Do-It-Yourself Dollar is a dollar store developer that lets you save literally thousands of dollars with our unique concept of letting clients select the services they need to open a retail Dollar Store business.
To buy an opportunity with Do-It-Yourself Dollar, you'll need to have at least $20,000 in liquid capital. They also offer financing via 3rd party. *
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About Do-It-Yourself Dollar
Do-It-Yourself Dollar is a dollar store developer that lets you save literally thousands of dollars with our unique concept of letting clients select the services they need to open a retail Dollar Store business. We are not a franchise so there are no continuing fees, dues or royalties to pay. As a DIYD store owner you will be able to choose from a menu of options that will allow you to get everything from a do-it-yourself program for those clients who prefer a more hands-on approach up to a professionally built out, fully functional dollar store for those who desire a turn-key operation business model. The decision is totally yours! Stores starting as low as $44,000!!
In addition to the tremendous cost savings available at DIYD, you will also have the opportunity to take advantage of our INVENTORY RESERVE PROGRAM. This is an innovative industry first that allows our clients to receive a 15% REBATE on inventory. Contact us for more details on this benefit.
Dollar Stores today are seeing a resurgence in this economy that has translated into profits above those of other retail venues. In a January 2009 trade magazine article, Family Dollar chairman, Howard Levine is quoted as saying "Customers of all income levels are looking for ways to stretch their budgets. It's clear that Family Dollar, and the Dollar Channel Overall Is Gaining In This Enviroment". In November of last year in a USA TODAY article the author said the following: "Dollar Stores Are Soaring at a time traditional retailers have been sucked into the market downdraft. The worse the economy, the better for retailers of deeply discounted items." Now is the time for you to invest in this potentially lucrative industry.
One of the main differences between DIYD and other developers is that we are not out to build as many stores as we can and take money from people who should not be in the retail business. DIYD's philosophy is to only put people in business who have the necessary skill and drive to succeed. To that end, we intend to build out only a limited amount of stores per year to qualified applicants. This will allow us to give more attention to our store owners on a continuing basis and help them on the road to success.
Business opportunities now available!
One of the major reasons for retail store failures is choosing the wrong location and/or paying too much for rent. Here at DIYD we believe that unless you have the right site and right rate you cannot possibly become successful. DIYD will assist you in locating a site and a lease rate that will give you an equitable opportunity to thrive and prosper. Our Site Location Manager will work with you to find appropriate potential and viable store locations in your area. The Site Location Manager will also pursue lease negotiations and lease reviews that will give you the best rate and terms, possible free rent concessions and tenant improvement allowances. DIYD will advise the tenant prior to lease signing as to the advisability of accepting the landlord's proffered terms. Our goal at Do-It-Yourself Dollar is to place you in a quality location that will serve you well for many years to come.
If you are a highly motivated individual with dreams of working for yourself, let Do-It-Yourself Dollar assist you in making that a reality.
Please note this business opportunity is currently not accepting inquiries from NV or from outside the United States. Interested parties should have at least $20,000 to invest.
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Interested parties should have at least $20,000 in liquid capital to invest.