LOS ANGELES–TITLE Boxing Club, the nation’s leading boutique boxing fitness franchise with more than 185 clubs open across the United States, announced today it plans to bring new clubs to the West Coast over the next five years as part of a strategic, geographically targeted growth model.
The Club currently has two clubs and one in development in San Diego. The target is to have five new clubs.
With the global fitness and health club industry generating more than $80 billion in the United States annually, the market remains hot for TITLE Boxing Club to continue its domestic expansion, particularly in San Diego, Orange County, Los Angeles, San Francisco Las Vegas and Phoenix. Momentum has largely been driven by the brand’s premium offerings of explosive, total-body boxing and kickboxing classes that energize, strengthen and challenge members.
“We’ve seen consistent growth in our home region of the Midwest and the East Coast, recently selling out in Manhattan,” said TITLE Boxing Club President Susan Boresow. “Now it’s all about duplicating that success on the West Coast, where fitness is engrained in the culture. It’s an incredible opportunity.”
Boresow said the brand’s franchise model provides entrepreneurs with tactical site selection, marketing, operations, as well as strong leadership support. She noted the franchise is ideal for those passionate about health and fitness who have leadership experience and a desire to be an active member of their community.
“Our geographically targeted growth model has been created to provide an infrastructure to help grow and support our franchisees with the proper operations, marketing guidance and ongoing training needed to ensure their success,” she said.
Founded in 2008, TITLE Boxing Club started franchising in 2009 and has since exploded domestically and embarked on its international expansion this year. The development model aims to aid in the brand’s domestic expansion plans to open more than 50 clubs in 2019. TITLE is also anticipating major development globally, specifically in Mexico, Canada, Panama, Columbia, Dominican Republic, Australia, Japan, Brazil, South Africa, Columbia, Peru, Chile, Dubai and China.