Check out this great article from newburyport.macaronikid.com featuring Children’s Orchard Rowley. Children’s Orchard Rowley: Family-Owned by Three Generations of Women By Emily Cowan Thirty years ago, an Ipswich grandmother named Maureen started a local business she hoped would help her children and grandchildren – and it’s still going strong. We caught up with her daughter Steph Johnson and granddaughter Jamie, now owners and operators of Children’s Orchard Rowley, to find out more about the family business and how things have changed since Maureen opened that first store. Newburyport Macaroni Kid: How did your family get into the kids’ consignment business?…
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*$159,000 is the cost of opening a Children's Orchard if using the lease option. See Item 7 of the Children's Orchard® Franchise Disclosure Document dated April 19, 2017, for more information.
*$765,096 is the net sales for our top store for 2016. There is no assurance, however, that you will do as well. See Item 19 of the Children's Orchard® Franchise Disclosure Document dated April 19, 2017, for more information. Net sales is gross sales minus returns, taxes, discounts and coupons.
*$508,823 is the average net sales of the 6 stores included in the top 25% of all 24 Children’s Orchard® stores in operation for entire calendar year ended December 31, 2016. Of the 6 stores included in the average net sales for the top 25% of all stores, 2 stores (33%) met or exceeded the average net sales. There is no assurance, however, that you will do as well. See Item 19 of the Children’s Orchard® Franchise Disclosure Document dated April 19, 2017, for more information.
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Kids are always growing—and so is our Children’s Orchard franchise! Watch this brief video featuring COO Chad Olson to find out more about the high demand for gently used children’s clothing, toys and equipment, and how the Children’s Orchard franchise is suited for the next generation of both consumers and franchisees.
Check out this article from tbrnews.com about the family behind Children’s Orchard Manhattan Beach: A garden of gifts at Children’s Orchard in Manhattan Beach By Genie Davis Children’s Orchard offers a wide variety of gifts and practical items from clothing and shoes to toys and equipment for infants through pre-teen children. Owner Carol Mintz and her two daughters buy and sell children’s apparel, shoes, toys and equipment. “I’ve owned the business for seven years,” Mintz said. “I bought it because my daughters were having babies, and, as a grandmother, I figured I should get a head start on all that,”…
Find out what drives Children’s Orchard Huntersville franchisee Shasta Webber in this inspiring article from Lake Norman Women Magazine. My Passion? My Life! By Leslie Ogle With great family and friends and a successful career, things could not have been going better for Shasta Webber, owner of Children’s Orchard in Huntersville. But oftentimes, we have to deal with sudden intrusions that demand our immediate attention. Such was the case for Shasta in 2010, when she needed to remove a kidney. One week after the surgery, she suffered a pulmonary embolism (a sudden blockage of a major blood vessel in the…