Be financially stable. This is a great "home based" and "second income" business. If, however, you are not financially stable, you need a job, not a business opportunity. Get that job and then give us a call. It can take some time to develop a good set of accounts and you need to be able to pay your bills in the mean time.

Be stable in your place of residence. If you are planning to move in the near future, do not pursue this business until you stabilize your situation. This business is not portable.

If you own a lab or already have a successful business in place, our program is not for you UNLESS you are trying to "un-complicate" your situation and give up that overhead. If you already have that overhead and intend to keep it, you need to do your own production and you do not need us.

Return calls. If you do not return phone calls or regularly answer your phone, you should not pursue this business. Not only will your customers give up on you, we will give up on you. Returning phone calls is VERY, VERY important to the success of this business opportunity and for you to work well with our company.

You must have at least $2,000 to invest in the proper equipment to service clients (if you do not already have the equipment).

Be "kid friendly" and able to work will with children of all ages (including adults).

You must be available weekends to shoot youth sports leagues.

Be responsible, detail oriented, proactive, diligent, and completely ethical in your behavior toward our company and your clients. No games, no bounced checks, no disappearing acts, etc.. You can count on the same from us.

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These are Actual Examples of Shoots

W.C.B. (Baseball League of 130 players)
Net Revenue: $2,042.67
Labor Needed: Owner plus one additional photographer on main day. Owner accomplished make-up day on a weeknight.
Approximate Net to Distributor: $550.00-$650.00

S.U.L.L. (Baseball League of 260 players)
Net Revenue: $5,083.00
Labor Needed: Owner plus one additional photographer and one assistant. Owner accomplished make-up day.
Approximate Net to Distributor: $1,500.00-$1,750.00

O.A. (Football League of 179 players)
Net Revenue: $4,046.65
Labor Needed: Owner plus one additional photographer and one assistant. Owner accomplished make-up day.
Approximate Net to Distributor: $1,250.00-$1,450.00

J.P.W. (Football League of 740 players)
Net Revenue: $15,040.00
Labor Needed: Owner plus three photographers and two assistants. Owner accomplished make-up day.
Approximate Net to Distributor: $4,616.00-$5,366.00


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Notes:

*Net revenue is calculated as Total Revenue minus sales tax and rebates. Distributor retains sales tax and rebate revenue and pays Glory Days based on net revenue amount.

**While these shoots represent actual examples, they are only intended as a guide to give you an idea of the revenue potential from a youth sports photography account. Some sports have lower revenue per player than others (basketball and soccer are generally lower than baseball or football). Pricing also plays a factor in revenue.

***Using Average Photographer Day Rate of $150.00 and assistant rate of $100.00
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