If you're going to college owning a brick and mortar store would be a ton of work! You might think about getting some experience from someone else in the business to make sure you like it and make sure it's something you could commit a lot of money towards! If you decide you like it you should make a list of what the business you are working at is doing right & wrong so you can do better.
by Officer Friendly - 15 hours ago
sorry not realistic to "own" a business and attend college. visit local businesses and look at the Hours they open. when would u attend college. most businesses operate at a LOSS of money the first year. go to college to learn so u can earn later.
by Rob - 15 hours ago
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