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Les Klew has been a fixture of the county's soccer community for the past twenty years. Over the years he has coached hundreds of children. Many of his first players now have children of their own. Currently, he is the supervisor of soccer officials for Wingback County area. His level of expertise in soccer has made him an important contributor to the development of the sport in Wingback County. He has instant credibility with players and coaches.

Like Les, his wife Noh has been an important booster of soccer in Wingback County, especially women's soccer. Noh has coached numerous girls teams and has served as the chairperson of the Wingback County Soccer Association.

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Les Klew has been a fixture of the county''''''''s soccer community for the past twenty years. Over the years he has coached hundreds of children. Many of his first players now have children of their own. Currently, he is the supervisor of soccer officials for Wingback County area. His level of expertise in soccer has made him an important contributor to the development of the sport in Wingback County. He has instant credibility with players and coaches.

Like Les, his wife Noh has been an important booster of soccer in Wingback County, especially women''''''''s soccer. Noh has coached numerous girls teams and has served as the chairperson of the Wingback County Soccer Association.

The monthly break-even as shown below, is based upon forecasted sales, listed earlier in this plan, and all our anticipated monthly expenses.

Business ratios for the years of this plan are shown below. Industry profile ratios based on the Standard Industrial Classification (SIC) code 7997, Sport and Recreation Club, are shown for comparison.


Soccer continues to grow in popularity, so much that Colorado Springs is getting a multimillion dollar indoor facility.

The 48,000 square foot facility will have two full fields and a small practice field, but what will really make this place unique is a restaurant and bar upstairs that overlooks the people playing below.

Soccer continues to grow in popularity, so much that Colorado Springs is getting a multimillion dollar indoor facility. It's called the Soccer Haus and.

Instructions 1 Research the community you plan on starting your business in. Assess whether there is a need for your services and be aware of the competition you may have. 2 Create a business blue print. Plan and budget your business. Write down any revenue and expenses you expect to have. Consider the cost of furniture, play materials, staff, advertising and licensing. Think about how to go about funding the daycare center, whether it s through government grants, bank loans, private investors or venture capitalists. Create a business plan that you can always reflect upon. 3 Contact the Ohio Department of Job & Family Services to get information about starting a daycare center. Allow them to guide you during the licensing and inspection process and have them provide you with the correct forms to fill out. Ohio Department of Job & Family Services Bureau of Child Care and Development 255 East Main Street, 3rd Floor Columbus, OH 43215 614-466-1043 4 Meet training and educational demands. Have a high school diploma or the equivalent and some form of continuing education and training in the early childhood education field. This can be a college education and various hours worked in childcare. Meet one or more of the various acceptable scenarios mentioned in Chapter 5101:2-12 of the Licensing of Child Care Centers Rules. 5 Pay the licensing fee with your application. Submit the licensing application to the Ohio Department of Job & Family Services together with the $100 application fee. Expect to get contacted by a local licensing filed office supervisor. They might call you in for an interview. 6 Pass a fingerprinting and a criminal background check assuring the licensing unit there is no criminal activity, child neglect or abuse in your past. 7 Receive a medical examination from a qualified individual before opening your business to assure authorities you are mentally and physically stable. Undergo another physical every three years while running your business. 8 Know first aid and CPR. Complete first aid and cardio-pulmonary resuscitation (CPR) training. 9 Meet health, safety, sanitation, building regulations and codes for the location you are operating. Provide at least 35 square feet of indoor space and 60 square feet of outdoor space per child. Follow requirements set for hand washing and restroom facilities, diapering and food preparation areas. Provide age-appropriate play materials and childproof the facility. Find all regulations and rules in Chapter 5101:2-12 of the Licensing of Child Care Centers Rules. 10 Expect an inspection of the facility by a qualified inspector from your local child care licensing unit. 11 Hire a qualified staff according to the staff-to-child ratios provided by the state of Ohio. Prior to their first workday, make sure that all have passed the fingerprinting and criminal background check and the mandatory physical exam. 12 Advertise your business. Advertise your daycare center in local Ohio newspapers and on bulletin boards in libraries, grocery stores and banks. Provide quality service and word-of-mouth may also increase your business. 1

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Perhaps you could talk to your city planning department. They will be able to give you all the relevent information regarding parking etc. Realtors will guide you through the property buying experience. There is so much more to consider, everything from the business plan to paying for it all.

Les Klew has been a fixture of the county''s soccer community for the past twenty years. Over the years he has coached hundreds of children. Many of his first players now have children of their own. Currently, he is the supervisor of soccer officials for Wingback County area. His level of expertise in soccer has made him an important contributor to the development of the sport in Wingback County. He has instant credibility with players and coaches.

Like Les, his wife Noh has been an important booster of soccer in Wingback County, especially women''s soccer. Noh has coached numerous girls teams and has served as the chairperson of the Wingback County Soccer Association.

The monthly break-even as shown below, is based upon forecasted sales, listed earlier in this plan, and all our anticipated monthly expenses.

Business ratios for the years of this plan are shown below. Industry profile ratios based on the Standard Industrial Classification (SIC) code 7997, Sport and Recreation Club, are shown for comparison.

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Les Klew has been a fixture of the county''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''s soccer community for the past twenty years. Over the years he has coached hundreds of children. Many of his first players now have children of their own. Currently, he is the supervisor of soccer officials for Wingback County area. His level of expertise in soccer has made him an important contributor to the development of the sport in Wingback County. He has instant credibility with players and coaches.

