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how would you open a strip club from the ground up and what is the return cash? how much $ to open with?

what do you need to lease a building and have it ready for what you want to do? and what permits do you need {location indianapolis in area} if any suggestions

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i only have 20,000$

Nov 4, 2014
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LUCIA PROPERTIES
PARTNER
Genesee County, MI

If you have the CASH to buy have, one for sale in Flint, MI, The very best one in Mid Michigan and over the years has had average profit of $500,000 plus-excellent condition. Chuck 810-241-1063

May 15, 2011
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The BAF Group LLC
MD

It is a ridiculous question. And it was originally asked over a year ago!

May 12, 2011
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advice, go to Mexico where the legal issues are better and pricing, but look out, be ready for pay offs, and have your own security payed for, and most of all, you have to be a resident or citizen of Mexico legally

May 12, 2011
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Cook County, IL

I have a compatible business for sale that would cause less stress and complications. Contact me for further information at midwest54@aol.com
Matt

Feb 6, 2010
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D&L Investments, LLC
Great Opportuntity **REDUCED**
Pottawattamie County, IA

Good Advice from all the posters. If you just have to open a strip club, I alone with most of the others would probally be your customer. It is a tuff business, but if you can over come all the permit problems its well worth it. The first thing you need is a good lawyer.

Feb 6, 2010
Damon Desautel
VR Business Brokers
Hillsborough County, FL
Premium Broker

My location is Tampa Bay, but you must first check the zoning of the location before you do anything.
some areas will allow adult clubs. These areas are usually also zoned to allow alcohol sales. As for permits, you should contact your local governmet, and your state department of business regulation.. I have only owned bars, but from other adult owners, I understand it is not an easy business, but very profitable. Opening cost will vary greatly by location.

Dec 10, 2009
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BetterCD.com & Desai Builders, LLC
High Yield Investment Notes
Dallas County, TX

You are asking to get into a business that is now being dominated by publicly traded companies or very large companies. This is a business that will be looked down upon by peers as well as the city and it will be very tough for you to succeed. I would consider a more passive route whereby you can just collect a check with no work on your part.

We have a passive investment that requires no management and have investors globally. We do invoice factoring. We loan money against accounts receivables of growing companies. Our investors get paid quarterly. This is a very consistent investment that can guarantee 12-15% annual returns.

Dax Desai
DNA Investments
214-810-1502
dax.desai@gmail.com

Dec 2, 2009
Jon Holmquist
Edgemaster Model 400 sharpener
President
Marion County, OR

Nobody wants to tackle this question, huh? Would suggest that you talk to the City, County and State offices to find out what licenses would be. Then look at the neighborhood groups that are going to try to shut you down after you hve invested your fortune. Then look at the insurance you would be required to carry, then look to the local Police to see what records you would have to provide, then consider getting into a good clean business that you won't be fight the above every day of your business life. Think about it, what clientel and employees will you be around all the time?
Not going to wish you good luck, you are up against a ton of problems. Jon at Edgemaster

Oct 22, 2009

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