Description

Casual pizza cafe in the epicenter of a large and fast growing city is now available for acquisition. Established in 2010 by the previous owner of business and was later acquired by the current owner in 2015. No competition in the immediate market area, but there's some fast food pizza restaurants that serve a different audience than this gourmet pizza restaurant. Since the establishment in 2010, customer base has been built strong consisting of many workers nearby, families, young adults, and the elderly who come during lunch time. Sales trend shows a $11,000 - $13,000/week in gross sales which can be grown through proactive marketing in the local area. Online marketing is currently done through many social media outlets such as Facebook, Yelp, Twitter, and Google. Construction is being done in the nearby area due to population increase and once completed should increase dine-in customers. Local marketing is done by newspaper and fundraising/donations which lets local individuals gain knowledge of this gourmet pizza restaurant. All products in this restaurant was made to have a strong mix to provide individuals a great experience such as gourmet pizzas, pastas, salads, calzones, and sandwiches which are made of all high quality ingredients. Acquisition of this business is a priority as this business is in the progress of producing a larger scale of customers and well as cash flow.

Furniture, Fixtures & Equipment: $75,000 (Included in listed price)
Inventory: $3,000 (Included in listed price)
Financing: 100% down at the time of closing or 50% cash down with SBA Financing for Qualified Buyers.
Year Established: 2010
Employees: 2FT/7PT

Facilities: This facility is located in an end cap space with a large patio where construction is currently in place due to increase of population in the area. Once construction is complete, more dine-in customers are expected. All equipment is in impeccable condition.Support/Training: Owner will provide a training period of 2 - 4 weeks to smooth out the transitioning process.
Reason Selling: Family Concerns.
Competition: No direct competitors are within the area that provides gourmet pizzas, but fast food pizzas are still in the area whose concept is aimed towards a different group of customers.
Growth And Expansion: Increase in population has created many new construction sites to accommodate the growing population. Local marketing will be needed to further grow the business as only online marketing is done.

Posted Aug 31, 2016

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