I've been working for my father, who has a Flooring Installations Biz, since the age of 16.Ever since he took me to work with him one day when I was 5,I knew I would follow in his footsteps and learn his Trade. I am now 21 and have become a master of installing Ceramic,marble,granite,hardwood, and laminate floors and feel I'm fully capable of starting my own biz.I greatly enjoy working with my father, unfortunately his work ethic isn't the best and w/o me yelling at him to wake up for work he would miss more days than he does already. Also, while @ work, I feel he's not giving his all and doing his best work possible, again, unless I'm on his case. With me being the son and yet telling him what to do just leads to arguing. Also I only receive 35% of the income for doing 50%, if not more, of the work.
I am a very motivated and capable person and KNOW I could have a very successful biz and make great money! I estimate, once the biz is up and running fully, there's no reason to make under $1,500-$3,000 weekly, of course how high the figure goes depends on job sizes, if they're commercial or residential, and other factors. To get this biz going it would cost anywhere from $6,000-$15,000.The reason for the difference is: whether or not we buy used &/or top of the line tools, what type and condition of vehicle’s purchased, amount of promotions, if any, we do @ the business' start, & etc. Anyone who would be interested in this great Investment Oppurtunity, send me an e-mail @ firstname.lastname@example.org for more info. I’ll send you a detailed Business Plan.Amounts/lenghts of accepted investments along w/ % of return for each. A portfolio of completed jobs w/: customer testimonials and job pics.Also, any other info that's specifically requested.
Thank you for taking the time to look over my offer. I really hope to be doing business together soon!
P.S.-I'm also collecting investments from my personal funds, friends & family, I have appointments W/ a few banks for small business loans and also an appointment W/ my local SBA's branch to discuss the possibility/eligibility of government grants.