Step 1 Complete the request more information form
The first step is to fill out a Contact Us or Request More Information form. Take your time to review the Tapout Fitness introduction and franchise brochure that will be sent to you. Determine if you are interested in learning more or believe that you may be well-suited for this type of business opportunity. It will be equally as important for us to learn a little bit about you, your business experience and plans for owning a Tapout Fitness business.
Step 2 Have an introductory call with our franchise development manager
Set up a Program Review phone call. This is a no-obligation phone call that normally takes about 20 minutes and is designed to answer your initial questions. This helps to determine if this opportunity is well-suited for your personal and financial goals. We’ll discuss your motivations, business experience, and financial resources and discuss market areas or territory availability. We’ll review the business opportunity, company history, systems, training program, support services and financing options available.
If after this initial phone call we both agree to move forward, you’ll be invited to complete our franchise application. Click here to complete our Franchise Application Form.
Step 3 Submit application for approval
Once the application has been submitted and is being reviewed by our committee, you will be able to continue with your due diligence and research on Tapout Fitness, the industry and growing consumer demand. After your application has been approved, you’ll have the opportunity to speak with members of our support team and attend a behind the scenes webinar where we’ll demonstrate a number of the systems, features and benefits Tapout Fitness has to offer. These webinars normally take about 60 minutes and are designed to demonstrate some of the real nuts and bolts and the support systems the company has available for you, the business owner. After your webinar, if both Parties wish to continue with our mutual due diligence, we’ll send you a copy of our Franchise Disclosure Document (FDD) for your review. To schedule a webinar please call to schedule an appointment.
Step 4 Receive a Franchise disclosure document (FDD)
The Franchise Disclosure Document (FDD) explains the franchise offering in detail and includes a copy of the franchise agreement. We will offer to review these documents with you to answer any questions you may have and allow you the time needed to have the documents reviewed by your own advisors.
After you have reviewed the franchise agreement, you’ll have the opportunity to speak with members of our support team and attend a behind-the-scenes webinar where we’ll demonstrate a number of the tools, features and benefits Tapout Fitness has to offer.
To schedule a webinar please call.
Step 5 Interview
We are intent on working with customer service-driven and entrepreneurial-minded business owners within Tapout Fitness. Not everyone is the right fit for this business, so one of the final steps in the process is a one-on-one interview with our head of franchise development. During this time, we’ll answer any remaining questions you have about starting your business and both of you can decide whether or not to move forward. This step provides for a mutual evaluation to decide if the fit is right for both of us.
Step 6 Sign agreements and welcome to the team!
Once you have signed your agreement and submitted the appropriate fees, the agreement will be countersigned and you officially become a Tapout Fitness franchise partner. Welcome to the team!
Step 7 Training and preparation to launch
After the agreement has been executed, you will receive your initial training and Welcome Package. During this time, you will learn more about the business methods, site selection process, equipment, training classes, product merchandising and the many benefits of being part of the Tapout Fitness Franchise team.
This information is not intended as an offer to sell, or the solicitation of an offer to buy, a franchise. It is for informational purposes only. An offer or solicitation can only be made by a franchise disclosure document. This communication is not directed to residents of any jurisdiction that requires registration of a franchise prior to offering and selling a franchise in such jurisdiction. No franchises will be sold to any resident of any such jurisdiction until the offering has been registered and declared effective by such jurisdiction and the required offering circular has been delivered to the prospective franchisee in compliance with applicable law.
At the present time, we are not registered in any of the following states, and therefore, do not and cannot solicit franchise sales in or direct offers to these states: California, Hawaii, Illinois, Indiana, Maryland, Michigan, Minnesota, New York, North Dakota, Rhode Island, South Dakota, Virginia, Washington and Wisconsin.