CHILDREN’S ORCHARD: Overview & Links


Originally published May 13, 2009 [EDITOR’S NOTE:  This Page is being recreated.  Some Links may not be yet be operable]

Children’s Orchard is a chain of franchised resale shops that buy and sell children’s clothing, furniture, and toys.  It was founded in 1980 and, in 2004, was acquired by current CEO Taylor Bond and a group of investors.

According to The Orchard Cooperative website:  “Since 2004 when Mr. Bond took charge, 23 new stores have opened, more than twice that number, 49, have closed… More than a third of those that closed their doors during Bond’s reign had opened their doors during his reign as well. Their time was short. Each… lost hundreds of thousands of dollars in the process. As if that’s not enough, the franchise invariably and aggressively pursues these owners demanding that they pay them royalties and ad fees for the balance of the ten year franchise period.”

Article Links:

CHILDREN’S ORCHARD: Customer Buys Newburyport Franchise July 24, 2009
CHILDREN’S ORCHARD: A Happy Franchisee? July 16, 2009

CHILDREN’S ORCHARD: Competitor WinMark is Thriving June 6, 2009
CHILDREN’S ORCHARD & Taylor Bond: A Franchise Mystery
CHILDREN’S ORCHARD: Unhappy Franchisees Launch Site
CHILDREN’S ORCHARD: New Site Exposes Blight (Franchise Pick)
Children’s Orchard Website (The Bizop News)
Children’s Orchard: Hyped to the Core? (Franchise Pick)


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  1. CHILDREN’S ORCHARD: New Site Exposes Blight : Franchise Pick – Picking the Perfect Franchiseon May 14th, 2009 6:38 am[…] CHILDREN’S ORCHARD: Overview & Links […]
  2. Children’s Orchard: Hyped to the Core? : Franchise Pick – Picking the Perfect Franchiseon May 14th, 2009 6:44 am[…] a quick example, Webster quotes a past interview with Children’s Orchard CEO Taylor Bond that appeared on franchise advertising portal Franchise Gator.  Regarding the […]
  3. Guest on May 17th, 2009 12:30 pmIf you are a stakeholder in this franchise system, or think you might want to purchase one, then sit down and read this thing carefully and take notes. Don’t be sheeple about this and think that just because someone is a business owner, they are exempt from predatory practices. The contract sizzles with warnings and sirens blare on every page.
  4. ADMIN on May 31st, 2009 10:05 amCan anyone explain this lawsuit?

    Children’s Orchard Inc v. Patricia Ann Childs et al
    Plaintiff: Children’s Orchard Inc
    Defendant: Patricia Ann Childs and Richard A Childs

    Case Number: 8:2009mc00010
    Filed: May 7, 2009
    Court: California Central District Court
    Office: Southern Division – Santa Ana Office [ Court Info ]
    County: XX US, Outside California
    Nature of Suit: Other Statutes – Other Statutory Actions
    Cause: Civil Miscellaneous Case
    Jurisdiction: Federal Question

  5. Guest on May 31st, 2009 11:01 amyep. A case of a stupid franchisee who stopped paying royality but didn’t stop using the trade name, marks or business system.

    There are bad franchisees just as there are bad franchisors.

    Actually, this case is both. Bad franchisee, bad franchisor.

  6. ADMIN on May 31st, 2009 2:47 pmA case of a stupid franchisee who stopped paying royality but didn’t stop using the trade name, marks or business system.

    Is Patricia Ann Childs a member of The Orchard Cooperative independent franchisee association? Is her lawsuit related to the TOC website or their campaign?

    My guess is no, as I would be surprised if the AAFD or franchisee attorneys counseling TOC wouldn’t have cautioned her that defaulting by withholding royalties but still using the name is a pretty foolish move. Talk about shooting yourself in the foot.

    I did notice the Childs’ Tustin, CA store is no longer listed on the Children’s Orchard website.

  7. Guest on June 1st, 2009 9:53 amTo the best of my knowledge, this franchisee kept to herself, was not a member, is in no way associated with the TOC, the website or campaign, and would not accept advice from other franchisees.

    BTW, corporate let her hang out there for just about two years before they lowered the boom, (as she had been booted off the CO website in 2007.)

