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Franchise |
We are expanding in many regions and cities.
Our Concept |
What sets The GABIE Adventures apart from other childrens franchises?

It’s simple!

We've created a concept that is easy to implement in all kinds of facilities. The "We come to you" concept takes away the need for the facilities to hire buses, incorporate lunches, chaperones, and the risks associated traveling with students. With our in-house field trip we’ve reduced the complexity of the above issues raised and created an educational, experiential field trip for all to enjoy. Minimal buy in, with great potential with our new technology you can park and provide your program anywhere.

That’s it. Sounds simple. And it is.

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“Currently, there are excellent opportunities to work with our school location experts to find the perfect territory for your new Great American Bus Interactive Education (GABIE Adventures) franchise. But don’t wait too long! To be considered for a GABIE Adventures franchise, you must:

• Be committed to meet the obligations of a GABIE Adventures Franchise Agreement
• Have a sound business and personal reputation
• Have a love of children and education with values aligning with the GABIE Adventures culture

• Have the financial qualifications to fund the business

Lisa Williams

Thank You for your Interest
in GABIE Adventures!

Does this sound like you?
Dedicated interest in the business
• Focused and driven to succeed

• Interest in teaching students stem/ agriculture to have a healthier eating/active lifestyle

• Commitment to community involvement

• Outgoing, engaging personality



Step 1: Submit Request for More Information

Once that's received, we will contact you within 24 hours to discuss the opportunity in detail.


Step 2: Initial Discussion

During the phone call, we will talk more about the opportunity and answer all questions.  If we mutually feel that it's a good fit, we'll send you our formal  Request for Consideration (RFC) for completion.


Step 3: The Legal Stuff

Upon approval of the RFC, we'll email you our Franchise Disclosure Document (FDD) with subsequent review and discussion.


Step 4: Let's Visit and Validate!

The Final Step will be a Discovery Day in Atlanta, GA or Tampa, FL., where you will visit existing corporate and franchise operations, meet our Founder, Lisa Williams and management team, franchisees, and experience firsthand the excitement of owning a GABIE Adventures! 


Step 5: Welcome to the GABIE family!

After all the franchise paperwork has been completed and franchise fee paid, we'll work with you to purchase your pre-owned school bus. We will immediately begin the work to transform the interior of your bus into an GABIE Adventures masterpiece of wonder!

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Ashley Goins |
Manager Atlanta Corporate Franchise/ Atlanta and surrounding counties, Georgia.

"The Gabie Bus fulfilled my desire to educate and help students to learn about agriculture and become self-sustaining. I believe that with the GABIE Bus and program, teaching our youth, we can help eradicate childhood hunger.

Owner Broward/Palm Beach and Hendry County Florida
Ron Totarsky |

“I saw the GABIE Bus and decided I wanted to help kids and the GABIE Adventure Learning Bus was such a great concept, I immediately signed on “

Ron joined the team after a long successful careen in Corporate America.Today, Ron has served over 500 schools bringing GABIE to over ½ million students!

Amber Boykin |
Manager of Tampa Corporate Franchise/ Hillsborough and Pasco County Florida

" As an agriculture communications major I am able to live out my personal platform of agriculture awareness and educate the next generation. This is why I love GABIE."

Armando Barrionuevo |
Miami/Dade, Orlando, Lake and Osceola County, Florida

With a passion for teaching and learning Armando chose GABIE. “I saw it’s true potential to change how we learn and make it exciting for the kids and easy for the teachers.”

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