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I. General Company Description
Mission Statement: Mini-Glow’s purpose is to offer great Entertainment which appeals to all ages and may be utilized year round. Mini-Glow will be an indoor activity which will keep its customers away from harsh weather elements. With an inspirational drive for success, by being committed to ongoing development and always thinking of new challenges and goals to become a profitable company, we plan to obtain at least $250,000.00 in sales by 06/01/2010.
Company Goals and Objectives: As an Entertainment Company our number one goal is to make every customer smile. Secondly, we want to be greatly admired by the community for not only offering great Entertainment but also great customer service which in turn will give us loyal and happy customers. To achieve this we will ask that each customer fill out a survey and offer any comments or concerns so we may continue to improve our facility and staffing moral. In addition to our customer satisfaction we will ensure annual sales targets are achieved well before deadline dates.
This business will be marketed toward Family’s. Families are often separated because each age has different ideas of enjoyment, this company appeals to all ages so that family’s can enjoy this together.
Growth is a possibility in this industry, as we progress forward with our company we will continue to look toward bigger and better facilities and more interesting items to offer to our customers for short term growth. A long-term growth prospect will also be available. With the success of Mini-Glow we plan to expand into a family restaurant which has childhood themed areas and offer a wide variety of foods to again appeal to all ages.
Because of the nature of this type of facility its strengths will include; being family oriented and appealing to all ages, being affordable and enjoyable, and continuing to take…...

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