SeekingSitters Franchise System Inc.

SeekingSitters Franchise System Inc.

We love what we are doing and want to be able to share this opportunity with other business minded moms and dads!

The husband and wife team of David and Adrienne Kallweit founded SeekingSitters after a combined 20 years of success in the corporate world.

David earned his management degree from the University of Nebraska and spent his career managing, estimating and scheduling million dollar construction projects across the nation. His extensive management background has helped fuel the development of the SeekingSitters System.

Adrienne received her degree from the University of Oklahoma and later purchased her family’s employment background investigation business, Hide and Seek USA. As a licensed and skilled background-check investigator and business owner, Adrienne recognized the risks involved in finding and hiring persons of high moral character, free of criminal backgrounds. Therefore, an integral part of SeekingSitters’ unique babysitting referral system is the intense background check incorporated into every sitter placement of every Franchise in the nation.

Adrienne and David and their three children live on acreage in rural northeastern Oklahoma, and have been married since 1999. Their SeekingSitters Franchise Systems corporate office is located in Tulsa, Oklahoma.

Do I need an office to run my SeekingSitters?
No! While Seeking Sitters is designed to be a Work At Home Franchise, depending on the size of your location you may choose to have an outside office.

How much does it cost to start and operate a SeekingSitters’ franchise?
The benefit of a Seeking Sitters franchise is that the start-up costs and ongoing overhead are very minimal. And by following our designed system, you can start making money right away! The initial franchise fee is $18,500 but can vary based on size and market potential of the city or region being purchased. Your total estimated startup cost is between $25,000 and $45,000.

What is the charge for royalty?

Can the royalty fee be reduced if our sales are increasing?
Yes! There are several incentives that can help reduce your royalty fee to as low as 3%.

How much do I contribute to Corporate Advertising?
Each franchisee contributes 1% of gross receipts to a Corporate Advertising and Development Fund.

3411 E. 21st Street
Tulsa, OK 74114
Contact Name: David Kallweit
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