When the pandemic started, you may have had the best intentions of using your time to get fit. However, with a variety of challenges filling your time, don't feel bad if you have yet to start over a year later. The good news is it's never too late and now is the ideal time to find a fitness routine that works for you.
Moms on the Run was just named to the Entrepreneur 2021 Top Low-Cost Franchises list!
Entrepreneur.com compiled a list of the top 100 franchises that can be started for less than $50,000 and Moms on the Run is on that list! Of course, the initial investment of a Moms on the Run franchise costs nowhere near $50k — how about under $10K? Check out the list and contact us if you are interesting in turning your passion into a business.
River City Live, a daily talk show of WJXT Channel 4, featured Jacksonville (FL) Moms on the Run on Feb. 19. Franchise Owner/Head Coach Amy and Coach Ginger talked to host Eden Kendall about Gate River Run training and how Moms on the Run is helping women all over Jacksonville get moving together! Watch the video below.
Jenna Allerson, our newest owner of Apple Valley Moms on the Run and Farmington Moms on the Run, recently shared her story on becoming a business owner in the Sun Thisweek newspaper.
After struggling with postpartum depression after the birth of her oldest son, Jenna became interested in holistic medicine and fitness and started running with Moms on the Run. “Moms on the Run was really part of my journey to help me kind of get out of that place. Exercise was a critical component for me to be healthy for myself and my family,” she said.
Now Jenna is excited to grow the Moms on the Run community in Apple Valley and Farmington. Read more of the article here.
Moms on the Run is honored to be named one of the 25 largest Twin Cities-based franchise companies in the United States. Minneapolis/St. Paul Business Journal recently featured Moms on the Run in their franchise listing, as well as in an inspiring story about how we are making it through the pandemic year here.
"They did a great job of spreading our positive message for business during a tough economic year," explained Founder and CEO Karissa Johnson. "I didn't get to choose everything they included in the article of course. They missed my emphasis on how awesome our franchisees are and how everyone's teamwork and positive attitudes are getting us through this challenging time!"
It is true: Moms on the Run would not be possible without our franchisees, our members and our sponsors. Thank you!