Path to Ownership

Your investigation will begin with a brief conversation with one of our Development Managers to discuss your business needs and provide you with a general overview of the USAMDT® franchise model. During that discussion, you will learn your role in the day-to-day business and we will answer your initial questions regarding the business model.

The USAMDT Path to Ownership is designed to assure that both you and USAMDT can make a highly informed assessment of your immediate and long term potential within the USAMDT business model. We will ask that you plug into a brief 2 to 3 WEEK DISCOVERY process to fully educate you with our many competitive advantages as well as details surrounding the following:

  • Industry overview and growth
  • USAMDT competitive advantages
  • Initial personnel requirements
  • Training and compliance
  • The day-to-day execution model
  • Marketing and sales strategies
  • Fully integrated technology
  • Available potential territories

Step By Step

Your USAMDT Franchise Development Team will carefully guide you through the process and coordinate your inquiry from your initial call through to your USAMDT Executive Team Approval. The USAMDT Path to Ownership typically evolves in this step-by-step fashion:

  • Introductory call
  • Scheduled operations call
  • Franchise Disclosure Document (FDD) review
  • Speaking directly with USAMDT Franchisees
  • Scheduled Executive approval call
  • Reserve your exclusive territory(s)
  • Initiate a 30 -45 day countdown to opening

One thing is fully assured, you will be fully educated on our industry and our franchise offering. Therefore you will be able to make a very well informed decision – prior to the mutual commitment to the USAMDT Franchise network of professionals.


Legal Disclaimer: This web site and the information contained herein does not constitute the offer or sale of a franchise. The offer and sale of a franchise can only be made through the delivery and receipt of our Federal Disclosure Document (FDD). There are certain states that require the registration of a FDD before the franchisor can advertise or offer the franchise in that state. We may not be registered in all those registration states and may not offer franchises to residents of those states or to persons wishing to locate a franchise in those states.