For kids of all ages and socioeconomic backgrounds, Bounce Boot Camp is a fun program that includes inflatable obstacle courses, castles, and slides. The program gives teenagers access to the many health and fitness benefits of athletics while also serving as a helpful method of stress relief. For more information on Bounce Boot Camp’s net worth, scroll down the main page.
What Is Bounce Boot Camp Net Worth?
In exchange for a $30,000 investment and a 20% ownership position in Bounce Boot Camp, Thomas visits Shark Tank. He presents the proposal to the Sharks, highlighting the issues with childhood obesity and the difficulties in getting kids up and moving about. With only one day of labor per week, Thomas has generated $43,000 in sales in his first year.
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— Bounce Boot Camp (@bouncebootcamp3) March 15, 2016
He earned $2,500 in the previous month. The overall cost of a franchise, including the trailer and inflatables, would be $40,000. At some point, they ceased selling franchises. As of 2022, they are still in operation and expect to generate $5 million in annual revenue.
Bounce Boot Camp
Bounce Boot Camp was established by Thomas Hill, a former Green Bay Packer and certified fitness instructor. After a ten-minute session of jumping with their child, Hill and his wife Jane realized they had a good platform to build a fitness program around when they started a “bouncy house rental” business in 2004.
The Bounce Boot Camp program includes bouncing fun, strength training, dietary guidance, cardiovascular conditioning, and leadership training. In their neighborhood, kids join up for a series of boot camps that cost $60 for four sessions. For team building days, inflatable exercise facilities are commonly brought to company events.
With locations in Paradise Valley, AZ, Chandler, AZ, Peoria, AZ, Tulsa, OK, Tyler, Atlanta, GA, New Orleans, LA and Scottsdale, AZ, Bounce Boot Camp is well on its way to becoming a franchise. Hill and his family are likely to rely heavily on The Sharks as a partner and source of growth financing.
— Bounce Boot Camp (@bouncebootcamp3) October 17, 2015
Bounce Boot Camp Shark Tank Update
Despite the Sharks passing on his proposal, Thomas has taken their advice and is still concentrating on growing his business. The first franchise cost has been reduced from $60,000 to $30,000 which may be closer to what potential franchisees are willing to pay for their own “business in a box.”
He has partnered with multiple nearby Subway restaurants to offer Bounce Boot Camp participants discounts and other incentives, according to a brief video on the website. With endorsements from athletes and celebrities, Bounce Boot Camp seems to be on track to grow and motivate kids to get off the sofa.
He earned $2,500 in the previous month. The overall cost of a franchise, including the trailer and inflatables, would be $40,000. At some point, they ceased selling franchises. They continue to operate their firm, generating $5 million in income each year.
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