Franchise News Update –
To assist franchisee, FitKid has added an element to it’s franchise enabling all payments to be collected by FitKid HQ thus reducing any upfront monthly set fees, All fees for franchisees are collected by FitKid HQ and paid direct to franchisee (less vat, royalty and admin fee)
The FitKid franchise is a great way to earn a living 🙂
To find out more, contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org for more details and don’t forget the competition deadline is today. Enter now to avoid missing out on this exciting opportunity.
Find out about the FitKid Franchise
I’m passionate about helping chidlren to lead a healthy lifestyle and wanted to share with you details of our franchise which is helping children across the UK get active and have fun at FitKid.
Contact me now at email@example.com for more details about this exciting opportunity and let’s get kids active across the UK and further afield.
Terese had fun in Kent with Sportacus
Terese had a very exciting day on monday when Sportacus flew into Kent for a special guest appearance at Sencio Leisure Centre’s in Swanley, Sevenoaks and Edenbridge, he came and entertained the children with all his amazing acrobatics. She said it was great to see the big smiles on the children’s faces as they got to meet their favourite superhero and was so excited to be taught superhero moves from Sportacus himself it really did make their day. She is looking forward to seeing the children at the LazyTown Sports Club classes throughout the summer to learn more of sportacus’s superhero moves.
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Boe loves The LazyTown Sports Club classes delivered by Adele in NE Lincolnshire
It was lovely to hear from Adele today who had received the following email from one of the parents who attends her LazyTown Sports club classes with her daughter.
“My daughter, Boe age 3, has been attending Lazy Town Sports Club classes every Saturday morning after enjoying the ‘Lazy Town’ celebration I booked for her 3rd birthday. Boe has made lots of new friends and really enjoys all of the varied and enjoyable activities which are accompanied by the exciting Lazy Town music.
Boe’s confidence has grown each week and I have seen an improvement in her balance, co-ordination and ability to play/share with other children. Boe’s Kindergarten teacher has also commented about Boe’s advanced sporting abilities compared to the other children in her class and explained how Boe helps to teach her class mates how to play the games and use equipment that she has learnt with Adele. Boe has even come first in all of the activities in her recent Sports Day which I believe was helped by the extra activities that she does with Adele every week. “Ria McKeon
Keep up the great work Adele, high quality sessions are the key to successs in helping children lead an active lifestyle. I just knew when Adele came onboard with FitKid as our franchisee in Lincolnshire that she was going to make positive changes to children’s lives.
Our job is so rewarding and worth all the time and effort put in to ensure the children attend sesisons which are both beneficial to their health but also fun and engaging.
If you are a passionate individual who like Adele wants to make positive changes to children’s lives, please email email@example.com to find out how you can get involved in your community.
Franchise territory in Ireland reserved
It’s been such a busy week here at FitKid and today I am excited as we have reserved our first franchise zone in Ireland.
I am very excited to bring onboard this new franchisee as she is very dedicated to helping children and will assist us with our core aim of encouring children to be more active.
This is the start of our International expansion plans, watch this space for more news on our next country to offer our sessions 🙂
To find out how you can get started with running our franchise in your community, please email me at firstname.lastname@example.org
I am so proud of the extra work our franchisees put in to assist charities in their locations. Yesterday, Karina warmed up the crowd for The Race for Life fundraising event in Shrewsbury.
We are all aware of the great work carried out by Cancer Research UK and the progress they have made to date. I was very pleased to hear that Karina was assisting with the fundraising for more research in to Cancer as I lost my friend from Breast Cancer last year, she was only 37 years old and mum to two young children, it was a very sad time for her, and her family and friends.
Yesterday in Shrewsbury two thousand women and children dressed in pink met to walk, run or jog the 5K ‘Race for Life’. The Race for Life raises money for Cancer Research UK and takes place very year at hundreds of locations all over the UK. Today was Shrewsbury’s turn. Karina Davies, who runs the LazyTown Sports Club in Shrewsbury took the lead for the warm-up activity getting everyone ready for the race. She was joined on stage by 5 amazing members of the LazyTown Sports Club from Minsterley Primary School. The five children aged 5-8 attend the afterschool club every week and volunteered themselves for the event. Karina reports ‘my volunteers were brilliant, it was such an honour to be able to share the stage with them, I hope they are feeling very proud of themselves’ The fifteen minute warm-up saw a sea of pink crowds moving to the Sports Club favourites routines including the Pirate warmup of course. Watch this space to see the photo’s from the event, and hopefully we’ll get to see some video footage too.
Well done Karina, the feedback I have received has been great.
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Simon is finding out that raising money for a great charity whilst being silent is not actually the easiest thing in the World!
He is now in to the fourth hour of the 12 hour challenge and the penalty charge of star jumps for speaking is starting to hurt a little.
In true FitKid spirit, the penalty for speaking is exercise. So, he gets to raise money while keeping quiet and exercising.
Every time he says something he has to do 10 additional star jump on top of the 10 he had to do the first time he spoke!
He is now up to 50 star jumps the next time he speaks.
That could become hard work by 7pm when he can stop and enjoy the show. We may have to impose financial penalties to make his life easier.
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