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Recently, the Philly Voice sat down to speak with Jill Littman, a songs for seeds franchise owner. Our kids education franchise concept appeals to all walks of life, and Jill offers a testament to the strength of our business model.

About Jill Littman

Philly native Jill Littman has produced over two dozen TV series, including the Food Network’s “Restaurant: Impossible” for all 13 seasons as co-executive producer. After the show ended in 2016, Littman took a break from producing.

During her time away she opened a mommy-and-me franchise, originally started by a close friend of hers, called songs for seeds.

What Sets Our Kids Education Franchise Apart

“My very closest friend from overnight camp when I was a kid started this business in New York, Apple Seeds and songs for seeds,” says Littman. “As ‘Restaurant: Impossible’ was kind of winding down I was trying to figure out what to do next and she said, ‘Hey, do you want to open a franchise?’ And I was like, ‘No.'”

“And then I saw it and it was pretty amazing so I kind of fell in love with the whole program idea,” says Littman. 

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SOURCE/JILL LITTMAN: Jill Littman plays with the kids at her Song for Seeds program.

songs for seeds a kids education franchise styled as a mommy-and-me class for babies and kids up to six years of age.

This early education program is not your average mommy-and-me class, however. It features a three-piece live band that plays popular music.

At the end of each class, the kids can then play with the real instruments and even use the microphone to “sing with the band.”

 

On Owning Her Own Franchise Business

It certainly seems like it would be difficult to balance producing and owning a franchise, but Littman makes it sound easy working from home “doing all the prep, and then I go on location and shoot it.”

“When I’m home, I’m really home,” Littman says. 

Skids-education-franchise-songs-for-seedshe also gets help operating the education franchise from one of the musicians in the program acting as a manager.

But as different as this may sound from a restaurant being redesigned in two days with $10,000, she doesn’t think that the two are all that different from each other.

“There’s always a show. There’s people to manage. There’s great moments and then there’s not so great moments. But yeah, it’s a different world, but you’re still dealing with people. It’s just a different kind of people.”

Littman talks about her favorite part of the program by adding, “It’s fun to have a little piece of helping them grow up and help them have these cool experiences. You can’t help but smile.” 

Read the original article at Philly Voice.

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