Like Les, his wife Noh has been an important booster of soccer in Wingback County, especially women''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''s soccer. Noh has coached numerous girls teams and has served as the chairperson of the Wingback County Soccer Association.

The monthly break-even as shown below, is based upon forecasted sales, listed earlier in this plan, and all our anticipated monthly expenses.

Business ratios for the years of this plan are shown below. Industry profile ratios based on the Standard Industrial Classification (SIC) code 7997, Sport and Recreation Club, are shown for comparison.


Soccer continues to grow in popularity, so much that Colorado Springs is getting a multimillion dollar indoor facility.

The 48,000 square foot facility will have two full fields and a small practice field, but what will really make this place unique is a restaurant and bar upstairs that overlooks the people playing below.

I had a friend in Canada with the same idea and I helped him work through the numbers. It s very difficult to make the numbers work to be honest. Simulators aren t cheap and you d need several of them to make money, and they need to be earning pretty much non-stop during the off season to carry you through the spring/summer/fall. I would also argue that golf is played in October (and sometimes November) and early April (and sometimes March) in New York. The idea can work and it s being done in some areas. There s a reason you don t see it as you move farther South; you can t make ends meet during the off season. If you re in NYC you might have a better chance since it s so hard to get out and play if you live in the city. Of course, your rent will be through the roof as well. Lay out a basic plan in Excel or on paper. List the cost of the simulators, the rent, salaries (I assume you ll take a day off), utilities, signage and advertising, fixtures, computers/registers, credit card machines and fees, and the maintenance and replacement cost of the simulators (they get beat up and outdated so you ll probably need new ones in five years or so), lastly add up how much money you need to make to be comfortable, after taxes. Now you know how much the simulators need to generate. Figure out if they can reasonably do that in five months a year.

Les Klew has been a fixture of the county''''''''''''''''s soccer community for the past twenty years. Over the years he has coached hundreds of children. Many of his first players now have children of their own. Currently, he is the supervisor of soccer officials for Wingback County area. His level of expertise in soccer has made him an important contributor to the development of the sport in Wingback County. He has instant credibility with players and coaches.

Like Les, his wife Noh has been an important booster of soccer in Wingback County, especially women''''''''''''''''s soccer. Noh has coached numerous girls teams and has served as the chairperson of the Wingback County Soccer Association.

The monthly break-even as shown below, is based upon forecasted sales, listed earlier in this plan, and all our anticipated monthly expenses.

Business ratios for the years of this plan are shown below. Industry profile ratios based on the Standard Industrial Classification (SIC) code 7997, Sport and Recreation Club, are shown for comparison.


Soccer continues to grow in popularity, so much that Colorado Springs is getting a multimillion dollar indoor facility.

The 48,000 square foot facility will have two full fields and a small practice field, but what will really make this place unique is a restaurant and bar upstairs that overlooks the people playing below.

Les Klew has been a fixture of the county''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''s soccer community for the past twenty years. Over the years he has coached hundreds of children. Many of his first players now have children of their own. Currently, he is the supervisor of soccer officials for Wingback County area. His level of expertise in soccer has made him an important contributor to the development of the sport in Wingback County. He has instant credibility with players and coaches.

Like Les, his wife Noh has been an important booster of soccer in Wingback County, especially women''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''s soccer. Noh has coached numerous girls teams and has served as the chairperson of the Wingback County Soccer Association.

The monthly break-even as shown below, is based upon forecasted sales, listed earlier in this plan, and all our anticipated monthly expenses.

Business ratios for the years of this plan are shown below. Industry profile ratios based on the Standard Industrial Classification (SIC) code 7997, Sport and Recreation Club, are shown for comparison.


Soccer continues to grow in popularity, so much that Colorado Springs is getting a multimillion dollar indoor facility.

The 48,000 square foot facility will have two full fields and a small practice field, but what will really make this place unique is a restaurant and bar upstairs that overlooks the people playing below.

The boiler plant and smokestack at the former Champion Paper site in Hamilton, Ohio, are imploded as part of its partial demolition in 2014.

Earlier this year, the city Hamilton, Ohio, used this banner to announce that Spooky Nook Sports had agreed to redevelop a vacant factory complex into an indoor sports facility like its site here.

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Les Klew has been a fixture of the county''''s soccer community for the past twenty years. Over the years he has coached hundreds of children. Many of his first players now have children of their own. Currently, he is the supervisor of soccer officials for Wingback County area. His level of expertise in soccer has made him an important contributor to the development of the sport in Wingback County. He has instant credibility with players and coaches.

Like Les, his wife Noh has been an important booster of soccer in Wingback County, especially women''''s soccer. Noh has coached numerous girls teams and has served as the chairperson of the Wingback County Soccer Association.

The monthly break-even as shown below, is based upon forecasted sales, listed earlier in this plan, and all our anticipated monthly expenses.

Business ratios for the years of this plan are shown below. Industry profile ratios based on the Standard Industrial Classification (SIC) code 7997, Sport and Recreation Club, are shown for comparison.


Soccer continues to grow in popularity, so much that Colorado Springs is getting a multimillion dollar indoor facility.

The 48,000 square foot facility will have two full fields and a small practice field, but what will really make this place unique is a restaurant and bar upstairs that overlooks the people playing below.