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Fees | Conversion Program | Current Incentives

The amount of your initial investment will vary greatly depending upon your decision to lease or own your Doodle Bugs! center. The size of your facility and the land cost, among other variables, will also affect your investment.

Generally, the estimated required initial investment ranges from $428,875 to $1,035,500 for a leased Doodle Bugs! facility and from $1,928,875 to $4,978,000 for a franchisee-owned Doodle Bugs! facility. The initial investment includes our Initial Fees, landlord lease deposits or your real estate development costs, equipment purchases, and initial working capital.

Initial Fees
Preliminary Agreement Fee - $25,000
(Site Selection Assistance Fee)

Background Check Fee - $5,500

Franchise Fee - $65,000
(payable only upon identification of approved location)

We suggest that your personal liquid assets total a minimum of $400,000+, depending upon the size of your estimated initial investment. Doodle Bugs! does not provide financing for your franchise; however, we will assist you in working with experienced third-party lenders and the Small Business Administration (SBA). Franchisees of the Doodle Bugs! system are eligible for expedited and streamlined SBA loan processing through the SBA’s Franchise Registry Program, www.franchiseregistry.com. While our experience shows that child care can be a profitable business, the income from your Doodle Bugs! franchise will depend on you as the business owner.

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This advertisement does not constitute a daycare franchise offering. Franchise offerings may only be made after your receipt of our Franchise Disclosure Document. Our daycare franchise is not being offered to residents of states requiring registration unless our franchise offering is registered and effective in the state. In New York: This advertisement is not an offering. An offering can only be made by a prospectus filed first with the Department of Law of the State of New York. Such filing does not constitute approval by the New York Department of Law.

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