Rock Hill Lavender has dropped their asking price to $50,000 for their online and show operations business. Online and show business profit $42,000 in 2010 and more the years before. The sell price includes the name, logo, website, marketing list, vendor contacts, and $25,000 in saleable inventory. Price can be reduced with inventory reduction. The current owner is also offering to ship the included inventory to a buyer anywhere in the United States for free at close of escrow. Owner is ready to move quickly as the busy season for the business is about to begin.
Only the highest quality pure and natural products promoting beauty, heath, and well-being are sold through this increasingly profitable and recognized business. The new buyer can move this business anywhere in the country. Rock Hill Lavender is receiving national recognition and local awards and has an ever-growing list of loyal customers. Products sold include their own proprietary bath and body line with hand-made soaps, lotions, shampoos and conditioners, balms, gels, cremes, massage oils, bath salts, body scrubs, and masks; a culinary line with custom made herb and salt blends and cooking oils; a gift line with home-made candles, mists, and specialty designed and scented sachets, stuffed animals and pillows, socks, gloves, and wraps for aromatherapy; and even an exclusive line of specialty products for pets! The new owner will have full access to carrying any and all custom items currently being sold under the store name as well as the option to change or expand product lines to include other offerings. Extensive advertising has grown name recognition and with the busy holiday season soon to start, this is a special opportunity to step in and own a profit-making niche business.
As brand awareness continues to increase, the potential for growth is very good. The current owner has already reached the need to reorganize the company and sell the internet and special events operations side of the business to focus on manufacturing and wholesale activities to ensure supply can keep up with the demand. An interested buyer does have the option to purchase the manufacturing and wholesale aspects of the company. The current owner of the business is willing to provide training at no cost for a minimum of one week.
Serious inquiries can contact the business broker, Deborah Meeker at 530-933-1251. Interested parties will need to sign a non disclosure and submit their financials to prove they can purchase the business.