Here's a franchise that'll let you strike some gold.
Inactive Franchise Profile — Valley Goldmine
Based on our research, this is no longer an active franchise opportunity. Please contact us if franchises are still available.
This franchise offers customers a place where they can buy and sell used gold.
Valley Goldmine is an Arizona based business looking to expand into other states. All gold is stored at their 4 highly protected Arizona locations, so franchisees need not worry about inventory or shipping. The business provides a credible and legitimate way for their franchisees to gain profit off of the lucrative resale business. Valley Goldmine can remove precious stones from the metal in jewelry same day, and if not, they'll send it to their master jeweler. This is ideal for the customers who just want to sell the gold, but keep their diamonds.
Valley Goldmine are all licensed jewelry buyers and have been ranked among the best businesses in the Phoenix area. Franchisees have multiple avenues of revenue, which are all virtually recession proof. Franchisees will have preliminary and additional training with their ongoing support program.
If you are looking to get into a profitable and recession-proof business, Valley Goldmine is for you!
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Sorry. Based on our research, Valley Goldmine is no longer offering franchise opportunities. Learn more about why we classify a franchise opportunity as inactive.
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