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From the monthly archives: September 2014

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SOLD: Federal Express Ground Route

The CBB Team takes great pride in providing personalized, professional service to each of our clients and bringing buyers and sellers together. So, we thought we’d share.

This was a rare opportunity to get in on a contracted FedEx route in Austin. This independently-owned business is contracted with FedEx Corporation to make deliveries in a PSA (Protected Service Area) route giving rights to cover two high growth areas in the Austin Metro Area. The previous owner went back to Corporate America. Two delivery trucks were included in the sale. The deal closed within two months of going to market.

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SOLD: Vina's Cafe

The CBB Team takes great pride in providing personalized, professional service to each of our clients and bringing buyers and sellers together. So, we thought we’d share.

The Seller, Khai Tran, sold this Vietnamese restaurant to Khuong Pham within four months of going to market. Pham had been looking for the right restaurant to own and run with his extended family since October 2013. The location of the restaurant near the intersection of Hwy 290 and Hwy 6, with like-new equipment, unlimited parking, and a very large seating capacity were the major factors that helped Pham decide that this was the place.

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SOLD: Bricks 4 Kids

The CBB Team takes great pride in providing personalized, professional service to each of our
clients and bringing buyers and sellers together. So, we thought we’d share.

Bricks 4 Kidz is an after school learning franchise that ranked #1 children’s enrichment program by
Entrepreneur Magazine in January 2014. Programs offered are for children ages 3-13+ and are offered
through after-school classes at private and public schools, week-long summer camps, birthday parties,
and preschool classes.

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