ShipOnSite Responds to National Trend of Retirees Returning to Work with Unique Business Model

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Business model is tailored to retirement aged entrepreneurs.

They can't rely on pension plans that have been slashed and they want to remain productive and active. They don't want to be bored moving into the future. We've realized that people who are leaving the corporate world are dynamic, experienced individuals with an amazing amount of insight to offer to ShipOnSite.

ShipOnSite, Inc., a turnkey business opportunity offering a unique structure based on low investment capital and a relatively quick move to profit, is reaching out to seniors who want to be independent business men and women. The company is taking the business savvy and years of on-the-job training these individuals have and are helping them build independent businesses for the next phase of their lives.

President John Brewer explained, "In today's world, many people reach the age when they thought they'd retire and realize that they're looking ahead at another thirty years of healthy, productive living." Brewer adds, "They can't rely on pension plans that have been slashed and they want to remain productive and active. They don't want to be bored moving into the future. We've realized that people who are leaving the corporate world are dynamic, experienced individuals with an amazing amount of insight to offer to ShipOnSite."

Brewer also acknowledges seniors' will to succeed in this new endeavor, "Their enthusiasm and acumen makes them ideal for our independent business model. And the hours are ideal. There's no more rat race with long hours of overtime. They work regular hours and have their evenings and weekends free to relax and enjoy the rewards of their work."

ShipOnSite, Inc. is an attractive business opportunity for those considering a business for their retirement years because with a relatively small investment required an individual can build, stock and open a complete ShipOnSite store, including the AuctionsOnSite and OfficeOnSite options. Most businesses for sale today are franchise opportunities requiring several hundred thousand dollars, putting them out of reach of the typical American. ShipOnSite, Inc. provides guidance, training and helps find financing and assistance throughout the start-up of each branch for much less money and is not a franchise. You own your business outright.

Brewer notes, "There's also a sense of security for those who open a ShipOnSite location. With three streams of revenue, ShipOnSite is less risky financially, which is a plus for retirees and anyone over 50." He also adds, "You aren't putting all of your eggs in one basket. You have money coming in from three different ventures, the ShipOnSite, OfficeOnSite and AuctionsOnSite divisions, all under one roof, but each one earning its own revenue stream."

The ShipOnSite model provides a unique combination of complete financial freedom with unparalleled support. Owners can choose their own vendors and make their own decisions, but will be backed by the support of ShipOnSite's training and support team. They are also free from monthly franchise fees or royalty payments, enabling them to keep all monthly profits, making it particularly attractive to older investors who want to see a return on their investment in the short term.

For more information regarding ShipOnSite business opportunities, visit their website at http://www.ShipOnSite.com or call Michael Brown, Director of Sales and Marketing at (919) 570-6015.

About ShipOnSite, Inc.:
ShipOnSite, Inc. was created in 2003 by John and Kathy Brewer. It offers an outstanding opportunity for individuals who want to own their own business in the second phase of their lives. Full support of the ShipOnSite team and complete equipment, software, training and support means business owners are never alone getting their own ShipOnSite locations started.

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