ENLIGN Business Brokers Retained By North Carolina Golf Cart Dealership

RALEIGH, N.C. – Michael Fekkes, a senior business broker with ENLIGN Business Brokers (www.enlign.com), has announced that the firm has been retained by a Golf Cart Dealership in North Carolina to represent them in the sale of the business. ENLIGN will provide business valuation and appraisal services, business marketing services, represent the seller in purchase negotiations and value maximization consulting.

News Summary:

• ENLIGN Business Brokers (www.enlign.com) has announced that the firm has been retained by a Golf Cart Dealer in North Carolina to represent them in the sale of the business.

• ENLIGN will provide business valuation and appraisal services, business marketing services, represent the seller in purchase negotiations and provide value maximization consulting.

• For listing details, visit www.enlign.com/listings

Quotes:

“There are not many businesses that are more fun and exciting to operate while providing the financial benefits this Company offers. While clearly a lifestyle business, the current Owner has done an excellent job of managing the business and supporting the tier one golf cart brand they represent. This is the perfect time to hand the reins to a new owner who has the passion and fire in the belly to take it to the next level,” said Michael Fekkes.

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