Crosbie Will Continue the IV Vitamin Therapy Franchise’s Growth
Ben Crosbie has been named CEO of The DRIPBaR, a franchise focused on helping its clients fight the effects of aging and chronic illness as well as obtain mental and physical health through IV therapies.
Crosbie was previously the brand’s chief development officer and has been instrumental in its expansion. As CEO, he will continue to work on the brand’s growth. According to the franchise’s website, IV vitamin therapy is the fastest way to get nutrients throughout your body.
The DRIPBaR’s Offerings
The DRIPBaR offers IV health support and lifestyle drips to treat different conditions. For example, the “Soother” is a blend of zinc, vitamin C, B vitamins, and other micronutrients that disrupts muscle tension and supports mental health. The “Shield” is for those who recently had exposure to illness and want to strengthen their immune system. Under the supervision of a doctor, registered nurses handle all of the IV drips.
In a statement, Crosbie said, “Since 2019, we have been able to develop a comprehensive system to support our franchisees. Our operations and franchise system only continue to grow stronger.” Everyone is starting to recognize the power of intravenous therapies to maintain their best health and are seeking new ways to complement conventional treatment options.” Crosbie added that his mission is to maintain the brand’s high standards so it continues to be a top IV therapy franchise.
This year alone, The DRIPBaR is expected to open at least 50 locations in Arizona, Long Island, Hawaii, and Atlanta. Additonally, New York and Southern California are among the areas that the franchise is targeting for expansion.
In addition to IV therapy treatments, The DRIPBaR also offers hyperbaric oxygen therapy, food inflammation testing, ozone therapy, and red light therapy.
Crosbie is an experienced franchisor and businessman. He is the founder and CEO of a franchise development company called ZOR 411. In addition to his decades of experience and passion for the health industry, he uses his knowledge of consulting and real estate to grow health and wellness franchises. In terms of how he got his start in the industry, he was orginally a personal trainer in Boston.
In a statement, Crosbie said, “I want to bring a modern and accessible approach to help everyday people across America. We are blazing a path and going where others have not. The interest we are already receiving from people wanting to become franchise partners is astounding and we are ready to meet the demand.”