10 Steps to Owning Your Own Franchise

  1. Request Information

    The easiest way to get started is to complete our request information form. You can also call 877.249.2724 if you have questions or would like to briefly discuss our franchise opportunities.

  2. Opportunity Overview

    After your initial inquiry, Jay Wilkinson, ceo, will share detailed information about Firespring franchise opportunities and discuss which options may be the best fit for you.

  3. Phone Interview

    Once you’ve determined the opportunity you’d like to pursue, we'll schedule a phone interview with Tawnya Starr, evp Sales & Marketing, to discuss your qualifications and get to know each other better.

  4. Submit Online Application

    If you meet the basic requirements of franchise ownership, you’ll complete a detailed online application that will provide the information we need to determine if you have a propensity for success in our system.

  5. Review Franchise Disclosure Document

    As required by the FTC, you receive the Firespring Franchise Disclosure Document (FDD) and carefully review it with assistance from your attorney.

  6. Attend Discovery Day

    You will attend a Discovery Day at the Firespring Service Center where you will meet senior management and other key members of our team and attend an in-depth presentation on Firespring franchising. You’ll also have the opportunity to tour our facilities, observe a corporate-owned franchise and learn more about the Firespring business model.

  7. Finalize Location

    We will finalize the geographic parameters of your territory and assist you with location selection including advice on lease negotiation.

  8. Execute Franchise Agreement

    The Firespring Franchise Agreement is finalized and franchise fees are paid.

  9. Initial Training

    You will enjoy two weeks of on-site training at Firespring Academy that combine classroom and on-the-job instruction followed by an additional two days at your location.

  10. Grand Opening

    After initial training is complete and you’ve prepared your office or suite location, you will be ready to open for business.

The communications made through this website should not be construed as an offer to sell a franchise. No franchise will be sold until the offering has been duly registered and the required Franchise Disclosure Document (fdd) has been delivered to the prospective franchisee before the sale in compliance with applicable law.