April 13, 2007, Newsletter Issue #85: Buying a Tanning Salon Franchise

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Another option for entering the tanning salon business is to purchase a franchise. A tanning salon franchise will help you open your business with more guidance and less risk. Most tanning salon franchises will help you choose a business for your salon, which will be extremely important when it comes to attracting customers.

You should research the tanning salon franchises you know of and visit some of the locations to see if you like what the salons have to offer. Speak directly with the salons' owners to find out what they like about their job and what they find difficult about it. Also, ask them about the financial benefits as this is obviously an important part of your decision of whether or not to purchase a franchise.

Next, request information from the particular franchise you're interested in and find out what the start-up costs and initial investments are. Most franchises also offer training so that you will have guidance in understanding the business and will not be left to run to salon completely on your own.

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