Learning to swim provides mental and physical benefits for children, not the least of which includes a lifetime of safety in and around water. When the time comes for your family to consider those all-important first lessons, here’s a full rundown of all the gear you’ll need to keep your child safe and ready to learn. Before you get started, it’s always a good idea to get acquainted with your child’s swim instructor and at SafeSplash, each and every one of our teachers can answer any questions you have.
There’s no better time than the heat of the summer to refocus your commitment to water safety. With a reported 10 drowning deaths every single day, it’s imperative that we all do what we can to combat the risk. Particularly vulnerable to drowning are our children between one-to-four years of age. One of the most effective ways to reduce drowning risk is to participate in formal swimming lessons, especially for children and some other higher-risk populations, those with special needs.
Swim schools offer franchise owners two kinds of investment – one, as that of a business owner, and two – an investment in the future of your community’s children. For those who want to make their entrepreneurial dreams a reality, as well as those who are learning how to swim, it’s all about unlocking new experiences. Whether you want to become your own boss or learn a lifelong skill, franchising with Streamline Brands swim schools is a win-win proposition.
In the quest to find the perfect franchise ownership opportunity, one of the first things candidates assess is whether or not a particular business model is seasonal in nature. Most first-time small business owners are looking for a year-round opportunity that includes the full 12-months of income-generating activity. This is exactly what you’ll find with SafeSplash, SwimLabs, and Swimtastic Swim School brands that operate as part of the Streamline Brands family.
With most of the country’s economy shut down right now, it seems that all retail services businesses are nearly at ground zero of the economic impact zone of the crisis. Businesses that require person-to-person interaction to generate revenue are some of the hardest-hit businesses. They have gone from record-breaking revenues in our “service economy” to zero revenue overnight. The Swim School industry absolutely is in this category.