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Old 06-08-2017, 04:48 AM
 
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Asking Price: http://www.bizbuysell.com/xcommon/im...n_question.png $225,000
Gross Income: http://www.bizbuysell.com/xcommon/im...n_question.png $589,836
Cash Flow: http://www.bizbuysell.com/xcommon/im...n_question.png $89,124
FF&E: http://www.bizbuysell.com/xcommon/im...n_question.png N/A
Inventory: http://www.bizbuysell.com/xcommon/im...n_question.png N/A
Real Estate: http://www.bizbuysell.com/xcommon/im...n_question.png N/A
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Business Type: Nondurable Goods


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R U LOOKING FOR A SULLIVAN COUNTY MONEY MACHINE (no we are not talking about the Monticello casinos!!)
Check out this name brand bread route operating in growing Sullivan County, NY. Current owner has more than tripled this route's volume over the past 10 years as his product line, shelf space & customer base all increased!!
If you have recently lost your job, fear loosing it soon or live in the general area &/ or are tired of the long commute to work...consider owning this gem of a route! Early start makes for an early finish. Nets almost $1,800 weekly. $85 down includes Seller warranted 2007 truck (no CDL license required).

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Facilities: 2007 Isuzu 16' Box Truck-Diesel
Financing: 135,000 for 10 years @ 7% monthly note $1,567.46
Support/Training: Yes
Reason Selling: going back to retail food sales
do ou have any route for sale now
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Old 06-08-2017, 05:33 AM
 
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Have you bought it ?
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Old 07-10-2017, 07:57 AM
 
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Can any one speak to credibility of owing flowers baking distributorship in tenessee - in the last 3 years pros, cons etc thanks Bread99
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Old 09-17-2017, 12:12 PM
 
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Hi I'm thinking about selling my route on my own , does anyone have info on how to go about it? Thank you! I
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Old 01-04-2018, 02:06 PM
 
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Have a Flowers bread and cake route that I would like to sell. I have 2 years invested in it and want at least my money back, up front. After that, you would fill out the paperwork and continue the payments through Flowers. I have over $20,000 equity in the route right now.
Hi, I am wondering what the margins are on your route? In other words, what is the typical per product commission %?
Thanks,
Mary Hall
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Old 05-05-2018, 04:16 PM
 
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Does anybody Know of any changes in the Bread Distribution business in Wisconsin, Brownberry in particular. Everyone in our area is selling their routes. Something going on that everyone is getting out, not a good buy? I understand it is a lot of work, I have done delivery before, just wondering if something is going on not to sink all I have into buying a route?
Bimbo is now downgrading ALL new owners to 18%. Their reason, as told to me is that we made money all those years, now it's their turn. HORRIBLE! As a result, all older routes are now devalued. Before buying a route do your DUE Diligence!
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Old 09-03-2018, 04:02 PM
 
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Anyone here own a non bread route? Snyders of Hanover or Pepperidge Farm cookie route etc.... I'm looking at a PF cookie route and curious what the word is on them. I used to have a bread route and burned out quickly because of all the stale and you pretty much have to be in every store 7 days a week. Talk about turning into a zombie. How are snack routes?

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Old 09-15-2018, 07:58 PM
 
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I'm buying a bread route I will be using a 24ft trailer, I was wondering if anybody knows with the trailer full how much weight will I be towing? Should I go with gas or diesel? Route is 180 miles a day 4 days a week.
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