American Poolplayers Association Franchise for Sale - Recreational Billiard Leagues

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American Poolplayers Association Opportunities


In 1979, after several years on the professional circuit and with numerous titles under his belt, Terry “Texas Terry” Bell developed an idea for a centrally controlled nationwide amateur pool organization. Bell joined forces with Larry “The Iceman” Hubbart, who was also competing on the professional circuit. Together they founded the American Poolplayers Association, Inc. (APA) in 1981 to act as the sanctioning body of the League. Members participate in annual 8- and 9-ball championships, pay a yearly membership fee to the APA and pay a weekly fee to the League Operator (franchisee) each time they play. As of 2018, the company operates 317 franchises worldwide.

How much does American Poolplayers Association cost?

Boston's Pizza has the franchise fee of up to $10,000, with total initial investment range of $20,763 to $28,648.

Initial Investment: $20,763 - $28,648

Ongoing Fees

Initial Franchise Fee: $10,000
Ongoing Royalty Fee: $2.50+/team/wk.

Initial Investment and Startup Costs

Name of Fee Low High
Initial Franchise Fee (based on population of territory) $10,000 $14,000
Equipment/Computer Software and Hardware $2,597 $4,682
Broadband Internet Access (monthly) $60 $60
Training Seminar I Expenses $1,434 $2,334
4 Days Additional Training During First Year $1,056 $1,956
Real Estate and Improvements $0 $0
Initial Inventory $0 $0
Insurance $456.46 $456.46
Attorney/Accountant Fees $1,500 $1,500
Additional Funds - 3 months $3,000 $3,000
Estimated total $20,763.46 $28,648.46
American Poolplayers Association

Support Options

On-The-Job Training: 27 hours
Classroom Training: 80 hours
Number of Employees Required to Run: 1 - 3

American Poolplayers Association Expansion Plans:
USA, Asia, Canada

American Poolplayers Association Info: https://poolplayers.com/franchise/

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