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On September 18th, 2019

Young Chefs Academy Franchise Taps Into The Cooking-Show Craze

Sky-high viewership for kid-oriented versions of adult cooking competitions creates a rich opportunity for getting kids engaged with classes There is a huge amount of interest in cooking competitions on television. For proof, just look at the ratings — and the sheer number of them, with more coming online all the time. And it’s not ...

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On September 7th, 2019

Young Chefs Academy Franchise Owners Tap Into Trends To Boost Revenues

Tying into movies and other major multimedia events connects Young Chefs’ fun and educational offerings to well-known names and events kids love It doesn’t take a lot to get kids interested in the kitchens at a Young Chefs Academy® children’s cooking school franchise. Once they put on that apron and get busy, they are hooked. ...

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On July 29th, 2019

Young Chefs Academy Programs Designed To Grow Alongside Kids

Curriculum built to provide challenges from youngest learners to teens in high school, creating ongoing engagement and steady revenue for kid’s cooking franchise owners When a young child is enrolled in classes at a Young Chefs Academy children’s cooking school franchise, he or she can look forward to a lot of fun. What he or ...

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On July 24th, 2019

Young Chefs Franchise Review: Meet Owner Keera Reid

Communications executive knows a good brand when she sees one, and so couldn’t wait to own a children’s cooking school franchise of her own When Keera Reid began thinking about owning her own business, she knew she’d move carefully and consider a lot of options. As she and husband Jared were doing their due diligence, ...

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On July 10th, 2019

Summer Camps Create Visibility For Young Chefs Academy Franchise Owners

Capitalizing on times when parents are clamoring for child-enrichment opportunities help boost revenues and also build programming awareness The arrival of summer is greeted with joy by children — and dreaded by their parents. There’s no shortage of enrichment activities available, but how to choose options that will educate their children as well as entertain ...

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On June 27th, 2019

Meet Richmond, Va., Young Chefs Franchise Owner Kristen Braia

More than a decade in, innovator says that the brand continues to have appeal thanks to large and growing platform of engagement opportunities Going from nurse to stay-at-home Mom to entrepreneur and business owner is a lot to pack into one lifetime, and Kristen Braia can check off every one of those boxes. She also ...

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On June 14th, 2019

Local Media Provides Visibility For Young Chefs Academy Franchise Owners

Interviews translate into valuable (and free) promotional opportunities that raise the profile of a franchise’s many classes, special events and camps There are some “evergreens” in the news business, stories that are going to roll around every year. And savvy Young Chefs® Academy kids cooking school franchise owners are adept at taking advantage of several. ...

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On May 2nd, 2019

Meet Forest Hills, NY, Young Chefs Franchisees Chris & Karen Chesleigh

The desire to build a business their whole family could enjoy has led to longtime success and a franchise operation that’s a community hub When Chris and Karen Chesleigh began looking around for a business to own, they had one major goal: find something that their young daughter could be a part of and also ...

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On April 18th, 2019

Young Chefs Academy Birthday Parties Help Build Business

Special occasions at the premier kids cooking franchise introduces children and parents to the concept, helping to convert visitors to regular customers quickly and easily Parents are always looking for a fun, unique way to celebrate their child’s birthday. That’s why many book a party at their local Young Chefs® Academy children’s cooking school franchise. ...

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On April 11th, 2019

Meet Midtown Atlanta Young Chefs Academy Franchise Owner Lynlee Bradley

Former employee liked the business and its potential so much that she wound up purchasing her own franchise in a high-growth Atlanta neighborhood “I liked working there so much I bought the company.” It’s an old line of ad copy, but it’s true for Lynlee Bradley, who owns the Young Chefs Academy kids cooking school ...

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