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<ul><li> 1. Crossfit Ozona</li></ul> <p> 2. Business ModelDeliver excellence in 3 areas:CoachingTraining experienceEverything else (billing systems, foundations classes, facility, etc.)Be inclusiveMake sure our culture welcomes new athletes and doesnt become a clique of cool people that puts off theneophyte.Play together - do community events, Crossfit events, have parties, have fun!Do business with athletes once - we want to feel like a sports team not a gym where were constantly selling toour athletes. For us this means no supplement sales, membership promotions, upsells, contracts, etc. Thisphilosophy underlies so many things we do.Be Principal based:Go the extra mile for our clientsTreat people the same way Id want to be treated, even if it involves tough feedback or the answer "no. 3. Business ModelThe three areas of the business model are inclusive of everything torun a gym based on integrity.We will not market the same way most business do. We will let ourathletes testimony be our biggest ally.We will run a blog with the Workout of the Day(WOD), member stories,pictures and videos, as well as nutritional tips and healthy lifestylepromotion.Social media will be a tool used to connect with current andprospective members.There will be no commercials or ads. We will grow through word ofmouth. Delivering a great product is what drives our business model. 4. Business ModelMemberships will be all inclusive of the gymat $125 per month.Inexperienced members will go throughclasses to learn the exercises which are anadditional $50 per class.There is no sign up fee and no hiddencharges. 5. Pro Forma StatementExpense Cost ($)Security Deposit on Warehouse $2000.00First 6 Months Rent $6000.00Computer Systems/Office Furniture $1000.00Crossfit Affiliation$3000.00Weight Equipment$17,000.00Insurance $1000.00Legal $100.00Office Supplies $600.00Slush Fund(Unexpected)$10000.00Total Start Up Expenses $40,700.00 6. Projected IncomeWe have set a goal of 20 members in the first three months.At $125 per month this comes to $2,500 a month, not includingany more growth or the introduction classes.Classes come out to around $2,000 if each member takes atleast 2 intro classes.20 members for the first full year would cover $30,000 of theopening expenses. If we project to at least 30 loyal members inthe first year, we would be making money.30 members would equal $45,000 without introduction classes.This is a realistic goal that we can reach.We plan for high expenses and lower sales in hopes that we arepleasantly surprised by the success that we have. 7. Projected IncomeWe have set a goal of 20 members in the first three months.At $125 per month this comes to $2,500 a month, not includingany more growth or the introduction classes.Classes come out to around $2,000 if each member takes atleast 2 intro classes.20 members for the first full year would cover $30,000 of theopening expenses. If we project to at least 30 loyal members inthe first year, we would be making money.30 members would equal $45,000 without introduction classes.This is a realistic goal that we can reach.We plan for high expenses and lower sales in hopes that we arepleasantly surprised by the success that we have.</p>