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Asking PriceUndisclosed
Revenue$1,504,524 EstablishedUndisclosed
Cash Flow$382,910 EmployeesUndisclosed
FF&EUndisclosed FranchiseNo
InventoryUndisclosed RelocatableNo
Real EstateUndisclosed Home-basedNo
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The Corporation was established in 1938. The corporation has become a nationwide company
with a customer base of 2,500 and counting. This business is tailored to the funeral industry,
where it provides quality stationery products to funeral directors throughout the country. Those
products include register books, memorial folders, acknowledgment cards, prayer cards,
crucifixes, and custom-designed products.

Some of the key selling points are their quality products and that the Company is able to sell
them at a low price. This gives the funeral director an opportunity to provide their customers
with, not only high-quality products, but also to have a higher profit margin. Another key selling
component for the Corporation is it's long-standing delivery of providing extraordinary customer
service. The customer knows they're going to be cared for when they call the Company
Training/Support:There are four full-time employees and one part-time employee excluding owners. With the exception of the Seller, it is not anticipated that there will be any employee turnover as a result of a sale. The Seller is willing to train and transition the Purchaser for a mutually agreeable time period immediately following closing.
Ad #125184
Seller Reference #INDIAIN001-N1950
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Barry Bedford
(317) 662-2059
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