There is nothing quite as tough as trying to work off baby weight. It’s those few pounds that seem to just want to stick around forever.
Nine years ago Kristen Horler found herself in a position where she didn’t want to drop her child off at daycare and go to work. So she started working out with fellow moms at the park reports WUSF. She named her business Baby Boot Camp.
Starting up a business on your own can be daunting, but one Sarasota mom found a low cost way to make it happen. Now she’s sharing her success with others.
Horler began helping women start Baby Boot Camps in their own hometowns, and now the chain has grown to 140 franchise locations across the country.
She credits her success to low franchise fees of less than $3,000 and no facility requirements, since most classes are held in parks.
Logo from Baby Boot Camp
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