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“This is an ideal business for the person that loves closing a sale while employing creativity and technical knowledge. Take a challenging installation and create magic resulting in long term customer relationships.” —Note from the seller.
This Company is an established window treatment business located in Kent County, Michigan. The Company has a beautiful and newly expanded showroom where clients can get expert advice on their window treatment needs. The owner started the Company in 2009 and is seeking to sell the Company in order to retire.
Despite the pandemic and related shutdowns, the Company has performed well in 2020. The business operates with several actionable growth opportunities and investment considerations.
The Company prides itself on its exceptional staff. The team enjoys what they do, and they are very compatible and have strong work ethics, sharing a commitment to customer satisfaction.
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