Description

This store sits along a rural route with a blue collar, agricultural customer base. It has a local, neighborly feel. The store is easy to manage with low expenses which makes it very profitable. Gas equipment was upgraded in 2014. A buyer could increase the business by adding food service.

Rent is only $1,500/month; landlord pays property tax and property insurance. The tenant is responsible for repairs.

Inside sales $45,000/month, Gas gallons 9,000/month, Lottery Commission $1,500/month. Additional income from ATM, Air, and Wire Transfers. Discretionary Net Income after all essential expenses (including payroll) is about $106,000/year.

The seller wants to free up cash for his next investment project and free up some of his personal time.

Posted Apr 1, 2016

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