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Frequently Asked Questions

Are summer camps profitable?

Yes, summer camps are profitable if the camp owners are smart with their expenses and use market research and data to decide what to charge. Just like any business, running a profitable summer camp takes effort, but it is worth it.

Can Sawyer migrate my camp schedule?

Yes! Our team will build your first schedule for free. Additional schedules are easy to set up and our dedicated support team is always here to help.

Do camps need to be licensed?

Yes, states, cities, and counties have licensing requirements for camps. The American Camp Association (ACA) has created a list that includes information about the licenses required by each state to start and run a camp for kids. Most states require health department permits as well as background checks for staff in order to get started.

How is Sawyer priced?

Sawyer is transparently priced and flexible—we never charge more for additional locations, students, or activities. Our team will work with you to find a price that works for your business, regardless if you’re just starting out or scaling to your 100th location. We also don’t lock you into restrictive contracts.

How can Sawyer help my after school business grow?

Sawyer for after school improves the customer registration experience and enables you to take bookings, set up your schedules, and seamlessly automate administrative tasks. We offer an exclusive Marketplace that your business can use to reach hundreds of thousands of parents each month.

To see Sawyer for Business in action, speak with our team today.
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