Arkansas Clothing and Accessory Stores For Sale

Women's Consignment Shop 5 years in business
$40,000 Cash Flow: $72,000 Seller Financing
Women's Consignment Shop 5 years in business

Pine Bluff, AR

We sell women's clothing, shoes, purses, jewelry, belts and some home décor. We are completely computerized and taking care of consignments is a breeze.

Profitable Shoe Wholesale / Distributor For Sale
$143,000Seller Financing
Profitable Shoe Wholesale / Distributor For Sale

Faulkner County, AR

A small wholesale shoe distribution company with real potential. The wonderful possibilities afforded a new owner stem from a time tested, loyal customer base and name recognition, engendering confidence in the quality and value of these products. Additionally, the potential for better, lower cost buying options, resulting in increased profits, makes this a very desirable investment. Marketing would increase the reach of this established business immediately. The current owner is willing to work with a new owner through a transition period. Online NDA at www.razorbackbusinessalliance.com

Easy to operate. Profitable.
$119,000 Cash Flow: $52,000 Seller Financing
Easy to operate. Profitable.

Little Rock, AR

Easy to operate. Profitable. No special skills needed. Very reasonable hours. The employees have been there for years and are aware of the impending sale and will be staying. This business says it all with 27 years in business. This business sells to the needs of expecting women.

Profitable In-Stadium Sports Memorabilia and Collectibles Business
$5,750,000 Cash Flow: $1,222,000 Seller Financing
Profitable In-Stadium Sports Memorabilia and Collectibles Business

