The company owns the entire facility. Built in 1981, the commercially zoned property is located on 0.6 acres and contains some unused land that could be used for expansion purposes. The building is 2,750 sq ft.
The property includes office space, new HVAC, new walk-in cooler, new roof, security system, two single-stall bathrooms (male/female), storage, 20 parking spots, ATM, and six gas pumps.
Three underground fuel tanks. 12,000 gal. regular, 10,000 gal. premium, and 2,000 gal. diesel tanks.
Support and Training:
The seller will remain with the company for up to 90 days to assist in the transition and training of the new owners.
Competition and Market:
Despite other competitors in the surrounding area, the company has not seen a decline in revenue from new gas station and convenience stores entering the market. The company strategically kept their prices lower to remain competitive, and local opinion is that the business offers the best prices in town.
Growth and Expansion:
This well-known local staple is poised for consistent revenue generation in a $100 billion industry. The recession-resistant gas station and convenience store industry will continue its reliability, regardless of economic pressures and consumer preferences. Sales are consistent throughout the entire year without volatility in volume which helps the company to keep inventory levels optimal and predict trends.