The American Dart League is a centrally controlled nationwide league of dart competitors and fans, and one of the groups sanctioned by the American Darters Association, Inc. (ADA). The American Dart League consists of two league options: an open league with ‘scratch’ play in the games 501 singles and cricket doubles; and the NEUTRALIZER League, which equalizes competition through a handicapping system, in the games 301 singles and cricket doubles. The American Dart League operates in 25 U.S. states and is managed by trained professionals to ensure the best-organized darts program in the country.
Full Franchise Information
The American Darters Association (ADA), the only for-profit national darts organization in the United States, offers two business opportunities: 1) Corporate Account Program, which provides an individual the opportunity to develop the American Dart League under a limited license agreement; and 2) Company Operated Program, which provides the opportunity to develop the ADA as a League Manager. ADA franchise developers are provided with complete training, protected areas, support materials, full-time support personnel, customized supporting software, the proprietary NEUTRALIZER system for equalizing play regardless of ability, the Professional Darter Certification Program, and supporting materials, such as operations manuals and rule books.
American Dart Franchise Opportunities – History
The American Darters Association was founded in 1991 as the sanctioning body for a nationwide centrally controlled dart league. The ADA is headquartered in Wentzville, Missouri.
American Dart Franchise Cost / Initial Investment / American Dart Franchise Income
The initial fee to start an American Darters Association franchise is $500 to $1,000. The total investment ranges from $1,500 to $2,800. There is no licensing fee required to develop the ADA as a Company Operated Program.
American Dart Business Opportunities: Other Information
The American Dart League is the country’s only national dart league program. ADA League Managers develop and maintain American Dart Leagues for both traditional English ‘steel-tip’ darts and electronic ‘soft-tip’ darts.