  8. CHILDREN’S ORCHARD: A Failing Marriage? : Franchise Pick – Picking the Perfect Franchiseon June 10th, 2009 10:24 am[…] Children’s Orchard:  One-time lovers become orch-enemies […]
  9. Guest on June 12th, 2009 1:20 pmHonestly how many lawsuits does Children’s Orchard have going on past and present? These people seem to be in court rather than trying to improve/grow their company and their franchisees. I have seen 4 so far filed this year, between the postings on this website alone. Beware prospective franchisees, this is obviously not a company you want to get mixed up in.
  10. Unhappy Franchisee: 10 Hottest Topics : Franchise Pick – Picking the Perfect Franchiseon June 13th, 2009 9:20 am[…] Children’s Orchard:  Franchisees of a troubled chain started a negative website to get their franchisor’s attention.  Unfortunately, the attention is coming in the form of lawsuits – four so far this year. […]
  11. Guest on June 16th, 2009 10:23 amIt makes it so difficult to describe to readers the “war” like siege franchisees are under.

    This is not a case of sour grapes. I implore readers to please go back and read the franchisee agreement comparison posted on the TOC website. The tone and punitive dictates are just the tip of the iceberg.

    While remarks posted in this forum about Children’s Orchard can be characterized as negative, I don’t think the TOC website has a negative tone. It is cut and dry.

    But at the end of the day, it really does not matter. Taylor Bond is going to steam roll over anyone and everyone “to show the world” who is boss.

  12. CO Franchisee on June 16th, 2009 12:17 pmAs a CO franchisee I have to agree with the above statements by “Guest” posted on June 16th. The TOC website is not negative, it simply has compiled all the information and laid it out for all to see, one may draw their own conclusions from the information. However, anyone who is business minded in any sense of the word will see the negativity and absolute lucridity of how this franchisor runs things. HIs system would be growing (especially in this economy) and should have been growing since he took over.
  13. Grace on June 16th, 2009 1:17 pmSorry if I sound like a wet blanket, but this is what happens when folks fall in love with a concept and think the clauses in the franchise agreement don’t apply to them.

    My advice to anyone thinking of signing a franchise agreement is to be sure you can live with the consequences of enforcement.

  14. CO Franchisee on June 16th, 2009 2:31 pmI agree with you Grace. However, the franchisor needs to also uphold his end of the contract, and in more than one case that I know I about, that has not happened. This franchisor has an expceptional way of making himself appear as those he is following the rules, when in reality it is the furthest from the truth. Obviously a franchisor has a few more resources at their disposal than a struggling franchisee. It is a sad state all around.
  15. Guest on June 18th, 2009 11:46 amDoes this franchisor acknowledge the TOC as the a franchisee organization at all? Don’t most franchisors encourage an oversight group of franchisees to confer with on issues and improvements? Why does this franchisor seem so intent on the franchisees not having a voice?
  16. Guest on June 18th, 2009 5:46 pmNo, this franchisor does not communicate nor acknowledge in anyway other than being negative, the TOC as an independent franchise association.

    Yes, there is a franchisee oversight group under the watchful eye of this franchisor. He determines what topics and issues are valid and worthy of discussion.

    He has pre-determined that giving the franchisees a voice, makes him look like a wimp and a loser. They don’t need a voice, it is his business, not the franchisees, and the franchisees must do what he says at all and every cost.

  17. visitor on June 21st, 2009 8:22 pmHe communicates alright..”see you in court.”
  18. Kris on June 22nd, 2009 12:38 pmOne of my family members opened a Children’s Orchard under the previous owners. They seemed to be nice people, but when this Taylor Bond guy took over, everything went downhill. They had to spend hundreads of dollars on new registers when the “old” ones worked just fine. The advertising packages were a lot more than the previous ones and he is very strict with what the stores look like. If one little thing is not the way he likes it, then you will experience the wrath of Mr. Bond! This new owner has cost my Dad thousands of dollars, most of his life savings and his “sanity”.
    Taylor is a self indulgent business man that cares about nothing but numbers and money to make himself look better. He does not care about his business owners and will sue you for everything you have if you dont live up to his rules. If you are looking to buy into this franchise….run the other way! Dont get caught up like my Dad and countless other did!!!
  19. guest franchisee on June 22nd, 2009 11:28 pmSeems to be a trend, people in this franchise spend their life savings, every second of their time, and then end up in court with the guy who forced the situation in the first place.
  20. visitor on June 23rd, 2009 8:21 amHave to be honest here. It’s the contract. If you sign a Children’s Orchard franchise agreement, you better understand that the business model is faulty.

