Celebree School, a leading provider of early childhood education programs, is embarking on a new corporate hub strategy as the brand expands into new markets across the United States. The first location to open under this initiative will be in Cary, North Carolina, in Q4 2023.
With its opening, the brand aims to grow and increase brand awareness while awarding franchise agreements in key markets across the state, including the Raleigh-Durham DMA and the greater Charlotte market.
The location will be located at 11550 Green Level Church Rd, in the northwestern part of Cary.
This new corporate-owned school will play a critical role in identifying prime areas for growth, recruitment, enrollment, and training as part of franchisee onboarding and opening. Celebree School’s Founder and CEO, Richard Huffman, stated that this is an exciting chapter in the brand’s growth journey and expressed his excitement in expanding the brand across the country with like-minded franchisees who believe in its mission and promise to “Grow People Big and Small™.”
The company is set to open five additional corporate hubs in strategic growth markets across the country, including Atlanta, Boston, Dallas, Houston, and Orlando. All of these locations are projected to open by the end of 2024, and they will play a key role in driving franchise growth. With 26 corporate schools, 13 franchise locations, and 90-plus in various stages of development, Celebree School is well on its way to reaching its goal of opening 150 new schools in the next three years.
Celebree School offers programs for children aged six weeks to 12 years old, with unique curriculums designed to develop positive social skills and values while allowing children to learn about their world through age-appropriate play, projects, and activities. Parents can drop in and visit their children anytime and choose between part-time and full-time care.
Celebree is the latest company that is expanding to the business-friendly area of Cary. Epic Games is continuing to expand its campus in Cary despite a series of setbacks (including $520 million in FTC fines), and 14 Fortune 500 companies currently call Cary their home.
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