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April 20, 2020
i9 Sports and coronavirus: How i9 Sports is helping franchisees navigate the pandemic

You can learn a lot about our brand based on how we respond during a crisis “We may not be able to take the field today, or even tomorrow, but when we do, i9 Sports will be there in full

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March 26, 2020
i9 Sports franchise review: Michelle Mudge-Riley of Louisville, Kentucky

A love of sports and a passion for entrepreneurship prompted the doctor to move her family from Texas to Kentucky to make the most of the i9 Sports franchise opportunity Dr. Michelle Mudge-Riley knew from the start that she wanted

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March 13, 2020
We’re so much more than a youth baseball league

Baseball is a great intro sport for kids. But you have a clear business advantage over a youth baseball league when you can offer 5 more sports. Baseball is a great introductory sport for kids. It teaches hand-eye coordination, non-contact

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February 20, 2020
i9 Sports franchise review: Colton Wyatt of Fort Worth, Texas

Former i9 Sports employee’s ownership journey: First his mom bought an i9 Sports franchise. Then he took over. Here’s why he is all in. Colton Wyatt has always been athletic. He played “pretty much every sport” until his high school

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February 13, 2020
Why sampling sports, rather than specializing in one, is better for kids

Our youth sports franchise allows children to play up to 6 different sports in a non-competitive environment that lets them thrive The 10,000-hour rule, which says that you need to spend 10,000 hours practicing something in order to become an

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January 23, 2020
i9 Sports franchise review: Dan Jacobson of Portland, Oregon

Franchisee invests in i9 Sports franchise and creates a family legacy business Dan Jacobson bought his i9 Sports franchise in Portland, Oregon, in 2015 and opened for his first season in the spring of 2016. Finding employees wasn’t hard —

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January 9, 2020
A focus on fun

Among sports franchises for kids, i9 Sports stands out by providing a better experience for players and their parents Can you imagine what it’s like to never be picked last for the team, because everyone automatically gets included? Do you

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December 12, 2019
i9 Sports franchise review: Tyler Himmelman of Denver

He loved kids. He loved sports. He was ready to start his own business. i9 Sports was the solution Tyler Himmelman didn’t know he was looking for Tyler Himmelman was already doing what he loved, working with children and families

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November 26, 2019
We’re not some ordinary rec league

Find out how our hyper-focus on experience is changing the way youth sports are played When parents talk, we win. And talk they do. Like wildfire, says one franchisee. After experiencing frustration with rec leagues and non-profit sports leagues, they

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