Sean Campbell had a notion that one day he would grow a business in the U.S. that could become a household name. The tough part: Sean was a citizen of and living in South Africa at the time. This is about the time the story gets good. Sean decided that to get here, he would need to boat here. Now, the original plan was to take one full year to sail the path to the Atlantic Coast of the U.S., launch a business that had yet to be determined, and then grow it. Fast forward a few years and Sean and his wife Debbie were still sailing a charted course – yet to land in the U.S to begin the dream every entrepreneur dreams. Finally, in early 2002, their craft docked in Cape Coral FL under the advice of friends met along the way. Settle in, find a home, meet people, and survey the land. Check.

Contact Information for HomeMag, The

Company Website: http://www.thehomemag.com

1732 S.E. 47th Terrace NA
Cape Coral
FL 33904 USA Work: (239) 549-6960
Fax: (239) 549-5462

Entrepreneur.com Company Profile

Email: it@thehomemag.com

Opportunity Type:

Training Available:
  • At headquarters
  • At local location
Support Available:
  • Newsletter
  • Purchasing cooperatives
  • Internet
  • Meetings
  • Phone Support

Business Start Date: 1

Description: Sean Campbell had a notion that one day he would grow a business in the U.S. that could become a household name. The tough part: Sean was a citizen of and living in South Africa at the time. This is about the time the story gets good. Sean decided that to get here, he would need to boat here. Now, the original plan was to take one full year to sail the path to the Atlantic Coast of the U.S., launch a business that had yet to be determined, and then grow it. Fast forward a few years and Sean and his wife Debbie were still sailing a charted course – yet to land in the U.S to begin the dream every entrepreneur dreams. Finally, in early 2002, their craft docked in Cape Coral FL under the advice of friends met along the way. Settle in, find a home, meet people, and survey the land. Check.

Total investment: $169,000 – $298,000

Cash liquidity: $169,000

Franchise fee: $68,000

Franchise Start Date: 1

Number of Employees: 17

Number of Franchises: 20

Company Owned Units: 9

Ongoing Royalty: 6%

Financing Available: No


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