AR

Top Things to Know o Business Model: Provider of on-site authentic memorabilia and collectible items. o Growing Cash Flow: Cash flow has grown each year and is projected to hit $1 million in 2017. o Strong Contracts. Company has secured contracts with big name programs and the Super Bowl Intellectual Property / Patent: Company holds a patent for a special bidding/auction process. o Robust Inventory: Retail value of inventory is 3x of book value. o Potential for Increased Margins: Currently 90% of inventory is purchased through a wholesaler. To reduce COGS, buyer can setup direct signings with athletes to bring the company’s cost basis down as well as add another revenue stream by wholesaling to other vendors. o Growth Potential: While a market leader, the company has a small footprint in the in-stadium memorabilia market. With capital, the growth opportunity is exponential. o Brand Recognition & Test Tested: Company has been an industry leader for 22 years o Growing Industry: The industry has increased from $1 billion to $3 billion over 10 years o Employee/Contractor Loyalty: 100% of the company’s workforce has been employed 2+ years o Exclusion: Owner will retain the inventory and rights to the non-sports inventory (i.e. autographs of actors) as well as non-primary sports contracts. Currently, there aren’t any non-sport team contracts however there is one pending. The exclusion will have little to no impact on the historical financials Business Activity Established in 1995, the family-owned business a licensed provider of authentic sports, presidential as well as entertainment memorabilia and collectible items. Merchandise includes helmets, jerseys, footballs, baseballs, basketballs, photos and other autographed items from all major sport organizations, including MLB, NFL, NCAA, PGA and NHL in addition to presidential and entertainment memorabilia. The owner oversees the general business administration as well as strategic planning for the company. The sales team sets up the contracts, the sales manager runs the events, the product manager orders the products and the office manager handles all of the production and shipping. The owner runs a shared retail store and production facility in Arkansas while sales and marketing are operated in DFW. In Arkansas, the company operates in a leasehold space within a shopping mall. The space is approximate 10,384 square feet with about 10% of the space allocated to a storefront retail space for the general public and the remaining 90% of the space is used as a production facility. The company’s biggest time of the year is football season. Historically, 70% of sales have come from August through the Super Bowl. Last year the company acquired a golf company, which has provided more sales in the spring and summer. Contracts Currently, the company has about 20 multi-year contracts with teams and/or venue with another 5-10 contracts pending. The contracts are with NCAA/College teams, NFL teams, NBA teams as well as special events such as golf tournaments, NCAA/College bowl games and serves as a vendor at the super bowl. The only just landed its first MLS soccer team contract and have a couple of pending NHL contracts. The company mostly have contracts with teams however this fall, the company has secured a few venue contracts. With team-only contracts, the company can only sell when the team is playing at their home venue however with venue contracts; the company can sell at all publicly ticketed events at the venue. This is very helpful in arenas as they tend to have 100+ events a year between basketball, hockey and entertainment which will add more revenue to the historically slower months. Business Model The company negotiates sponsorship opportunities with teams and in return they are able to setup kiosks on-site at different live events to sell various sports and memorabilia properties to event goers in real-time. The items are shipped to customer post-event. The average order size is $450. Given the popularity as well as the ease and the difficulties around building out a network to handle the in-venue model, a lot of the company’s competitors have mostly concentrated their resources and efforts to the e-commerce. While the company also have an e-commerce presence, they have devoted a lot their resources in building out a nationwide infrastructure to service a host of teams and major events by being on-site and capturing the special moment of fans being at the game and in the moment. The company uses a third-party staffing company to help procure the labor for the for the onsite talent. For a majority of the areas, they are Regional Managers in place to help with quality control and serve as a buffer between the on-site talent and the corporate management team. Future Growth With the company having 20 – 30 contracts (including pending ones), the future prospects for the company are exponential. As an example, there are 130 NCAA Division 1 football programs and the company penetrates only a small fraction of the schools as well as the other major sports leagues. *** Exclusions *** The owner would like to retain the inventory and rights to the entertainment memorabilia and collectible items. The approximate value of these items is $200,000. Historically speaking, the company very rarely sells entertainment related items so the exclusion of these assets from the sale will have a minimal impact on the financials. Furthermore, the company has a pending contract with a large concert promoter and if landed will be retained by the seller since it’s an entertainment-based contract. With that said, the promoter also has a hand in sports and if the seller is willing to work out a scenario where the new buyer either sells sports-related items at all of the events under the contract or new buyer handles sports-related events. Terms and conditions can be determined at the appropriate time in the process. Key Strengths 1) Great customer service. Company has no bad online reviews or complaints from customers. 2) Experienced and Loyal Team. All employees have worked for the business for 2+ years 3) Diverse product mix. Company sells memorabilia for most of the major sports leagues and teams. 4) Patent. Company has a patent for a special bidding methodology. 5) Growth Prospects. The company has small footprint in the in-stadium memorabilia place and with capital, the growth opportunity is exponential. Possible Weaknesses 1) Long sales cycle. Company needs to purchase a large level of inventory sometimes months in advance of a season and with seasons lasting 4-6 months; cash flow is crucial. 2) Capital intensive. Since the company is a product-based business, it takes a lot of capital to spur growth so managing inventory is a key component. 3) Labor intensive. Given the in-stadium model, Company must have the personnel to manage the on-site events. The field labors are independent contractors and are hired per event. 4) Inventory System. Currently, the company manages their inventory manually through hard counts. Implementing a barcode system or something more computerized can add some efficiencies. Marketing Strategy The company seeks sponsorship opportunities with various teams and in return for the sponsorships, the company gains rights to sell licensed memorabilia and collectibles on-site. There is a sales team that coordinates the contracts and the sales manager activates those contracts in the field. Since the company is onsite, they do not need any external third-party marketing as the company’s marketing dollars are spent through the sponsorship opportunities. The onsite booths/kiosks are staffed by professional models. History The Company was started in 1995 by the current owner. The business has been in its present location for 3 years. Days and Hours: Monday - Friday: 10:00am to 6:00pm Saturday - Sunday: 10:00am to 6:00pm Employees The Company has a total of 10-12 full time employees excluding any third-party field staff. The key employees are the office manager as well as head framer. The field staff fluctuates based on need. The company works through a third-party talent agency to hire and manage the onsite and regional staff.

Baby Boutique - $25K Price Drop - Motivated Seller
$99,999
Baby Boutique - $25K Price Drop - Motivated Seller

Fayetteville, AR

This is a unique lifestyle boutique with premium brands which are locally exclusive, custom locally made exclusive items, well established following with excellent reputation operating since 2007. We believe there is a great base in place to easily build on.