FRANCHISE SALES FREQUENTLY ASKED QUESTIONS

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HOW SOON CAN I OPEN? HOW LONG DOES THE PROCESS TAKE?

From first inquiry to opening your park, the process takes about 12 months (depending on a number of factors, including site availability).

WHAT IS THE INVESTMENT REQUIRED?

The initial single-unit franchisee fee is $50,000. Estimated initial investment required for a new location ranges from $1,112,500* to $2,497,000*.

* Figures obtained from Item 7 of our 2016 Franchise Disclosure Document (FDD). ** Figures obtained from our Dublin California locations published in Item 19 of our 2016 FDD. For complete performance of all Rockin’ Jump locations please see item 19 of our FDD. A new franchisee’s results may differ from the represented performance. There is no assurance that you will do as well, and you must accept that risk.
*** This advertisement is not an offering. An offering can only be made by prospectus filed first with the department of law of the state of New York. Such filing does not constitute approval by the department of law.

WHAT ARE THE ROYALTY AND ADVERTISING FEES?

Our royalty fee is 6% of total gross revenue; there is also a 1% national advertising fee that we collect and franchisees are required to spend 5% of total gross revenue on local advertising.

CAN I OWN MORE THAN ONE UNIT? AND HOW CAN I BE ASSURED OF FUTURE LOCATIONS?

Yes, you may own more than a single-unit. You can lock up additional locations by signing a multi-unit development agreement. For the development rights to a geographic area, a nonrefundable payment of the total trampoline franchise fee is required upon signing the multi-unit development agreement. You will select a territory from those currently available; it will be a protected territory. At that time, we will agree upon the number of parks to be opened and timetable for opening.

HOW MANY EMPLOYEES DOES IT TAKE TO OPERATE A UNIT?

Expect to hire 55 to 70 full and part-time employees (depending on your attractions and park size), the vast majority of these employees are part-time high school and college age employees. Generally there are 3 or 4 full time employees.

WHERE IS THE ROCKIN' JUMP EQUIPMENT MANUFACTURED?

Unlike many other trampoline parks, Rockin’ Jump only uses American made products and American made equipment for installation at our locations. Please contact our corporate offices to find out more about our vendors and park opportunities.

WHAT ARE THE REQUIREMENTS FOR AN OPERATING PARTNER?

We want operating partners who are devoted to their Rockin’ Jump business. It is important to us that you are involved in your business, but franchisees have structured their management team in various ways.

DO I HAVE TO LIVE IN THE SAME MARKET WHERE I OPERATE MY PARK(S)?

No, we do not require you to live in the same market as your park(s). We believe you can still effectively manage your business without living in the same area.

CAN I TALK TO SOME OF YOUR FRANCHISEES?

Yes, you are welcome to speak with any of our trampoline franchise owners. In fact, the best way to do so is by reaching out to our Vice President of Franchise Sales, Marc Collopy.

WHAT SUPPORT WILL I RECEIVE GOING FORWARD?

You will receive marketing and advertising support through our corporate marketing staff. In addition, you and the other franchisees in the local market will work collaboratively to execute marketing programs at the market level. And furthermore, you’ll benefit from ongoing training, research and development of new products, regular dialogues with our corporate team, operations support and periodic business counseling.

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* Figures obtained from Item 7 of our 2016 Franchise Disclosure Document (FDD). ** Figures obtained from our Dublin California locations published in Item 19 of our 2016 FDD.  For complete performance of all Rockin’ Jump locations please see item 19 of our FDD. A new franchisee’s results may differ from the represented performance. There is no assurance that you will do as well, and you must accept that risk.

*** This advertisement is not an offering.  An offering can only be made by prospectus filed first with the department of law of the state of New York.  Such filing does not constitute approval by the department of law.