Bach to Rock Music School Launches Part Three of its Franchisee Spotlight Series
Introducing the Husband-and-Wife Owners of its Tampa and Orlando Schools
Top Franchise Owners Share Expert Tips for Success in a 4-part Series.
May 17, 2022 // Franchising.com // Bethesda, MD - Bach to Rock announces the launch of the third profile in its franchisee spotlight campaign, which features top Bach to Rock music school owners sharing their tips for success in starting, owning and operating a Bach to Rock franchise. The 4-part series continues with the introduction Rick and Holly Schmidt, the husband-and-wife owners of two Bach to Rock music schools in Tampa and Orlando, Florida. Prior to opening their Tampa school in 2018, Rick spent over 20 years in the music and radio industry. Holly’s experience in the corporate health care industry continues as she supports the schools through her organizational and management skills. The fourth and final profile in the series will feature the owner of the Bach to Rock music school in San Diego, California.
“The franchisee spotlight campaign has been very fulfilling. First, we’ve been able to provide an excellent resource for people interested in pursuing Bach to Rock franchise ownership. And second, these franchisees are outstanding entrepreneurs who deserve recognition for their hard work and dedication,” said Brian Gross, President of Bach to Rock. “Our third profile features Rick and Holly Schmidt, owners of the Bach to Rock music schools in Tampa and Orlando, Florida. Rick’s music and radio industry experience has been a huge asset to their success. He has a keen eye for talent and knows how to help students explore their skills and grow to the next level.” The spotlight campaign will provide essential information for others considering a livelihood as a Bach to Rock music school owner.
Before opening the Tampa school, Rick enjoyed a 20+ year career in the music and radio industry. Highlights include programming Tampa’s 98Rock and some of the nation’s largest rock radio stations, signing recording artists to music labels and marketing large events and venues. As a radio program director, Schmidt helped launch the careers of Florida bands Sister Hazel, Creed and Shinedown. Rick also represented various artists that have collectively: sold over 1.5 million albums; scored four top-15 rock hits; received video play on MTV; had music featured in video games, and even had one artist provide the walk-up song for former Tampa Bay Rays baseball all-star, Evan Longoria.
Rick Schmidt shared some key advice for potential franchisees, “Hire good people who WANT to teach. Create an environment where your customers enjoy their time at your school. Give your staff the tools they need to do their jobs. And make sure you know your customers’ names.” Rick also believes in being on top of the details, “Always sweat the small stuff. Details are the difference between good and great.”
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