Making the decision to go down the path of entrepreneurship isn’t an easy one, and finding the right business to invest in can be even more difficult. Owning your own business can be an exhilarating experience, yet it can also come with quite a few challenges. With franchise ownership, you can go into business for yourself but not by yourself.
As a TGA Sports franchise owner, you’ll have the backing of a leading provider of youth sports programming. We offer a proven business model, proprietary curriculum, comprehensive training and support, and the latest technology.
Here are some of the primary benefits of owning our youth sports franchise:
Embrace your love of sports and pursue your passion for entrepreneurship
Find the perfect work/life balance
Lead your community
Be your own boss
Bring the life-changing benefits of sports to your community
Customize your business to align with your business goals and passions by offering your choice of TGA’s athletics programs
Whether you are interested in owning a single territory or an entire region, being hands-on or hiring and leading a team to manage the day-to-day operations, the TGA model allows for both.
The TGA team has extensive experience with sports franchising and understands every aspect of opening and running our business. In addition to the key benefits listed above, owners will have access to the following tools and resources:
We manufacture and sell our own line of TGA-branded youth golf and tennis equipment, specially sized and fitted for kids. Branded apparel and accessories are also available on our online shop (as well as specialty items available only to our franchisees).
We are proud to have partnered with leading brands and suppliers to make it easy and cost-effective for you to do business.
The TGA Sports Foundation is a 501(c)(3) non-profit organization that supports opportunities that make sports accessible to all children. Our franchisees are able to apply for grants and scholarships from the TGA Sports Foundation to help serve under-resourced families in their local communities.