Omaha, Neb.-based Complete Nutrition, a nutritional supplement retailer and health/fitness consultant, aims to make a push in Sacramento and other Northern California cities over the next three years.
The company said today that it plans to add about 150 franchise stores to its network over the next three years.
Besides Sacramento, target markets include Chico, Redding and Eureka. Currently, the closest outlet to Sacramento is in Reno.
Complete Nutrition also is looking to open in Bakersfield and in select cities in South Carolina, Tennessee and West Virginia.
"We're ready to create the next chapter of the Complete Nutrition brand as we seek to grow with qualified individuals who are passionate about health and fitness all over the country," said Ryan Zink, Complete Nutrition's president.
Complete Nutrition, which began franchising in 2008, said it will open 25 franchise stores this year through agreements already signed, elevating its overall store count to 196.
More information on the company and franchising terms can be seen at www.completenutritionfranchising.com.
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