OWN A PINCH A PENNY FRANCHISE
You don’t need experience with pool chemicals or maintenance to invest in a Pinch A Penny franchise—many of our most successful Franchise Owners have backgrounds outside of pool service. We provide all the training, but you will need the drive, business acumen, and desire to serve your community. Candidates should have a net worth of $350,000.
PINCH A PENNY FRANCHISE COSTS
The initial investment to open a franchise is between $289,375 – $411,200. This covers expenses such as build-out, real estate, vehicles, products, supplies and equipment as well as training, insurance, legal and government costs, and additional funds. It also includes the franchise fee of $50,000. Ongoing fees include a 6% royalty fee and a 4% advertising fee.
Seize the opportunity
Pools are big repeat business generators – customers spend thousands every year on cleaning, repairs and accessories. Don’t miss out on a franchise opportunity that’s always in demand.
PINCH A PENNY NEW STORE FINANCING PROGRAM
Pinch A Penny offers qualified candidates competitive financing, designed to streamline your path to ownership. The financing program covers up to 80% of project costs with a competitive rate, flexible payment terms and no SBA fees. Inquire to find out if you qualify.
A ROADMAP OF THE FRANCHISE PROCESS
Contact Pinch A Penny using the form below.
Have a follow-up call with our development personnel. If you like what you hear, complete a franchise application.
Have a local meeting with a member of the development team, and review our Franchise Disclosure Document (FDD).
Attend a Discovery Day, and tour our campus (which includes our chemical manufacturing plant and distribution facility) in Clearwater, Florida and meet our leadership team.
Develop your Business Plan through the guidance of our support team and our Franchise Owners.
Sign the Franchise Agreement and together we begin your Site Selection, Construction and Merchandising Plan. This is a full turnkey process, with our industry experts leading the way.
Hear from Multi-Unit Franchise Owner Lee Goodman on why you don’t need pool industry experience to own a Pinch A Penny.