Computer and Electronics Retail Business
Fun, Simple and Growing Business
This business has been a fun one to build, grow and promote.
Over the last few years, we have put the necessary effort into finding the best distributors, the best ways to advertise and the best customer base.
Last quarter (3rd Quart 2016) we netted about $165,000. This isn't a million dollar business (yet) however, it has allowed me to pay myself about $75,000 each year.
My reasoning for letting it go is an upcoming deployment and my wife has gotten a job that more than replaces to income I get from the business. So I am trading my business for time. I am hoping to find someone who is looking for a fairly easy business to run, while also being able to give it the few hours a week it needs to continue growing.
World Famous Trudy's Kitchen
Profitable Restaurant and RV Park!
Idaho City, ID
RESTAURANT/RV PARK/CABIN RENTALS: This business has been in operation since 1972 and is very well known in Idaho, neighboring states, and by tourists across the Nation. Current owner purchased the business in 1997 and has been operating it ever since. The business had a fire in 2008 and was stripped down to the studs and remodeled. Trudy’s Kitchen is a destination that people flock to for their “Homemade” quality food & pies. Great breakfast, lunch, and dinner menu prepared with quality food products that don’t shortcut “REAL FOOD”.
• World Famous Trudy’s has delicious foods, amazing pies, and great soups.
• FRESH-FRESH-FRESH “HOMEMADE” FOODS AND PIES.
• Home of the “HUCKLEBERRY CHEESECAKE”.
• Business caters events and weddings throughout the year.
• Listed #42 on the TOP 100 LIST of things to do in Idaho.
• Only 45 minutes from Boise with a Luxury Resort Hot Springs within 1 mile.
• On contract with State and Forest Service for their fire meals.
• Trudy’s caters to the Shiners’ 4 times a year.
• Tourists visit the area to explore the “History of Gold” in Idaho.
• 9 RV Hookups, 2 cabin rentals, as well as 2 duplex rentals.
• Idaho City has the largest deposit of molybdenum in the Northwest and is currently getting permits in line for future mining. Area on a growth spree!
Financial numbers above do not include the NET PROFIT from the RV Hookups, cabin rentals, and duplex rentals. ($15,317 in 2015 and $13,864 in 2014).
Prospective Buyers must sign a Confidentiality Agreement, as well as provide PROOF OF FUNDING!
GREAT SMALL TOWN LIFE, GREAT BUSINESS, GREAT HOMEMADE FOOD! IF THIS IS WHAT YOU ARE LOOKING FOR- DON’T MISS OUT AND GIVE US A CALL TODAY!
Turn-Key Cafe / Retail Shop
Main Street Business! Ready to Grow!
Business Opportunity! Beautifully restored Cafe/ Retail Shop located near the gorgeous Snake River in the heart of wine country. Vineyards and orchards line the highway just across the bridge in Caldwell. This city may seem like a little dot on the map, but it has a constant flow of potential customer traffic. With the two main highways of ID-55 and US-95 meeting here, this area has a steady stream of travelers from all over, year-round. It is one of those communities, that if you have a clean attractive establishment (especially food), your business has the opportunity to shine. Marsing is on the outside edge of the Treasure Valley, and is expected to grow rapidly in the near future. This great property is one of the largest available pieces in town, and is overflowing with possibilities!
Custom Furniture and Cabinet Shop with Retail Store
Custom Furniture, Cabinets, Art Gallery, Gift Shop, and Website
Misty Mountain Furniture sits in the center of Sandpoint, Idaho, which has been gaining notoriety as the best small town in America by USA Today and 10 best towns to live in by Sunset Magazine amongst others. Sandpoint, nestled against magnificent Lake Pend Oreille and under Schweitzer Mountain Resort in the Selkirk Mountains, is truly a tourist and retirement destination. Despite these attributes, the area still attracts young families with affordable housing, good schools and a strong community of working class residents. Misty Mountain was born in 1991 after Chris Park and John Edwards worked together on a log cabin addition outside of Yellowstone National Park. Realizing no one was manufacturing log furniture in the Sandpoint area, they both saw a niche that could be filled and Misty Mountain was born. The company quickly grew and expanded into reclaimed barnwood furniture and cabinets, and custom hardwood furniture and cabinets. Soon Misty Mountain found itself with 8 employees, doing 60 Room hotel projects in Banff, Alberta and 25 unit condominium cabinet jobs in Menlo Park, California. Chris and John found themselves pushed into administrative positions with all this growth, and realized their relaxed life style business had grown into a 45+ hour work week. Then came the Great Recession and a downturn in business, where Chris and John saw the necessity and opportunity to downsize and get back into the shop, and return to a slower pace with more time off. Since this time they have enjoyed steady sales, lots of time off and a relaxed life style. Currently, business is a healthy mix of commercial (example: Mount Hood Meadows Resort, Bricks and Barley), single family cabinet jobs, miscellaneous furniture orders through our website and store, and consignment and retail sales through our store and website. The stage is set for a energized entrepreneur to step into a business that has a strong foundation already established. Misty Mountain has an incredible showroom (3000+ square ft.) with adjoining workshop (3000 square ft.). The sale includes these very valuable goodwill assets: name recognition and branding, twenty four year customer list with lots of return business, unique products, 3 distinct furniture lines, a cedar screen door line, extensive consignment artists, vendor lists, extensive photo library, designer binder, customer references and testimonials, great sales producing website, and twenty four year track record of 100% customer satisfaction. The showroom has been created and set-up to sell all the products we manufacture and represent from kitchen cabinets, window and door casings to doors and custom railings. There are viewing windows into the work shop, a customer bathroom, private office and outside deck display area, great location with high car count on the main artery, convenient parking, completely set up wood shop (grandfathered in, now very cost prohibitive), completely set up showroom, sales/retail manual, and detailed plan book. Chris and John are owners of the building and therefore can offer a long term facility lease at a very reasonable rate.