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Zounds Hearing Aids

Quick Summary

Interested in a owning your own business? We can make it happen! Zounds Hearing is the fastest-growing hearing aid company in the country, with new franchise locations opening coast to coast. Our low start-up and operating costs provide an excellent opportunity for anyone interested in owning their own business.

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Minimum Cash Required$50,000
Financing AssistanceNone
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Zounds Hearing Aids

Own a High-Profit-Potential Zounds Hearing Franchise for a Low Investment
  • Set up your Zounds Hearing Franchise for as low as $94,000(includes franchise fee, initial inventory, audiometric testing equipment, working capital, and store preparation).
  • Financing may be availablewith banking partner or with small business administration.
  • Owner operator model.
Three out of four Americans with hearing loss do not use hearing aids.3
When asked "Why not?"
  • 50% said it costs too much (Zounds hearing is the low-price leader).
  • Over 50% said they did not like the performance (Zounds hearing is the technology leader with 57 patents).
  • Vanity and the stigma of wearing hearing aids (Zounds hearing aids are discreet and disappear behind the ear).
Extensive Franchisee Support Includes:
  • High performing, proven Marketing Outreach programs in all Zounds markets.
  • Automatic product reordering.
  • Special Health Plan pricing and financing options available for customers.
Zounds Hearing is the Price, Product and Performance Leader
  • Lowest Price in the Industry
  • Newest Technology (Most competitors are still selling 30-year-old technology)
  • Best Performance (Customers literally hear the difference)
  • 30-Day Money-Back Guarantee
  • Up to 2 Year WarrantyFREE Rechargeable Batteries
1. MarketTrak VIII Study
2. U.S. Census Bureau, 2004.
3. The National Council on the Aging. (1999). The Consequences of Untreated Hearing Loss in Older Persons. Washington, D.C.

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