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YES I can help if you tell me more. Where are you, like City and State.
How soon do you plan on starting this party rental business??
Can I read your Business Plan when you complete it??
Any lender or investor will want to see a Business Plan.
How long do you need the finds for?? and How and When will you pay me back??
Do you have a Lawyer?? How soon do you have with the lease??
So many question, LUCKIEST
What is your web site info and email address?
Mark, email address "firstname.lastname@example.org"
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I am a ambitious, persistent & aggressive young woman who is trying to open up my own Party Rentals business as well as another I believe profitable business, which would be a liquor store. It would cater to consumers who would want to rent multiple party elements for birthdays, anniversaries, weddings or just for themselves for a simple family barbeque. They would be able to rent out machines such as margarita machines, tents, chairs, kegs, etc. I understand that running your own business takes some sort of risk, time, consistency, hard-work and patience and I have all those qualities. However, running your own business also takes money. It has always been a dream of mine to have my own business and work for myself. Being your own boss in my opinion is a great accomplishment. I believe in myself and these businesses that I want to establish. I just need help in doing so. I have done all the proper steps such getting my DBA, Incorporation, Duns & Bradstreet, filing for S-Corp for the Corporation and filing for my liquor license which is almost completed. I'm a little bit meticulous so its taking me some time with my business plan, however, it will be completed shortly. I have the capital for the building lease but I did not sign for the building because I did not feel comfortable signing the lease when I do not have the funding to purchase the inventory. I am asking if there is any potential investors that would be willing to take the time to look into my business proposal and perhaps invest?