Administrator of recreational billiard leagues
The investment required to open a American Poolplayers Association Franchise is between $11,600-$14,000. There is an initial franchise fee of $5,000 which grants you the license to run a business under the American Poolplayers Association name.
American Poolplayers Association Upcoming Events
Upcoming Events June 21, 2014 11:00 am - June 21, 2014 11:00 pm The Tri-State Tour at Steinway Billiards June 22, 2014 12:00 pm - June 22, 2014 12:00 pm Steinway Billiards Monster Tournament June 28, 2014 11:00 am - June 29, 2014 9:00 pm Predator Pro/Am Tour at Ra...
Apa Lends Support To New Film Starring Jennifer Barretta
The APA is excited to announce its partnership and support of Main Street Productions new pool film 9-Ball. The film will star real-life billiard super star Jennifer Barretta in the role of Gail – an aspiring young amateur player looking to make a name for herself on the womens pro tour...
Apa Organizes Relief Effort To Aid Katrina Victims
The world's largest pool league is reaching out to its more than 250,000 members to aid the victims of Hurricane Katrina. The APA will be collecting donations from members nationwide through October 21, and will then present those donations to the American Red Cross. "Thousands of our members in...
Apa National Championships Draw Record Crowds
The American Poolplayers Association's (APA) 25th Annual National Team Championships saw a record number of teams compete in the 9-day extravaganza. More than 1,500 8-Ball, 9-Ball, Doubles and Triple Play teams made the trek to Sin City to compete, Aug. 20 – 28, for thousands of dollars in prize m...
Poolplayers.com Named Best Association Site By Billiards Digest
The American Poolplayers Association, the 800-pound gorilla of amateur billiard leagues, has a pretty darn good site! It presents itself simply but thoroughly, with links that are easy to find – something we couldnt say about many of the other association Web sites. The colorful site also prov...
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Franchise can be run from home.
18% of all franchisees own more than one unit
Number of employees needed to run franchised unit: 1 - 3
Absentee ownership of franchise is NOT allowed. (100% of current franchisees are owner/operators)
To calculate how much income a franchise owner can do at American Poolplayers Association Franchise, may vary on factors like location, size etc., On the other side as a business owner your goals to maintain the quality of service while streaming sales high and expenses low. As any other franchise may include rent/mortgage, staffing/family, inventory supplies, utilities, administrative costs vise vera. Location to location and seasons the months costs may vary. Most franchises start up costs are typically fixed and they will cover most of the initial operating costs like signage, furniture, decoration and renovations.
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American Poolplayers Association
1000 Lake St. Louis Blvd., #325
Lake St. Louis, MO