Children’s Fitness franchise FitKid, launched a new incentive by reducing its franchise investment amount to help fight the governments new statistics on UK childhood obesity which is estimated to be as high as 30% of Children.
To enable FitKid to deliver more classes to assist the future UK lead a healthy lifestyle, FitKid has made a dramatic decision to match the predicted childhood obesity statistic by reducing the cost of it’s franchise package for a limited period by over 30% to only £ 4,995. Nicky Kay, The Fit Kid Managing Director says “It is important to us to spread the word about childhood obesity and to deliver many high quality physical activity classes to give our children the best possible start. With childhood obesity estimated to be over 30% by 2010, we all need to act now. This reduction shows the FitKid’s franchise commitment to get children active and healthy. Having recently consulted to Nickelodeon Kids TV on their latest Mini movers campaign that encourages Children to get active, FitKid is very excited about ensuring that as many children as possible have access to FitKid classes in their local area.
The FitKid franchise in the UK is a comprehensive package which includes onsite training including a national qualification, fun fitness equipment and FitKid merchandise. Read more.
November 4, 2008 by Cris | 0 Comments