What experience do I need to make it in business with Colors on Parade?
Your attitude, drive, and aptitude, not your experience, are most important. We can teach you the rest.
What type of abilities do I need to be a successful Colors on Parade area developer?
Previous automotive paint and body experience is helpful, but not necessary. The area developer franchisee should possess some technical aptitude to learn and be able to perform the Colors on Parade services. Management, sales, marketing, leadership, business planning, and financial forecasting are the types of business experience required.
What type of abilities do I need to be a successful Colors on Parade operator franchisee?
Previous automotive paint and body experience is not needed; however, some experience is beneficial. Individuals interested in the operator franchisee opportunity must demonstrate a level of endurance that is needed to work outdoors.
How much can I expect to make?
Colors on Parade provides national average earnings in our Franchise Disclosure Document. As part of your decision making process, we also encourage you to contact existing Colors on Parade franchisees that we will provide to you. The information you gather from these sources should provide you with data to prepare your own financial estimates.
How is it possible that Colors on Parade franchisees can spray outside?
Colors on Parade meets or exceeds all standards set by the United States Environmental Protection Agency, and each franchisee is trained in Hazmat and OSHA standards. Colors on Parade maintains a working relationship with federal, state, and local officials to stay ahead of new regulations.
Who uses Colors on Parade’s services?
There are many potential markets that can benefit from the services offered by Colors on Parade. Colors on Parade franchisees concentrate on new and pre-owned automobile dealers, rental car companies, other automotive fleet operators, and individual’s personal vehicles. Colors on Parade also repairs paint damage on motorcycles, motor homes, ATVs, golf carts, and airplanes.