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Triathlon retail franchise will double in size in 2014, seeks entrepreneurial endurance enthusiasts as franchise partners in key markets

Madison, WI / http://www.myprgenie.com/ via ACCESSWIRE / March 11, 2014 / Endurance House (http://www.endurancehouse.com/), a growing chain of specialty retail stores catering to triathletes, runners and endurance athletes, announced today that it has finalized three franchise agreements that will bring five new Endurance House stores. The new locations include Orange County, California, Milwaukee, Wisconsin and a three store development for Tampa/Sarasota, Florida. Site selection is already underway, and store openings are tentatively scheduled for Fall 2014.

“We’re very excited that 2014 is off to a huge start,” said Endurance House Co-Founder Jamie Osborn. “With 4 operating locations in Middleton WI, Madison WI, Westminster CO and Oceanside CA, construction underway at Endurance House Alpharetta (Georgia), and 3 stores in development, Endurance House will be coast-to-coast by year end 2014, in many of the major markets hosting popular endurance events and huge populations of triathlon enthusiasts.”

The company is seeking those with a desire to “own their passion” for endurance sports to join its franchise network and develop individual stores or fulfill multi-unit agreements in key markets. Osborn says: “Endurance House represents a unique business opportunity, allowing franchise partners to do well by doing good- helping fellow athletes achieve their endurance goals.” Interested parties should contact Rachel Varn, Vice President of Franchise Development, at (443) 791-9700 or rvarn@endurancehouse.com or visit www.endurancehouse.com.

The Endurance House retail concept stands apart from others as an accessible and welcoming “one stop shop” for triathletes. The company helps its clientele “Redefine Their Possible” by staffing stores with trained endurance consultants who help guests select from a meticulously curated collection of gear and lead motivating team training programs and workshops. Signature services include the Endurance House Personalized Movement Profile(TM), a technology-infused consultation to ensure Endurance House guests get the most out of every stride, stroke or spin.

“We want to help everyone succeed on their transformative journey,” said Osborn. “That goes as much for the guests who come to us for advice as it does for the entrepreneurs who recognize Endurance House as a great opportunity for personal and professional success.”

About Endurance House

Endurance House was founded in Madison, Wisconsin, by Jamie and Tara Osborn, a husband and wife team, both accomplished triathletes. Endurance House has at its core a focus on building relationships with people to help them “Redefine Their Possible,” providing the knowledge, gear and motivation to meet and exceed their personal performance goals. For more information visit http://www.endurancehouse.com/ or follow Endurance House on Facebook: www.facebook.com/pages/Endurance-House/166971885860.

The Endurance House franchise opportunity takes this a step further, giving athlete-entrepreneurs the chance to “own their passion” and capitalize on triathlon growth. Franchise partners benefit from a proven operating model, extensive training, purchasing and marketing programs, site selection assistance, and many more components designed to give them the best potential for success. For more information, visit www.endurancehouse.com/ownafranchise.html.

Contact: Rachel Varn, rvarn@endurancehouse.com, 443.791.9700

 

Source: Endurance House

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