Lisa Ifland, Franchise Owner
YOU CAN OWN YOUR BUSINESS AND YOUR FUTURE
FRANCHISE WITH PINCH A PENNY—THE NATION’S LARGEST SWIMMING POOL RETAIL, SERVICE, AND REPAIR FRANCHISE.
Average Unit Sales
With 45+ years of sales growth, and average store revenue of $1.5 million*, our franchise owners enjoy the rewards of helping homeowners make their backyards the best places to be in the neighborhood with everything that fosters more fun, from pools and spas to grills and more.
*For the year ending December 31, 2020, Pinch A Penny had 257 stores open. Of those stores, 253 have been open at least one year. Of those open at least one year, the average annual gross sales were $1,525,624 and some stores (40%) had annual gross sales that exceeded the average. Your results may differ. There is no assurance that you will do as well. See our 2021 Franchise Disclosure Document for more information.
Hear why Franchise Owner Mike Stevens calls franchising with Pinch A Penny the best decision he’s ever made.
“Next to marrying my wife, this is the best decision that I’ve ever made. Pinch A Penny is the best decision I’ve ever made because I’ve always wanted to run my own business. You have the flexibility to add additional services and additional merchandise to your product line. I love getting to know the customers in my community, meeting the same people every single day. Having a flexible schedule. And as I mentioned earlier, working with the corporate office is second to none, They’re like a family. It’s more of a culture than it is a company.”
AN INDUSTRY OF 10 MILLION1 POOLS & GROWING.
We serve the needs of pool and spa owners in their communities with products, services, and maintenance with over 255 locations across the Southeastern U.S. and Texas. With a blend of best-in-class service and industry-leading expertise, our customer base remains loyal, satisfied, and growing for more than four decades. In an industry worth an estimated $15 billion², Pinch A Penny offers a world of potential waiting for you.
“I have been a Pinch A Penny franchise owner for a little over 16 years now. The best part about being a Pinch a Penny franchise owner is I get to work alongside my family. My brother’s at my store with me, so I get to see him every day and I work closely with my father even though the store is a little bit further away in South Tampa. I enjoy the guys that I work with. I love the customers. It’s just a fun environment to work in.
Owning a Pinch A Penny franchise has allowed me to provide for myself, for my family, you know, kind of live a good life. Being in the positions that I was in before where I was working for someone else, this is so much better to have the ownership of the store.
You can find me there every day, but it doesn’t feel the same as working for someone else and having to put in those hours because you’re working for yourself and you’re building something. And for me, I’m building something with my family and I’m building something with the Pinch A Penny family as well.”
THE PERFECT pH FOR A SUCCESSFUL FRANCHISE BUSINESS
Pinch A Penny has just the right mix of business model, marketing and support that leads to a healthy business.
PROVEN BUSINESS MODEL
We’ve grown from a single family-owned business to 255+ locations across the Southeastern U.S. and Texas.
MULTIPLE REVENUE STREAMS
Benefit from three revenue streams: best-in-class retail store, pool maintenance routes and pool repairs.
THE MOST SATISFIED FRANCHISE OWNERS
We’re consistently ranked in the top 10% of most satisfied Franchise Owners as surveyed by Franchise Business Review.
WE’RE MAKING WAVES
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