As an i9 Sports league owner, you have control
One of the advantages of owning a business is that you’re able to manage your own schedule, and that’s especially true with i9 Sports®. Running your own business is a lot of work, and you must be willing to put in the effort to be successful. But the advantage of i9 Sports is that you can make that effort on your own schedule.
More than that, you can work from home as an i9 Sports owner, which gives you even more control of your schedule. You save time by not having to drive — or commute — to an office.
Setting your own schedule
Do you wish you could spend more time with your kids? Wish you could stop being a road warrior? What if you could manage your own schedule? What if you had the flexibility to drive your children to school in the morning or pick them up in the afternoon? What if you could schedule your work around family time like dinner and bedtime? What if you never had to miss another play or recital?
Owning an i9 Sports franchise provides the flexibility you need to put important family time first. Running a business is hard work, but it shouldn’t come at the expense of those you love.
What do franchisees say?
Steve Cox, an i9 Sports owner in Columbus, Ohio, says, ”When searching for a business, it was imperative to find something that allowed me the freedom to have quality time with my wife and daughter, not just see them for a few hours a day.”
To learn more about Steve and owning an i9 Sports franchise, see A Day in the Life of a Franchise Owner.
Janson Kinsley is an i9 Sports owner in Minnesota. Before opening an i9 Sports location, he had a job where he worked 60- to 70-hour weeks, including weekends, nights, and holidays. At the time, he and his wife had a child and another on the way.
Read more about how the Kinsleys discovered i9 Sports here. They’ve done so well that they’ve opened a second territory in the Minneapolis market.
i9 Sports is the nation’s first youth sports league franchise. It offers flag football, soccer, baseball, lacrosse, basketball, and volleyball to children between the ages of 3 and 14. To learn more about the opportunities with i9 Sports, fill out the form on this page to download our free franchise report.