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Seeking the wisdom of the seasoned professionals .If you had a choice what type of business would you buy ?

Assuming you have a solid buyer, with good management skills,excellent credit and access to some cash. They want a solid business investment in todays dismal economy. What type of business should they be looking for in your opinion.

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Mr. Tarasewich, in my humble opinion, the best type of business to purchase is one that you have some training or education. Having said that, if you have a strong interest in a particular industry, learn all you can about it. There are several types of businesses that are recession proof. I have found something pet, children or organic food related tend to be high in demand. If you are interested in purchasing a business at this time, you can contact me at mgoebel9@gmail.com. Just let me know your purchase amount range, whether you are looking for a brick/mortar or online business. Your background and education, amount of time you are looking to spend running a business and what your ROI expectations for your investment are. A signed NDA will be needed before any pertinent business information or financials are shown. In any event, good luck in your endeavors.
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Michelle Goebel

Sep 24, 2010
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Consider purchasing a laundromat.

Sep 24, 2010
Jon Holmquist
Edgemaster Model 400 sharpener
President
Marion County, OR

Uh, Lets see, Oh Yes, buy one of my Edgemaster Mobile Sharpening Franchises. Pennsylvania is ripe for expansion and I have gotten a bunch of inquiries from that state.
Check us out, low entry, huge opportunity for growth and you don't have to work crazy hours.
Good Luck, Jon at Edgemaster Mobile Sharpening.

Sep 24, 2010

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