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Dream Vacations Offers an Exciting Franchise Opportunity at a Low Cost

As the world emerges from the COVID-19 crisis, the travel franchise is ready to help people resume their vacation plans.

Looking to get into franchise ownership? Now is a good time to take the leap. 

The COVID-19 pandemic has a major disruption for nearly everyone on the planet, and as a result, many people have lost their jobs. However, for those recently out of work and aspiring to become business owners, there is a silver lining in franchising. 

While jumping into business ownership can sound daunting, it doesn't have to be scary if entrepreneurs find the correct venture for them. For many prospects, Dream Vacations, the travel agency franchise, may offer a dream business opportunity.

With so much of the population forced to remain on lockdown, it’s almost certain that millions will be itching to travel as soon as restrictions start to lift. Dream Vacations offers franchisees an opportunity to take advantage of that pent up demand for the low initial investment of under $22,000. Plus, Dream Vacations franchisees are able to run their business from home, meaning there’s no need to worry about excess costs in finding and maintaining real estate fees. 

Although many Americans' vacations are currently paused or cancelled, there’s no telling how many will be eager to rebook or start planning their getaways for 2021 and beyond. With so much turmoil and uncertainty in the world, planning a getaway with loved ones can seem like a vacation itself, and it gives families and those quarantining alone something to look forward to. 

According to CNBC, “Every day and every week, it just seems like things are changing and it’s really dynamic. It’s hard for us to say right now when we think people will be ready to travel — but travel will come back.”

As an industry that boasts a large portion of the world’s economic landscape, the travel industry is already looking like it’s on the upside of this crisis. As more and more states are beginning to lift restrictions, people are more likely to start traveling by car and soon again by train and airplane. 

According to the U.S. Chamber of Commerce, “the majority of stories people are hearing concern businesses closing or laying off workers. However, some small businesses are uniquely suited to the COVID-19 crisis and have seen an uptick in demand.”

This could be especially true for those looking and planning to open their businesses during this crisis, giving them a leg up after all the dust has settled. Now may be the best time to start a Dream Vacations franchise.