Rare opportunity to assume a successful retail gift and souvenir shop concession in the historic Gold-Rush-themed Columbia State Park with high sales margins. Average Gross Annual Sales of $200,000 per year, with a lot of upside potential. Towle & Leavitt is situated on a high-traffic corner in the 1851-built J.M. Bean Building. In April 1855, Harry Smith sold his dry-goods store to Robert Towle and Albert Leavitt. After Columbia was declared a State Historic Park in 1949 and a National Landmark in 1961, Columbia became a living history museum with shops, restaurants, and museums. The new owner will be acquiring all of the inventory, fixtures, website, and more. The current owner will remain active until the successful transfer of the concession is complete. The current 10-year concession has a bit more than 5 years remaining, at which point the owners will have to renew with the State of California.
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