Frozen Ropes Training Centers Franchise

Baseball & softball instruction

As the leaders in baseball and softball instruction, the Frozen Ropes teaching and business model has set the gold standard within the industry.

We have become the most recognized name in baseball and softball instruction. With locations across the United States, Canada and Europe, Frozen Ropes has received national recognition for our instructional and business strategies that have been industry-tested since 1989. We are the only baseball and softball franchise company to have Major League teams and players as clients.

Sports Illustrated, USA Today, ESPN, Newsweek, The New York Times and The Washington Posthave featured Frozen Ropes in their publications. All-stars Mariano Rivera, Manny Ramirez and Mike Bordick have partnered with Frozen Ropes in our instructional programs.

Since 2000, Major league baseball has hired our National Director of Instruction, Tony Abbatine to learn more about the Frozen Ropes Visual Mechanics and Weighted Ball Throwing Program. In both 2006 and 2010 Frozen Ropes National Director, Tony Abbatine presented at both the American Baseball Coaches National Convention and the National Fast Pitch Coaches Convention, a true testament of the level of instruction being offered at the Frozen Ropes locations worldwide.

Our Fast Pitch softball pitching camps have become the preferred choice with leagues across the U.S. and Canada.

From Born to Play to our College Bound program, Frozen Ropes offers a program to fit every family budget and skill level.

As a Frozen Ropes Training Center, our locations are provided a full-range of support, including, but not limited to:

Site selection, design and build out recommendations.
Lease review and business plan support.
Equipment and apparel purchase with most major companies.
Comprehensive sales, marketing, and advertising model for all programs and events.
Full instructional training model (live training, video, and text) with accompanying
teaching techniques and national certifications.
Industry-specific operations and administrative manuals for staffing and facility issues.
Full access to sales collateral, event flyers, brochures, and wall signage.
Annual check-ups on your business to formulate new revenue goals and expansion strategies.
Full Pro-shop design and inventory support.
Monthly conference calls to share business strategies for the upcoming season.
Two-day Annual Owners Meetings.
Daily support from our full-time license support.
Continuous live training sessions for your staff.
National revenue sharing events (showcases, overnight camps, College Bound, national and regional tournaments).

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How much does it cost to open a Frozen Ropes Training Centers Franchise?

The investment required to open a Frozen Ropes Training Centers Franchise is between $219,800-$276,200. There is an initial franchise fee of $45,000 which grants you the license to run a business under the Frozen Ropes Training Centers name.

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When did the first Frozen Ropes Training Centers open? 1994
When did Frozen Ropes Training Centers start Franchising? 2003

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Frozen Ropes Training Centers

Frozen Ropes Training Centers
24 Old Black Meadow Rd.
Chester, NY


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