Revenues, Expenses, and Projected Income of Anytime Fitness Clubs with 500, 769, and 950 Members
- The following are projected statements of annual revenues and earnings for a franchised Anytime Fitness center. These projections are for the second year of operation. (During the first year, it will take you time to build your member base.)
- These projections of sales, income, gross or net profits are merely estimates and should not be construed as the actual or probable sales, income, gross or net profits that will be realized by any franchisee.
- The statements below are based on revenue information provided by Anytime Fitness’ designated billing processor for franchisees in 2011, and the 6 Anytime Fitness centers operated by affiliates.
- Anytime Fitness makes three projections, one based on a center having 500 members, one based on 769 members, and one based on 950 members.
- The first example, for a 500-member club, is intended to give you an idea of the revenues, expenses, and projected income of a club that performs well below average, but still profitable. Of the 1,361 Anytime Fitness clubs open for at least 12 months as of February 29, 2012, 1,083 (79.6%) had over 500 members on that date.
500 Member Club
- Enrollment Fees: $11,000
- Membership Fees: $186,500
- Vending Revenues: $1,500
- Personal Training: $40,000
- Total Revenues: $239,000