    Just take a look at a most recent case of a franchisee in Las Vegas, who opened and closed within one year. This franchisee signed an agreement, did what was required, followed the instructions from corporate, and had their clock cleaned by the faulty business model and demand of fees.

    Wiped out. Bankrupted. All in one year.

    This rogue franchisor requires via the contract, that minimum royalty must be paid quarterly. What this means is that a wet-behind-the-ears franchisee comes out of the shoot with no room to grow. And heaven help them if their location takes a while to respond, because as in the case of the Las Vegas franchisee, they dumped all available cash flow into buying used inventory around the clock which backed them into a corner financially, and when they blinked, their checkbook was empty.

    So what does this rogue franchisor do???? He cries but they signed my agreement, and they are bad bad people, I am owed money, I will jump up and down in court until I am paid what I am owed.

    Don’t shield your eyes and look the other way. You know who you are. You are the franchisee who knows better and believes that it is easier to “blame the victim” than it is to step up and take a stand against this rogue franchisor. After all you say, I have money invested in this too….and I can’t afford to be singled out by corporate and lose what I have in the process.

    So to the readers of this forum, if you don’t understand that the language and requirements in the contract are enforceable, then heaven help you if you think that only bad things happen to the other guy.

    Please understand that what you are reading about is trust and good faith taken advantage of by a rogue franchisor who has a perfect right to have his franchise agreement enforced.

  21. Guest on June 24th, 2009 8:21 amGive me a break!! If I don’t watch out for myself, who will????? Let me tell you a secret, most franchisees lag behind in their royalty payments. Which is a violation of the contract. That is why I don’t do anything that will be noticed.
  22. guest on June 25th, 2009 12:07 pmExactly, why do you think most franchisees lag behind in their royalty payments, because many owners are struggling and struggling hard, with no help from the franchisor at all. How do you grow a system where many people can’t even pay their bills?
  23. A Children’s Orchard franchisee on June 30th, 2009 7:13 pmI’ll be glad when my Children’s Orchard franchise agreement ends. Taylor Bond and his staff have run this once great organization into the ground! Check out Taylor Bonds record and you’ll see he has a history of being a failure.
  24. visitor on July 3rd, 2009 2:03 pmI think what has happened to this franchise would make a good case study of what can go wrong when a franchise system is sold.

    The franchisees that signed up under Walt Hamilton ran businesses free from corporate harassment. He appreciated feedback and basically trained franchisees to understand the dynamics of their own locations. He taught to use the business system as a supportive guide line.

    Those old franchisees were sold down the river by Hamilton, and he is just as responsible for the demise of this system as much the Bonds are responsible.

  25. Guest on July 6th, 2009 3:26 amIt is too bad……this concept is a great one and this system should be thriving, if not growing, in an economy where people are trying to save all the money they can. But it is not, something inherently wrong with this particular agreement and model I would say.
  26. Stacyon July 8th, 2009 9:45 amDoes anyone know who the investers are?
    We’re having issue’s w/a different family member and are looking for any business info.
  27. Guest on July 8th, 2009 3:15 pmI don’t know who the investors are, but I would imagine his brother, Adam Bond, who an attorney (and used to be a Selectman in Massachusetts, amid controversy), is one of them. Not really sure, hope others have more info.
  28. visitor on July 8th, 2009 5:27 pmI do not know for certain, but everything I have researched points to family members as being “investors.”

    I strongly believe that if Taylor Bond had to report to a board and/or to investors, he would have been removed as the CEO long ago. His family are enablers, and I do not see any of them having the courage to confront his business practices.

    His brother the attorney is on the payroll, so is his wife. I know other family members have visited the corporate offices from time to time. If there are other investors, they must not have not visited the corporate office because it would have been noticeable if a unfamiliar person showed up.

