BRAS (Breast Research Awareness & Support) is a one-of-a-kind business concept designed to provide women with a series of services and products aimed at true breast health and ultimately breast cancer prevention. BRAS provides low-cost, effective and drug-free services, as well as educational assistance in breast health. The main thrust of BRAS is educating women on the benefits of radiation-free, zero-touch digital infrared thermal images that can warn of potential breast health problems up to 10 years before a mammogram. The BRAS approach to breast health allows time to teach prevention techniques, provide safe breast thermography and breast health screenings while selling a variety of innovative natural products for breast health.
Full Franchise Information
BRAS provides a turnkey franchise system including two-day training as a clinical thermographer, five-day training for proprietary BRAS information and techniques, business operations, hiring and employee relations, administration, marketing, advertising services and products, inventory and much more. Also, BRAS supplies franchisees with initial marketing materials, advertising support, business management materials, opening inventory, computer systems management, and new product and service innovation for breast health. BRAS is available as a home-based business.
BRAS Franchise Opportunities – History
BRAS was founded in 2008 by Linda Bamber, a teacher, writer, speaker and nutritionist, whose mother and sister were diagnosed several years earlier with breast cancer only six months apart. After researching information and giving presentations on what she had learned, Bamber started BRAS. BRAS now has franchise locations in Kansas, Missouri, Kentucky, Tennessee, Oklahoma, and other regions.
BRAS Franchise Cost / Initial Investment / BRAS Franchise Income
BRAS franchises are available throughout the United States. Minimum cash required to open and operate BRAS franchise is $59,500.
BRAS Business Opportunities: Other Information
BRAS offers numerous educational opportunities to learn about breast health, including a monthly newsletter, and a radio show, called Think Beyond Pink.