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Snapology continues to invest in the leading STEAM brand and upgrade it with an enhanced retail-style concept
August 10, 2022 // Franchising.com // DALLAS, TX – Snapology, the #1 STEAM franchise for kids (Science, Technology, Engineering, Art, and Math) and part of the world’s first franchise platform company, Unleashed Brands for the Youth Enrichment, announced today that it has opened its first Discovery Center 2.0 in Amarillo, TX. The opening is scheduled for August 20th. The new center, which is nearly 2,500 square feet, is owned by first-time franchisees Bobby and Kenna Payne.
Plans for the upscale Discovery Center model were announced earlier this year, shortly after Unleashed Brands acquired Snapology, to build on the already strong brand awareness. Now kids and parents can experience first-hand the new retail-style concept with expanded curriculum and branded offerings that only a hands-on learning center can offer kids. To engage kids through STEAM activities like coding, robotics, animation, play and interactive learning, the new center includes two separate classrooms and 17 creative play stations featuring LEGO® bricks, Minecraft, virtual reality and more.
The new Discovery Center also offers a “Passport” membership program that gamifies Snapology classes and incentivizes kids to learn essential STEAM skills, develop important social skills, and create recurring revenue for franchisees. Children take courses to earn stamps on their passports, which can be filled out to win loot and other prizes.
“The Discovery Center 2.0 marks the beginning of an exciting new era for the Snapology brand,” said Laura Coe, Snapology Brand President & CEO. “We want to continue to push the boundaries in STEAM education to help children learn, play and grow. The enhanced features and programming of our new centers opened by franchise partners are a reminder of why Snapology is a leader in youth empowerment franchises.”
Snapology has enjoyed a strong first half of 2022, signing 24 franchise agreements that will bring the brand into new markets including Tampa, FL; Toledo, Ohio; Tallahassee, FL; Cornelius, NC; Jacksonville, FL; Virginia Beach, VA; Perrysburg, Ohio; Apple Valley, Minnesota; Denver, Colo.; Harrisonburg, Virginia; Cedar Park, TX; Lexington, SC; and Houston, TX.
Snapology encourages social skills and teamwork by teaching concepts from science, technology, engineering, arts, math, and literacy in a fun way. The brand uses an inquiry-based curriculum that encompasses all learning skills with a hands-on teaching approach that uses LEGO® bricks and other building toys, along with programming, video game design and robotics that encourage the perfect blend of gaming, academic enrichment and social development . The affordable franchise opportunity is perfect for passionate entrepreneurs looking to impact children and provide enrichment programs for their communities.
Founded in 2010, Snapology is the nation’s #1 enrichment franchise for children, empowering children to learn through play through more than 80 enriching, interactive STEAM and STEM programs. With over 180 locations in the US and internationally, Snapology is growing rapidly and impacting children around the world with its balance of educational enrichment, social development and fun. For more information about Snapology, including franchise opportunities, visit www.Snapology.com.
About Unleashed Brands
Unleashed Brands currently includes portfolio brands Urban Air, Snapology, The Little Gym, XP League, Class 101 and Premier Martial Arts. and was founded to curate and grow a portfolio of the most innovative and profitable brands that help children learn, play and grow. Over the past 10 years, the Unleashed Brands team has built a proven platform and expertise for scaling businesses focused on ministering to families. Its mission is to impact every child’s life by providing fun, engaging and inspiring experiences that help them become who they are meant to be. Visit www.UnleashedBrands.com for more information.
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