Next Steps

Ready to pursue ownership of the Premier Martial Arts franchise?

Once you submit your information, you will receive an email with a link to the free Premier Martial Arts Franchise Information Report, which will give you details about our brand, as well as outline the requirements to franchise with us. A member of our franchising team will call you. This gives us a chance to introduce ourselves to one another and address your initial questions.

Once we determine that you’re financially qualified and we’re a good fit for each other, you’ll sign your franchise agreement and we’ll hit the ground running.  We will schedule your two-week training session in Knoxville, Tennessee, where you will learn everything you need to know about our business, including implementing our proven business model, how to win and retain customers and how to grow your business through savvy online, digital and local marketing plans. Your instructor will stay in training for three weeks, ensuring that you will have an extremely qualified instructor teaching your students. We won’t stop there: We support our franchisees on an ongoing basis, providing coaching, marketing support and more to help you realize your potential as a Premier Martial Arts franchise owner.

To get started, please download our Franchise Information Report, which includes detailed information about the Premier Martial Arts franchise opportunity.

The report includes:

  • Information about Premier Martial Arts competitive advantage
  • The Franchise FDD Item 7 outlining startup costs
  • Information about training and support
  • The Management Team

We’ll email you a report and follow up with a short conversation to answer any questions you have. We are looking forward to hearing from you and are excited that you’re interested in bringing Premier Martial Arts to your community


Request Franchise Information

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