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Contact Broker View all AR Brokers Richard Roberts - Arkansas Business BrokerAR
23 Listings | 32 Sold
AEGIS Business Brokers, LLC is an independent business brokerage and advisory serving the Arkansas, Kansas, Missouri and Oklahoma. Our primary mission is serving as transaction agents aka business intermediaries for business sales-ownership transitions. We focus on businesses with $500000-$2,500,000 in annual sales that generate a positive cash flow. Services include exit planning, pre-sale analysis and planning, preparing a business for sale, business valuations, win-win business ownership transitions, strategic acquisitions, mergers, franchise sales and franchise development.
$450,000
Cash Flow: $124,605 
Washington Co., AR 
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Growing Washington County Dry Cleaning Chain!

This listing is an opportunity to acquire a solid small chain of local dry cleaning locations in Washington County Arkansas. This business includes a plant located on a prime retail corner. There is a GREAT opportunity to add additional satellite locations to gain incremental sales while still using the existing plant. The sellers also own the real estate, which could be included in the sale for interested parties.The business uses a technologically-advanced system, which includes a thermal barcode tagging system, an app for delivery services, and BRAND NEW equipment. A savvy new owner could find plenty of ways to fill the excess plant capacity to increase revenue and profits. More info