Small public company . rolling up small mom and pop businesses seeks investor on a continuing basis.
We purchase small mom and pop retail stores in various markets
Our deals usually looks like this for each one...
Purchase Price...$100,000, we pay $50,000 down and seller takes a $50,000 note and we consolidate the small store into our operations. Most of these stores use the same software and services which makes rapid scale possible. These retail locations have historically operated 9am to 5pm 5-days a week, which we think offers competitive advantages to the current labor shortages because workforce doesn't want to work weekends or they can work part time on weekends.
Once we have $100,000 to $500,000 of seller financed notes, we negotiate with YOU or the investor a package of our securities (trading stock w/kicker etc.) to provide the equity to take out the seller financed loans. We usually keep enough cash on hand to buy 5 of these stores and then take the seller(s) out. However, we can do these one at a time if an investor so chooses.
You would need a min. of $50,000 to $100,000 to do one of these deals with us. We do not sell our equity below market price at this point because usually the market takes a couple months to catch up to our deals done and I can't sell our equity that low. Its a fun exciting opportunity for a lender/investor to do one deal at a time with a deal tea that likes to do deals. Once we reach 20-owned stores, we will have an offering and raise larger capital - for now, this is what works for us and our shareholders.
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