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Considering buying a St Armand's bread route in Tampa Can anyone give me any info?Any owners out there?

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Hi Rick,

In answer to your request, we would be pleased to assist you in your search for a route business. We are Brokers that specialize in the Route Distribution Business. Some examples would be Snapple, FedEx, Boar's Head, Pepperidge Farm, etc.

Our firm, has the largest selection of ESTABLISHED distribution route businesses in the United States. These are NOT Franchises. We currently have NATIONWIDE over 250 businesses for sale. We have been in business for over 25 years and have sold THOUSANDS of businesses.

Our goal with any client is to develop a long term relationship. You can only do that if you listen to your clients and assist them in moving through the maze of legitimate questions needed to be answered before a business transaction can be consummated. Most of our new clients are referred to us by our existing clients. We would be pleased to work with you and truly believe that soon you will be referring new clients to us also.

Look forward to hearing from you soon.
Ken Sussman
Route Brokers, Inc.
1-877-4-ROUTES (1-877-476-8837)

Jun 18, 2010
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I would suggest looking carefully at the profit margins on something like that. There are a lot of factors that need to be consider like fuel expenses and maintenance if you're delivering the products yourself. I have never heard of this business myself, but a good rule before jumping into any business is to look at the demand and assess whether there is ample demand for you to turn a decent profit. If you, decide to go another route such as investing your money, please contact me. I am looking for an investor that can put $ 100,000-$ 300,000 into the purchase of an established e-commerce business. I am $ 300,000 short of the $ 925,000 asking price and I need someone to invest for a 5 year term in exchange for monthly payments of $ 3,000-$ 7, e-mail is

Jun 17, 2010

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