Business Description.
Established in 1996, this business is an adjudicated dance competition that helps to promote the learning and development of young dancers. The business has been touring the country and raising the standard in the competitive world of dance for many years. The business owners take pride in being organized, on-time, non-political, and offering superior well-rounded judging expertise to participants. The business is a forum for teachers to showcase their student's talents in a positive setting. Both novice and competitive levels are available. Stage experience, confidence and technical excellence are the offerings that this business strives to bring to its participants.

Longstanding Clientele, Excellent Branding, and 20 Years in Business make this a phenomenal opportunity for any interested acquirer!

Facilities: This is a home-based business. During competition season, the business rents out facilities (high schools, gymnasiums, etc.) that will host each competition. (Home Based) Competition: From 20 years in business, this company has a name that is well known and respected in both the market area and business arena. It boasts a large roster of longstanding and loyal clientele who eagerly prepare for competitions every year. The business also has a strong online presence, with an in-depth website that is updated regularly. Growth & Expansion: The business is able to consistently cover operating costs with sales revenue. The service delivery process is one that a new owner can easily adopt and carry on. The business has maintained a customer database on which a new owner can rely. Top and Bottom line profits could easily be increased by offering workshops and seminars for dancers and studio owners during the off season. Support & Training: Currently, the business has 1 active full-time employee, 2 active part-time employees, and 2 business owners. All preparations for competitions are done online (music submissions for routines, registration for competitions, etc.) which requires very little staff involvement. The business has staff and management in place to help a new owner successfully manage the transition, and to provide continuity after the owners' departure that clients know and trust. The business owners are willing to remain involved for a 3-12 month post-sale transition period, and want to remain as part-time consultants for the business after it's sold.

Posted Nov 24, 2016

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