  29. bob on July 8th, 2009 8:39 pmWhen was the last new franchise sold. And will they ever sell another one?
  30. Guest on July 8th, 2009 10:56 pmThe last new franchise sold was Las Vegas-Summerlin in which signed in August 2007 and opened in February 2008 (those owners have already closed after just one year of being open) and Apple Valley California which signed in June of 2007 and opened in March 2008. I do not know of any other NEW franchises.
  31. guest-2on July 9th, 2009 1:56 pmJust FYI, check out Cathy Marks info on Her interests are: career opportunities,new ventures,job inquiries, business deals and consulting deals!
  32. Children’s Orchard store owner on July 9th, 2009 5:55 pmThe last new store opened Nov 22, 2008 in Roseville, CA. I went by their store a month or so ago and the McCues arn’t impressed with their first year or with the help they’ve recieved from Ann Arbor.
  33. Rufus on July 11th, 2009 11:52 amThis note is for prospective franchisees, if there could be any left at this point:

    You need only to know that Taylor Bond is a Taker, and a greedy one at that. Not content to collect the royalty and advertising fees that were corporate’s primary sources of income when he bought the company and became it’s President, he has found introduced several additional ways of unilaterally taking money from franchisees. The include such things a “territory fees”, “minimum weekly and annual royalty fees”, “handing out cache cards to customers for store credit (on which royalties are collected) for signing up to be on a local store’s email”, “handing out cache cards to customers for store credit (on which royalties are collected) when the customers are already pleased to be shopping in one of our stores, etc. The list goes on . . . In my experience it is not an option for Mr. Bond to give his franchisees anything — unless he himself will profit from the transaction, at his franchisees’ expense.

    Apparently, his parents never told him the story of the Golden Goose, who would have kept on giving if the owner has been appreciative and not greedy.

  34. visitor on July 11th, 2009 12:40 pmDoes anyone know how to find a 2009 FDD for this franchise. I am not interested in calling corporate directly, and my state does not keep FDD’s on file.
  35. visitor on July 13th, 2009 12:35 amYou’ll have to go through the corporate office for that. Just tell them your interested in opening a franchise and they’ll send it right out. They are very helpful at the outset!
  36. Peteon July 13th, 2009 11:40 pmIn the past, you were able to get the FDD’s from California Secretary of State on line. They would be the same no matter what state you get it from. Good luck.
  37. visitor on July 14th, 2009 8:24 amThanks Pete, someone else pointed me to a State of California Securities website too, but I didn’t have any luck. I found 2008, but no 2009 FDD. Maybe this franchisor is no longer selling in California?
  38. guest on July 15th, 2009 3:43 pmcould be, I wish we could see one of the 2009 versions, be interesting to see how many units they say they have open, as opposed to the true number of units.
  39. guest on July 15th, 2009 3:44 pmCould be, I wish we could see one of the 2009 versions, be interesting to see how many units they say they have open, as opposed to the true number of units. I know several stores have closed since the beginning of 2009
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135 thoughts on “CHILDREN’S ORCHARD: Overview & Links

  • November 19, 2010 at 5:21 pm

    Looking at all of your posts here, I am wondering why most folks even bother buying into this franchise. About 2 years ago I was considering opening a CH francise and visited another local CO store, it looked like a cheap, terrible flea market with clothes that appeared to be dirty and a rude staff. ALOT of this probably is the local owners fault, but after seeing it, I decided that it would be better to open my own childrens retail store. Yeah, I have a ton of work I have to do including buying up inventory, doing my own advertising, permitting with city/county, special use licenses, etc… but… I have zero franchise fee’s and complete control over how I market my business. Think about your options prior to jumping into one of these franchises.

  • November 26, 2010 at 2:50 pm

    Well, JH, an FYI. No new stores have opened for a few years now. The contract sends people screaming away. A few resales took place, but those newer owners aren’t talking.

  • May 9, 2011 at 9:47 am

    38 stores

  • May 9, 2011 at 12:35 pm

    Really? 38 stores. Ouch. Kinda wrong direction wouldn’t you say?

  • May 17, 2011 at 5:50 pm

    38 stores and dropping. Looks like the latest casualties were Thousand Oaks, CA, Colorado Spring, CO and Summerville, SC.

