Description About This Posting: Type 47 Liquor License
For sale and available today! Selling a Placer County type 47 liquor license. If opening a new restaurant with a full bar or like to upgrade to a full bar, you will need this liquor license. If interested and have a secured location, please don't hesitate to contact me. Price is $130k plus fees!
To get more information about this Type 47 Liquor License business for sale in
Placer County please phone Mike Lemons (Resource) at 949 315-7892 - if you get
voicemail please leave a detailed message - make sure you mention you
saw this posting/ad #227978 on BizBen.com. In addition to phoning
Mike Lemons, make sure you email Mike Lemons above to get more info about this
Type 47 Liquor License, to ask any questions or request an appointment to see this
business for sale, franchise, or opportunity. Thank you.
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Liquor license brokerage and consulting services. We provide: Alcohol License Transfers Application Consulting & Processing, Liquor License Purchases & Sales, City Zoning Permits & Land Use Entitlements, Public Convenience or Necessity Findings and Letters. Phone Mike Brewer direct at 800-437-1100.
Assisting both sellers and buyers of businesses - dealing mainly with Liquor Stores, Grocery Markets, Gas Stations, Smoke Shops, Restaurant Related, Retail Related, Service Related. Serving SF Bay Area, North Bay, Sacramento area. Call Harry Sidhu, CBB for assistance at 510-366-6130.
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