Bridge Mergers and Acquisitions prides themselves on unmatched customer service. Helping clients navigate through all the pitfalls of selling their business is our number one priority. We understand how important confidentiality is throughout the entire process. The Co-Founders think it is important to personally stay involved throughout each and every transaction. Both owners have an extensive background in banking and finance which proves extremely valuable when setting the market price and maximizing the proceeds for our sellers. Their experience allows a more skillful vetting of potential buyers so that the best buyer candidates are brought to the table and our business owner's time in not wasted with non-qualified prospects.
This quality business strives to offer excellent results in flooring installation, product choice, as well as A-1 customer satisfaction. They do sanding and refinishing old hardwood floors and bringing them back to life with a beautiful new look. But that's just the beginning! Customers can browse our flooring portfolio, including wood flooring service provided for the Brevard Show House, featured in Carolina Home & Garden magazine! This is an established business which is growing and ready for a new owner. Do you want to live and work in the Western North Carolina Mountain area, then maybe this is the business for you. Contact me for confidential information.
The business is a downtown treasure. One of the town's longest-operating retail businesses, the business offers the highest quality books, gifts, crafts and greeting cards, along with the friendliest customer service to be found in a small town bookstore. The welcoming smiles from owners and their experienced staff greet visitors with Southern hospitality making the bookstore a valued community hub where book lovers and friends meet in an inviting and convenient atmosphere. The store has remained profitable for its entire 39 years of operation, surviving both the growth of big-box book retailers in the 1990s, and online book retailers like Amazon in the 2000s. Due to its large tourist, retirement, and educated populations, the town presents a perfect market to support such a store. Owners are retiring at a time when the popularity of independent bookstores is experiencing a national revival. They have developed a loyal clientele through excellent customer service, author and community events, and promotion via local news and online media.
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