    Here’s where the survivors are located:

    CA: 11
    KS: 1
    MA: 8
    MI: 3
    MO: 6
    NC: 1
    NH: 1
    NV: 1
    OH: 1
    OK: 2
    TN: 1
    TX: 1
    WI: 1

    Sad. I’ll hand it to those hanging in there. Anyone know when most of the franchise agreements expire? Have any of these renewed?

  • March 11, 2012 at 6:33 am

    4 more casualties in the past year:

    Roseville, CA
    Rowley, MA
    Norwood, MA
    Brunswick, OH

    It looks like Children’s Orchard is down to 34 stores listed on their website.

  • March 22, 2012 at 1:46 pm

    Sad. When will Cathy Marks and Taylor Bond with his Idiot brother Adam Bond learn?

  • March 23, 2012 at 12:16 pm

    It’s not sad, it is criminal. Where is the oversight? Oh, I get it. There isn’t any.
    34 stores will still provide enough cash flow to keep little brother in pocket change for gambling.

  • March 25, 2012 at 10:22 am

    I guess people really need to look hard and deep into who they are doing business with before they sign any kind of contract, maybe they already are because the track record of new openings for this franchise is really bad.

  • May 24, 2012 at 9:03 am

    How you can take a successful business and destroy it so fast? Cathy Marks and Taylor Bond have to be the two biggest idiots I have ever meet.

  • May 30, 2012 at 7:39 pm

    As of today, 34 stores. In 2004 when Taylor Bond took over, there were 87. Thanks, Walt.

  • December 19, 2012 at 11:08 am

    Children’s Orchard is toast, and as far as this board goes, this post may be the last time you ever read about them. Hey, its no surprise to anyone who has followed this story, but corporate has abandoned their franchisees and moved on to a new concept, letting the system slip to be a tired thing of the past. Because now they have a new business called “Style Traders” and here is the bite….this new business carries the same sizes as the Children’s Orchard franchised shops do, making it direct competition…to under cut whatever franchisees are left. However, many are predicting it will fail, like everything else they touch.

  • January 23, 2013 at 1:54 pm

    Down to 28 stores. Wow the end must be near!!

  • January 24, 2013 at 8:36 am

    I missed the Missouri stores yesterday – so down to 34 stores.

  • January 24, 2013 at 10:53 am

    Taylor Bond has moved on to a new concept which he explained Tuesday, March 6, 2012, to the City Planning Commission of the City of Livonia:

    Here’s an excerpt:

    “I am the President of Tayfer, L.L.C. I’m also the Chief Executive Officer of Children’s Orchard, Inc. We’re a national franchise of children’s resale stores. We’ve been around for 30 plus years. This is what we do. We put together high end, upscale resale retail stores. This is a new concept for us, Style Trader, that we’re working on. We do not do thrift shops or consignment shops or Salvation Army/Goodwill type shops. These are nice looking, upscale, resale stores. What we strive for is, our customers should be able to walk through the door and not know the difference between used and new. That’s how we know we’re doing our job and that’s what we’ve been doing for over 30 years. I think you’ll be pleased with what we’re bringing to the area.

    “Mr. Bond: We have locations all over the country. The closest one here would be our Ann Arbor location. We’re located in the Colonnade shopping center right off of Ann Arbor-Saline Road, at the corner of Ann Arbor-Saline Road and Eisenhower Parkway. We’ve been in Ann Arbor for over 20 years. I don’t know if you’re familiar with the area. That store is about 3,800 square feet. Actually, this picture is actually from that store, our Children’s Orchard store.

    Mr. Bond: I’m very familiar with Plato’s Closet, Play It Again Sports, Once Upon a Child. They’re all owned by the same franchisor, same franchise company. That’s a company I’m very familiar with. I was once a franchisee many years ago of that organization. So, yes. Plato’s Closet would be a good example of what our teen department – because this is like a department store – would operate like or be like.
    Mr. Wilshaw: Then you’ll have the additional departments of kids, young children, teens and then also adults as well.
    Mr. Bond: Right. So it’s sort of Children’s Orchard meets Plato’s Closet meets Clothes Mentor. If you haven’t heard of Clothes Mentor, Clothes Mentor is adult clothing, mostly women’s clothing, purses, that kind of stuff, all under one roof.

