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Broker presents an opportunity to own a cash producing bar / nightclub in Central Louisiana. This 3500+ square foot leased nightclub was developed by the current owner approximately 2 years ago and he invested over $100,000+ into renovations that make it a great place for loyal customers to spend their weekend nights. This business generates $18,000 to $24,000 in monthly revenue and these sales are mostly cash (70% Cash / 30% CC). A new owner could continue to operate it semi-absentee as it is being done presently or they could certainly take a more hands-on approach. This business’ most popular and most requested drinks are also those with the highest margins! Currently the bar is open three nights per week (Thurs, Fri, Sat) from 8pm to 3 am and often hosts private parties. This business features a dance floor, DJ booth, back patio, huge granite topped bar, security system, tables & chairs, and an office. Concerning staffing this business, it has 3 bar employees including a manager and security staffing that is already in place. Immediate opportunities are available to increase revenue including bringing in live music, offering food services, and developing the upstairs space that is already leased but not being utilized by the current owner. The owner is motivated to sell as he has another business that he also operates and does not have enough time to manage both businesses. He will provide ample training for this easy to own and operate business. Come meet the motivated owner, have some fun, see the possibilities for growth, and make an offer.

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