The Camp: Transforming Lives from Coast to Coast
Founded by a team with vast experience in weight loss through a combination of physical exercise, nutrition, and motivation, The Camp Transformation Center has been transforming lives from coast to coast while creating the ultimate business opportunity for those with a passion for supporting others.
Our business model was not born in a boardroom. It was born in a gym – following years of providing individuals with the methods to transform their bodies and minds through weight loss within a unique culture of mutual support that is like no other fitness program you've ever encountered.
After years of success, our founders started to be approached by many of our members and staff hoping to build on their experience by becoming owners of their own centers, and our national franchise development began. Today there are over 90 Camp centers operating throughout the country.
The Camp is growing rapidly, so, if you have a true passion for fitness, and you'd like to learn all the details about what sets us apart in this explosive market and how this opportunity could potentially transform your own life, request more information below and a representative will contact you shortly.
The franchisee needs to have good credit and liquid funds at least $70,000 to qualify for financing.
This passion for the results The Camp has on a surrounding community is a key part of what makes great franchisees. A love of the customer, and the desire to get to know them and their needs sets The Camp apart from all other gym concepts and sets the franchise owner up to thrive long term. Franchisees serve as not only a business owner but also an encourager and sounding board for people going through a life transformation.
Franchisees also need to have a sales-mindset. While The Camp assists the franchisee in generating leads and interest in the concept around the local community, it is up to the franchise and his or her staff to turn those leads into Six-Week Challengers.
“Our best franchisees so far are good at sales and customer service,” says Luis Font, co-founder of The Camp. “You have to have a passion for people, and the desire to help and serve. I’m less concerned with being business savvy. We can teach business skills. You can’t teach a desire to put customers first and to be a people person.”
The space needed for a Camp Transformation Center is between 4,000 to 5,500 square feet. This is typically in a light industrial area, but can also be in a strip mall setting.