“Employee recognition is one of the key drivers when motivating employees in the workplace. It’s really as simple as that. More recognition for work well done means happier, more engaged employees who are more invested in your organization and driven to produce great work.” – Ben Petersen, Inc. Magazine.
“There are two things people want more than sex and money… recognition and praise” –Mary Kay Ash, founder of Mary Kay Cosmetics
This business produces trophies, plaques, name badges, and other recognition items for businesses, clubs, teams, and churches throughout Northern Colorado. Whether it’s a name
badge for the newest member or a trophy for the top salesman, this business does it all.
Acrylic, metal, glass, wood, and plastic are some of the materials they work with. Building on
30 years of experience, this business has earned a reputation for quality, craftsmanship, and
speedy service. With gross margins over 70% and limited competition, it also represents an
The business occupies a 3,750 storefront, which includes an owner’s apartment (approx., 1,000 SF). The asking price of $125,000 includes all inventory, fixtures, and equipment. In addition, the seller will stay on for 60 days to train the buyer. The buyer will have the option to lease or buy the premises, or move the business to a new location.
Every team, club, business, and religious organization uses awards to recognize and motivate its members. This firm is perfectly positioned to capture much of that business. What’s
needed is a well-conceived sales and marketing effort supported by a robust website, social
media presence, and email marketing. This business is ideal for a person with some mechanical skills (the seller will train you) a passion for meeting people and closing sales.