With the opening of the first all battery retail store in 1988 in Green Bay, Wisconsin, Batteries Plus quickly became the uncontested leader in the battery market, differentiated by superior knowledge, product availability, and expertise. The initial offering of products and services consisted primarily of automotive type “SLI” batteries, alternators, starters, regulators, belts and a limited selection of specialty batteries, related accessories and tools. As our reputation for solving battery problems grew, and the demand for supplying “specialty” batteries increased, it became evident that our real opportunity was to increase our overall selection of batteries.
This ultimately enabled us to be known as the source for all battery needs and gave us the impetus to grow our business and our brand. Our first franchise retail store opened in 1992 in Ft. Wayne, Indiana. In 2010 Batteries Plus added light bulbs to its unique offering of products providing one source for power needs. A growing number of stores are now stocking the most popular light bulbs and hundreds of specialty light bulbs. We can fulfill virtually any light bulb or battery request from consumers and businesses alike. Today, Batteries Plus is the nation’s largest franchise of its kind, offering a comprehensive selection of batteries, light bulbs, related products and technical support that meet increasing demands. With over 22 years of experience and 460 locations in 46 states, Batteries Plus has the expertise to help you start your business.
Leading Reasons Batteries Plus is a Top Franchise to Consider
We are the nation’s largest specialty provider of battery and light bulb solutions offering the latest, most comprehensive selection of batteries, light bulbs, accessories and value added services to both retail and business-to-business customers. Batteries Plus:
Franchisee satisfaction. See how our franchisee’s rated the Batteries Plus system for yourself. See the “Franchise Business Review” – Franchisee Satisfaction Report operates in the large, under-served industries of batteries and light bulbs. The U.S. battery industry is estimated to be $30.7 billion in sales with an annual growth rate of 4.1%, while the U.S. light bulb industry is about $14 billion.* (*Freedonia Research Study)
- Multiple revenue streams including retail and business-to-business
- Prime market availability – single or multiple units
- Product line of over 30,000 batteries, light bulbs and related products
- Established model and support system