Price: $26,750

Location: Chicago

Industry: Entertainment Rental

Listing ID: F191

Entertainment kiosk rental business for sale in Chicago, Illinois.

Listing Details

Total Sales: $45,070

SDE: $36,000

Cash Flow: $36,000

FFE: $22,800 (Included in Price)

Reason For Sale:

Has another business partnership that requires the owners full attention.

Training & Support:

As much as needed and as agreed during the purchase process.


Year Established: 2016

Employees: 1


Relocatable?: Yes

Facilities Information:

The business is currently operated very successfully from a home office environment.


Historical Summary:

$30,000 or best offer. The equipment alone is worth almost that much and the cash flow is more than that per year for 2019 and the prior few years since the business started.

This company provides a fun and effortless experience with simple mobile multi-media production units in a kiosk type format that are automated and very popular for private parties, corporate events, weddings, holiday celebrations, charity dinners, etc. The units make use of both photo and video options allowing for a tailored self-service experience for the customer. This unique experience is the highlight of most gatherings and brings a smile to the face of guests by providing a high-quality take-home memory to last a lifetime.

This business currently services private and corporate clients as well as other well-known organizations in Chicago and beyond including those located in surrounding midwestern states. The expansion potential is limitless with the ability to duplicate service operations in many metro areas and abroad.


This is the most comprehensive combination of these photo/video options at this quality made available in this format. While other related services do exist as a lesser quality level, with appropriate marketing this company can dominate. The expansion potential is limitless with the ability to duplicate service operations in many metro areas and abroad.

Potential Growth:

This business has been running on autopilot most recently as the owner has other business affairs unrelated to this service. A huge amount of potential exists in the Chicago metro area for this already proven model. A new owner could very efficiently learn from the current owner’s experience and seriously ramp up marketing exposure and networking dynamics. In addition, replicating this model in other metro areas is very doable and with minimal investment required. The territories could over-lap with the ability to make use of equipment if needed from multiple regions depending on geographic demand.