This dry cleaner has been in existence for 28 years and has established a loyal clientele in this affluent community in a great location. Gross income $380k. Net Profit 115k.
Bevmo and Trader Joe's are in the same mall; Walmart and Chuck E Cheeze are across the street.
It is fully "green certified", with newer machine about 7 years old only.
They recently replaced the Shirt Press Machine to 'Sankosha'
Dry clean is green-earth.
As of today, there is still 2.5 yrs left in lease.
There are total 4 helpers: 1 spotter, three workers who do laundry, ironing, and alteration.
The reason for the sale is the owner is retiring.
To get more information about this Dry Cleaner business for sale in
San Diego Country please phone Anna Lee (Agent - BRE License #:01320329) at 619-587-1343 - if you get
voicemail please leave a detailed message - make sure you mention you
saw this posting/ad #243452 on BizBen.com. In addition to phoning
Anna Lee, make sure you email Anna Lee above to get more info about this
Dry Cleaner, to ask any questions or request an appointment to see this
business for sale, franchise, or opportunity. Thank you.
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