Everyone is watching shows like storage wars and American pickers and forget that after you buy it you need to sell it. Sam Lilly Liquidation Network provides this answer.
To buy a license with Sam Lilly Liquidation Network, you'll need to have $5,000 - $25,000 in liquid capital and a minimum net worth of $5,000. Licensees can expect to make a total investment of $5,000 - $25,000. They also offer financing. *
|Home Office:||Helena, Alabama|
Sam Lilly Liquidation Network is the answer to all things excess, leftover, and unwanted. We specialize in liquidating excess business inventory, business closings, restaurant equipment, hotel liquidations, estates and personal items. The Sam Lilly Liquidation Network is giving you an opportunity to run your own liquidation service using our online platform, marketing material, and contracts. You can start your business wherever you choose. Whether it's an abandoned storage unit or a 50,000 square foot warehouse, it's all up to you.
Sam Lilly Liquidators is an elite force of marketing professionals utilizing the online auction method to provide our clients and customers with the highest quality of satisfaction. We use online auctions to bring qualified buyers to the sellers. Our marketing and planning strategies help us create custom events to meet our clients' needs.
We conduct auctions throughout the United States with our ready-on-demand staff providing the best services regardless of our clients' location.
We are looking for individuals who are not afraid to put in enough effort to grow their own business. We are also looking for people who understand the art of negotiation and who desire to make the deal for the end customer. We need motivated, self-starters who like to be challenged and are goal-oriented.
West Virginia, Wisconsin, Vermont, Virginia, Tennessee, South Carolina, Rhode Island, Pennsylvania, Ohio, New York, New Jersey, New Hampshire, North Carolina, Mississippi, Michigan, Maine, Maryland, Massachusetts, Kentucky, Indiana, Illinois, Georgia, Florida, Delaware, Washington, D.C., Connecticut, Alabama
Interested parties should have at least $20,000 in liquid capital to invest.