Tag Archives: franchise support

07/29/2019

Denver: Mile-High Potential

They call it the Rocky Mountain State, but there’s so much more than mountains in Colorado. Although it is the only state that lies entirely above 1,000 meters above sea level, its geographic diversity ranges from desert valleys to alpine tundra. It hosted the world’s first rodeo and its capital city, Denver, lays claim to…


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07/18/2019

Greg Goodwin Named to Daily Record VIP List

Greg Goodwin, Chief Technology Officer for Kiddie Academy® Educational Child Care, has been named to The Daily Record 2019 VIP List — Very Important Professionals Successful by 40 awards. The Daily Record, a Baltimore business-to-business multimedia news source, created the VIP List in 2010 to recognize professionals 40 years of age and younger who have…


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07/16/2019

Storytime Live! Among Marketing Events Supporting Franchisees

In July, August and September, Kiddie Academy locations across the nation will be hosting Storytime LIVE!. This fun, free, family-oriented event capitalizes on a partnership we have with PBS Kids, and features Academy guest appearances by the popular children’s characters Curious George and Pinkalicious. “Storytime LIVE! is part of a broad range of programs and…


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06/05/2019

Kiddie Academy by the Numbers

When you take a close look at the numbers, it all adds up – a Kiddie Academy® Educational Child Care franchise is a great investment! 1981 – The first Kiddie Academy location opened in Baltimore County, Maryland. 1992 – The first Kiddie Academy franchise opened in Elkton, Maryland, starting the national expansion of our brand….


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04/22/2019

Franchisee Focus: Glenda Gonzalez of Kiddie Academy of Aliana

“Hard work paid off.” That’s how Glenda Gonzalez sums up where she is in her business life these days. Glenda is part of a six-person team that owns Kiddie Academy of Aliana in Richmond, Texas. The Academy opened for business in January 2017, but the planning and execution that went into making it successful was…


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