Description About This Posting: Surf Shop, Manufacturing Plant
Located in one of the most popular surf communities in San Diego County, this prominent surf shop provides everything expected; men's, women's, and kids beach apparel, headwear, surfboards, beach accessories, sunglasses, sandals, and beach rentals. In addition, the business has a surfboard manufacturing plant creating a brand name of custom surf boards known throughout the surf arena, which are displayed and sold in the surf shop.
This is a great time to see the business, it is highly stocked for the summer season with approximately over $225,000 of inventory at cost, or approximately over $400,000 at retail value. With an ocean view, the shop operates out of nearly 2,000 square feet, with sectioned display areas, changing rooms, and storage area. A great opportunity for a casual lifestyle work environment for a working owner/couple/family, or a strategic acquisition for an existing retailer/board shaper that is looking to expand into this area.
The successful surf shop has three (3) different revenue sources that complement each other beautifully throughout the seasonal times of the year; (1) the retail surf shop sales of men's, women's, and kids beach apparel, headwear, surfboards, beach accessories, sunglasses, sandals and more; (2) the equipment rentals that include Soft and Hard Boards, SUP's, Body Board, Wet Suits, Beach Chair, Umbrellas, and Surfboard Soft Racks; (3) surfboard repairs such as dings and fin changes. Plus, an additional bonus of expanding the surfboard manufacturing to the next level of supplying other surf shops throughout California and beyond.
The owner is looking to either (i) sell the surf shop, which includes the Furniture, Fixtures, & Equipment, and Inventory, or (ii) sell the surf shop with the custom surf board manufacturing plant, which includes all of the surf shop items, and the manufacturing plant and equipment. The owner will train and can possibly stay on if needed by the buyer.
Truly a turnkey operation for a surfboard enthusiast with a background in business.
To get more information about this Surf Shop, Manufacturing Plant business for sale in
San Diego North County please phone Al Zamora (Broker - BRE License #:01345218) at 858-243-8658 and 858-243-8658 - if you get
voicemail please leave a detailed message - make sure you mention you
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Surf Shop, Manufacturing Plant, to ask any questions or request an appointment to see this
business for sale, franchise, or opportunity. Thank you.
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