Owning a Rhea Lana’s franchise offers many appealing aspects for families. For example, Rhea Lana’s franchise owners are able to pursue a career while still maintaining the flexibility of a part-time work schedule. This fact makes owning a Rhea Lana’s franchise an attractive option for mothers who desire to stay at home while still earning income. Also, Rhea Lana’s franchises require a relatively low startup cost when compared to many other franchise opportunities. These are just some of the aspects that make owning a Rhea Lana’s franchise so appealing to young families. Currently, the company holds 47 semi-annual consignment events in 16 states.
Founded by Rhea Lana Riner in her living room 14 years ago and headquartered in Conway, Arkansas, Rhea Lana’s Children’s Consignment hosts semi-annual sales. The company is the first consignment sale in the country to offer on-line management and real time tracking of merchandise through a computerized inventory system and a convenient mobile application.
Franchise Fee: $8,000-$10,500; Royalties: 1-3%
Via PR Web
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