You are buying into a running company that does 2 races/events a year outside of Washington DC. This running company has potential to make millions if brought to major metropolitan areas around the United States. You are buying into someone who is an expert at organizing races/events, advertising, and someone who can assist you into turning this race into a very profitable business.
About the Business
Number of Employees:
24 foot box truck, 16 foot box truck, 24 foot trailer, F250 pickup truck, obstacles, and other miscellaneous race equipment.
I am currently competing with Tough Mudder, Spartan Race, Warrior Dash, Rugged Maniac, Savage Race, etc. These companies are bringing in millions every year because they are bringing their obstacle race all over the country. We are a localized running company that have yet to bring it to the national level.
Growth & Expansion:
This running company has the potential to make millions if brought to major metropolitan cities around the US. With the right game plan, this business could be earning millions next year.
I'm currently a teacher and food truck owner. Wife is also having a baby!
I am expert at organizing running events, marketing, and minimizing your expenses. I will mentor you to ensure that you will be successful.
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Asking Price: $75,000 Gross Revenue: $100,000Cash Flow: $30,000EBITDA: $100,000Inventory: $50,000 included in asking priceFF&E: $50,000 included in asking priceShare this business:
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