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Laramie County, WY Businesses For Sale

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Candy & Gift Store
$85,000 Cash Flow: $32,000
Candy & Gift Store

Laramie County, WY

Family owned candy & gift store in business 17 years. No franchise fees or royalties Bulk and packaged candy, chocolates, fudge, plush, etc.

Fitness Business Monetized Via Affiliate And Digital Products
$1,200,000 Cash Flow: $591,264
Fitness Business Monetized Via Affiliate And Digital Products

Cheyenne, WY

This business was founded in 2013. The current owner successfully bootstrapped a rapidly growing digital content business that’s highly renowned by fitness, self-defense, and survival enthusiasts worldwide. The typical customers are split between men (55%) and women (45%) in the age range of 18-45. Customers are typically interested in fitness, self-defense and survival techniques. The sale includes a package of related websites, a huge social media following on both Facebook and YouTube, and a database of customers, affiliates, and marketing automation accounts. The products are custom-created by fitness experts and survival gurus, giving this business a competitive edge and a solid barrier for entry. The new owner would be introduced to a network of fitness and self-defense experts as part of the post-sale training and support period. The business generates the majority of revenue through monthly-recurring subscriptions of $57 a month, which is supplemented with one-off product sales, as well as affiliate sales. 85% of the customer base renew the monthly subscription and over 50% buy more than one product. The owner spends around 40 hours a week managing the business. He currently has a team of three people providing support, maintaining the site, and generating content. However, the owner’s responsibilities could be outsourced to someone with a fundamental understanding in affiliate marketing and business administration/management. The owner is currently focusing on making the business more reliant on affiliate sales compared to its original subscription business model. This should provide further revenue stability and reduce chargebacks.