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Archive: May 2012

Bach to Rock Signs First Franchise Agreement

Music-Minded Entrepreneurs to Open A Chain of New Locations in New York and Connecticut BETHESDA, Md., May 7, 2012 /PRNewswire/ — Bach to Rock, America’s music school for students of all ages, announced today that it has signed its first-ever franchise agreement with Amplified Capital Partners,...

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Bach to Rock Launches National Franchise Program

Bethesda, MD.– (Jan. 10, 2012) – Bach to Rock (B2R), America’s music school for students of all ages, announced today it plans to expand nationwide by offering franchise opportunities to qualified candidates. This is an opportunity for entrepreneurs to build a business that is dedicated to...

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Bach to Rock Starts Franchise Push

Bethesda-based private music school Bach to Rock, ranked No. 1 on the Washington Business Journal’s Companies to Watch in 2012, has launched a mid-Atlantic franchise expansion and plans to eventually franchise its music schools nationwide. Bach to Rock, founded in 2006, has expanded beyond its original...

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Bach to Rock: A Prodigy Amongst Children’s Franchises

In the two months that Bach to Rock has been franchising, it’s earned awards and attention that even the most established of franchise concepts would covet. Inc magazine named Bach to Rock one of the Top 10 Franchises of 2010 and the Washington Business Journal named...

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Bach to Rock: 2012 Fastest Growing Company To Watch Winner

The Washington Business Journal picked 10 companies to be part of the first Companies To Watch feature of our annual Fastest Growing Companies awards program. We asked our readers to vote for the company they thought — or hoped – would make the highest debut on...

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Bach to Rock is Named One of Inc. Magazines TOP 10 Franchises

Bach To Rock – Bethesda, MD No. 332 2010 Revenue: $3.3 million Three-Year Growth: 1,000% No, it’s not School of Rock, but it sure does look like it. Bach to Rock provides kids with music education—but from bands they actually listen to. “You really have to...

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