Your chance to build a established business with very low overhead and stock requirements. Do you care about fitness? Do you enjoy working with people? Very few employees needed. You can move into this for less than the price of a car and be up and running within a week. I have moved out of state and it is time for me to shift my priorities so this lets someone have a great opportunity for much less investment then starting new . Training and continued support available through head office.
About the Business
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The wonderful aspect is that the facility is by design small so your overhead costs are as well. You would have no build out costs except perhaps changing the mats and
A few big box gyms 3 miles away. Nothing in immediate area. More details to interested buyers only
Growth & Expansion:
plenty of potential with a hands on owner . You could increase business by expanding hours or offering closed time special training.
This club has access to marketing materials as well as training videos and online agreements and collection services for your members.
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Asking Price: $5,000 Gross Revenue: $60,000Cash Flow: Not DisclosedEBITDA: Not DisclosedInventory: Not Disclosed included in asking priceFF&E: Not Disclosed included in asking priceShare this business:
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