I was a exultant owner of a hip CD and record shop. I built it due to my my love for an ever-expanding record collection. I had so many LPs I was almost forced to start a way to share it all with the world. Well, I decided to found a record shop. It was a blast, for awhile. However, it didn't take before I decided I could no longer do it. I began for opportunities to sell. This decision was hard but actually finding a buyer was even more difficult.
I looked to find an outside business broker/adviser to help me sort out the good offers from the bad. I hoped to evade selling to huge companies. The new owner, I hoped, would keep the local flavor. Thankfully, the home improvement franchise Detroit MI respected my intention and after four months we located a fantastic buyer.
As a fan of music, I stop by my former shop to purchase records. I'm constantly happy to see the unique music, but horribly my record collection is growing. Maybe I'll be able to keep it under control this time around.