Details for Business Opportunity After 24 years of successful operation in Kodiak
After 24 years of successful operation in Kodiak Alaska, the owner of Wild Trader's Pawn,
Locksmithing, Alarms & Musical Instruments to retire. Purchase would include inventory, fixtures, existing clients and possible sale of building. $197K for business only. Willing to train new owner. Serious inquiries only. Cash buyer preferred. For more information contact: firstname.lastname@example.org
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