The Average Annual Sales of a Pinch A Penny Retail Store is over $1,000,000! In fact, taking into account all Retail Operations that have been in business for all of 2016, average annual sales are over $1.2 million. While there is no assurance that your Pinch A Penny Retail Store will do as well as these retail stores, it’s safe to say that Pinch A Penny’s numbers speak for themselves.*
*For the year ending December 31, 2018, Pinch A Penny had 248 stores open. Of those stores, 238 have been open at least one year. Of those open at least one year, the average annual gross sales were $1,257,388. 88 stores (37%) had annual gross sales that exceeded the average. Your results may differ. There is no assurance that you will do as well. See our 2019 Franchise Disclosure Document for more information.
We’re founded on the belief that only together can we achieve the kind of unparalleled success we’ve enjoyed to date. When you buy a Pinch A Penny store, you become a part of the family. We’ll support you in both opening your store, which includes sales training and merchandising, and giving you an in-depth knowledge of the technical aspects of the business.
Our primary training courses are conducted at the Pinch A Penny Corporate Headquarters in Clearwater, Florida, by some of the industry’s most knowledgeable experts. Our Training Coordinator is a Certified Pool Operator Instructor recognized by the National Swimming Pool Foundation and Certified Aquatic Facility Operators.
Your Training Coordinator will leave no stone unturned. After all, the more you know about what you sell and why you sell it, the more valuable your business will be – for both you and your customers. In fact, we’ve found the key to any franchisee’s success is the ability to develop a loyal customer base through extensive knowledge and customer service, which is unmatched by your competitors.
Our award-winning efforts have helped foster our “expert” reputation in the minds of our target audiences. And we have one of the most sophisticated pool owner databases to make sure we’re getting our message to the right people.