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Old 11-25-2019, 11:59 AM
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The selling of a glassblowing business

Wondering if anyone out there has successfully sold their glassblowing business, gallery, or hotshop? Or has anyone purchased an existing business, glass gallery, or hotshop? If so how did you go about it? Where did you advertise it? Most of the studios I have heard of being sold were to employees. I have been trying to find a buyer for my gallery and hotshop for close to a year with no luck. I suspect many more studios are closing than opening. Really not trying to make money, but recoup some of our investment. Also our town not to long ago had five hotshops and it will be a great loss to the city. Any advice or experiences would be appreciated. Pete, I hope you'll leave this for awhile as I think it's worth discussion. Thanks
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