    Mr. Bond: This is a new concept.
    Mr. Bahr: Do you have plans for more of those locally or nationally?
    Mr. Bond: Both, because we are a franchisor. This is prototype store. So the idea behind the prototype is, this is your marquis store. This is the store that people come to from all over the country to observe and see how it operates and how it works because they want one too. So we have expansion plans both in Michigan, because we see other markets that we think this works well for in Michigan as well as on a national scale from a franchising perspective.”

    I like how the video represents that there are 40 CO stores but there are only 34 on the website. I wonder how many of those you’d find have closed if you actually called them all.

  • August 21, 2013 at 1:32 pm

    I wish the Bonds as much success with Style Trader as they’ve had with Children’s Orchard!

  • August 21, 2013 at 2:37 pm

    There are now 35 locations listed on the Children’s Orchard website, down from 38 in 2011.

    CA: 10 (there were 11 in 2011)
    KS: 1
    MA: 7 (there were 8 in 2011)
    MI: 2 (there were 3 in 2011)
    MO: 6
    NC: 1
    NH: 1
    NV: 1
    OH: 0 (there was 1 in 2011)
    OK: 2
    TN: 1
    TX: 1
    WI: 1

  • August 21, 2013 at 3:41 pm

    *sigh* This place is NOT happening, it’s too big, lacks warmth and is not charming. It feels like a warehouse or a Salvation Army thrift store. Epic fail. Once again, not all business models lend themselves well to franchising. Would NOT get into business with these guys.

  • October 15, 2013 at 11:08 am

    Now there are 33 stores. One less in California

  • January 29, 2014 at 11:37 am

    Is there any new information On Children’s Orchard and Style Trader?

  • May 30, 2014 at 8:57 am

    Style Trader has moved and reduced the size. Moved next to the company store!

  • June 3, 2014 at 4:10 pm

    Style Trader no longer carries kids clothing and stuff. Quite clearly their first try at the adult resale concept stumbled. I dare say, they will not sell one Style Trader franchise. Nope, not one. Nor should any fool buy one.

  • September 19, 2014 at 1:08 pm

    Does anyone know how many Children’s Orchard stores are still open?

  • September 19, 2014 at 10:21 pm


    The Children’s Orchard website lists 32 locations in the following states:

    CA – 8
    KS – 1
    MA – 7
    MI – 1
    MO – 6
    NC – 1
    NH – 1
    NV – 1
    OK – 2
    TN – 1
    TX – 1
    WI – 1

    San Juan Capistrano, CA closed at the end of last year. The franchisee cited problems with her landlord and with the franchisor.

    In February, Taylor Bond did an interview in which he inferred that closing more than half the chain part of a plan to prune the dead-wood franchisees, which, it seems, were the problem all along.

    “When Taylor Bond acquired resale clothing chain Children’s Orchard Inc. in 2004, he set out to grow the company, oddly enough, by closing nearly half of the 80 franchises under agreements he’d inherited from the previous owner.

    “Some were struggling or not paying the royalty fees they owed. Others were held by “hobbyist owners” who weren’t focused on growing the business or whose vision for the company didn’t dovetail with his, Bond said.

    “As a result, Children’s Orchard didn’t renew franchise agreements for many, and other outlets closed of their own accord.”

    Mr. Bond set out to grow the chain by closing franchisee stores… a brilliant strategy akin to fighting for peace and having sex to achieve virginity.

    We love Taylor Bond’s interviews… they just get better and better. ;)

  • November 12, 2014 at 11:24 am

    When was the last new franchise sold. And will they ever sell another one?

  • February 11, 2015 at 11:27 am

    How many Children’s Orchards are still up and running? How many Style Trader?

  • February 22, 2015 at 8:10 pm

    Children’s orchard corporate store closing on our around March 7, 2015.

  • March 2, 2015 at 10:32 am

    Now how many Children’s Orchards are still up and running? Just what did they get for their money?

  • March 2, 2015 at 10:33 am

    Just what did they get for their money? Now how many Children’s Orchards are still open?

  • March 2, 2015 at 10:34 am

    Just what did they get for their money?

  • March 15, 2015 at 6:35 pm

    They sold it to a company NOT (New to you)

  • March 15, 2015 at 6:36 pm


  • March 20, 2015 at 9:06 am

    I know who they sold to. How many stores did they get. Are they going to keep name, with same franchise agreement?

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