DEERFIELD BEACH, Fla., July 11, 2011 /PRNewswire/ — GAMES ON THE GO®, a pioneer in the “Mobile Arcade & Entertainment Industry,” announces its franchise opportunity. Providing a “true arcade experience” to the consumer in a safe environment and at an affordable price point, the company is poised to accept new franchisees in the markets of Florida, Georgia, North/South Carolina and Alabama. The games onboard the RV are a variety of sit-down driving games, sports themes, timeless classics such as Ms. Pac-Man and Donkey Kong, as well as the latest technology games on the market.
All of the games are non-violent, age appropriate and can be custom selected for a franchisee’s requirements. Current uses are in after-school programs, municipalities and recreational centers, parties for families of all ages, sports-themed events such as the Super Bowl, corporate events and community events. Franchise owners have the benefit of a flat monthly royalty fee – no royalties paid to the franchisor in the first four months of business; climate controlled; a proprietary approximately 38-foot rig custom designed and wrapped with the best technology in the business; low risk investment; minimal overhead and people management; and quick setup and break-down.
The mobile entertainment center is literally a “party in a box,” making it easy for franchisees to start quickly. It offers consumers the ability to bring the party to their homes, schools, bars and offices rather than taking children or guests to an outside facility. For franchise owners, it provides the perfect startup potential without the hassles of a traditional franchise – no storefronts, people or major operating costs. Profitability is as easy as adding party clients to the calendar.
Unlike many other franchise opportunities, opening a GAMES ON THE GO® does not require expensive site leases or time-consuming construction and space build-out. Once the franchisee has completed the training course and the company delivers the custom-built Mobile Arcade to the franchisee (which takes about 90 days), a franchisee can get the business up and running.
One of the hallmarks of the GAMES ON THE GO® concept is exceptional franchise support. Franchise ownership comes with the benefit of several years of operational experience by the parent company, All American Entertainment, Inc., providing franchisees, via its franchise entity Games on the Go Franchising LLC, with tools that they can use in building a successful business. Using this system encourages franchisees to begin pre-booking events prior to the delivery of the Mobile Arcade so that they can begin serving customers right out of the gate.
Terry Shea, president of GAMES ON THE GO®, says, “As an entrepreneur, this is an economy where you have to roll up your sleeves and make your own money. We’re using that same spirit in the GAMES ON THE GO® concept – providing an opportunity with low investment that is a market leader. It has major growth potential for the franchisee, and minimal overhead. The focus is on quality entertainment right now in the marketplace, and we’re looking to bring on folks who have drive, determination and that entrepreneurial spirit.”
REASONS FOR BUYING A GAMES ON THE GO® FRANCHISE:
Branding and name recognition
Open for business after delivery of Mobile Arcade
Proven system (via our company franchise unit)
Corporate buying power
Franchise candidates can visit http://www.GamesOnTheGoUSA.com for more information on franchise opportunities. We provide the details of our franchise system, including our operational history, your required initial investment, the different forms of franchise agreement and other important information in our Franchise Disclosure Document. If we determine that we are able to offer you a GAMES ON THE GO® franchise, the details of our franchise offer will be contained in the Franchise Disclosure Document.
ABOUT GAMES ON THE GO
GAMES ON THE GO® was founded in March 2006 by Terry Shea in Deerfield Beach, Florida. It all started when a friend’s wife complained about taking her children to the local “pizzacade.” The idea of bringing the games to a party was launched. The development of the business quickly evolved into a specially equipped class “A” motor coach that could be operated and managed by a single operator. For more information, visit http://www.GamesOnTheGoUSA.com.
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