34 PRINCE STREET, Grafton, New South Wales 2460
GRAFTON LOTTO PLUS NEWSAGENGY
For Sale | $229,000
This successful business has the franchises for New South Wales Lottery and Cartridge World as well as the distribution rights for News Corp Australia, Fairfax Newspapers and Ovato Magazines
Grafton Lotto Plus belongs to a major stationery buying group "Office smart"
They carry a huge selection of cards, magazines and gifts for all occasions.
Grafton Lotto Plus has exclusive distribution rights from their Franchisees and cover a big area.
Major distributor of Newspapers north of the Clarence River in Grafton.
A well-established business in the Clarence valley for over 158 years with the previous owner operating for over 28 years and current owner for over 14 years.
Staff are a big asset of most businesses and in particular this business the staff are well liked, do an incredible job and highly regarded by customers and owner.
Grafton Lotto Plus operate 7 days to cater for their valued customers. Mon to Fri 5:30 am to 5:30 pm, Sat 5:30am to 1:00pm and Sun 5:30am to 12:00
Lease: Very reasonable rent with long lease available.
With Processes, Systems and Manuals in place this business is easily operated and very profitable.
There are many strengths and opportunities going forward with this business.
Reasonable return on investment
Proven track record of success
Well presented with modern fit out and equipment
Easily operated with reliable staff
Excellent location in the CBD
Extensive training for new owner
Easily transitional business operated by one owner and team
Systems and processes in place for easy take over and operation
Reliable well maintained Vehicles
Long established business with great reputation
With the population growing at a sustainable rate the Clarence is well placed to deliver quality health care and community services to its residents both now, and into the future.
The Clarence Correctional Centre, located in Lavadia (approximately 12.5 kilometres southeast of Grafton), will accommodate 1,700 inmates.
It will feature state of the art security and surveillance and focus on rehabilitation to help reduce the rate of reoffending.
Benefits of the project include:
about $560 million injected into the local economy over the next 20 years
long-term, local economic opportunities through the procurement of a range of goods and services
up to 1,100 construction jobs and 600 operational jobs created
Addressing the critical shortage of correctional centre beds and facilities within NSW.
The project is being delivered by the NSW Government in partnership with the Northern Pathways consortium consisting of John Holland, Serco, John Laing and Macquarie Capital.
Recent duplication of the Bridge over the Clarence River to south Grafton a major achievement. Also duplication of the highway from Woolgoolga to Ballina will draw permanent residents to the area.
Take the opportunity now to own your own profitable, easily operated business in a great area of NSW.