PUPS Pet Club - 850 North State Street

PUPS Pet Club - 850 North State Street is seeking investment
to build new club in the Gold Coast neighborhood of Chicago.

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Security Type
Revenue Sharing
Categories
Pet Service
Min Investment
$100
Location
CHICAGO, IL
Expected Close Date
August 19, 2022
Amount Raised
$20,200
Target Raise
$100K-$107K
No. Investors
22
Security Price
$1
Investment Multiple
1.3×
Business’s Revenue Share:
3.5%-3.7%
Securitization
None
Maturity Date
December 31st, 2025
Number of Employees
1
Cash
$0
Revenue
$0
Short Term Debt
$0
Cost of Goods
$0
Long Term Debt
$0
Net Income
$0

Company Description

In 1999, Founder of PUPS Pet Club, Daniel Rubenstein, left his beloved St. Bernard, Sydney, with a pet care provider in Chicago where a tragic event while he was in their care took the life of his beloved dog. Dan was inspired to start a dog daycare business with the promise that no pet parent would ever have to experience what he went through while their dog is in care.

Perks

PUPS Pet Club - 850 North State Street is offering perks to investors.You earn the most valuable perk available based on your total investment amount in this business. You will not also receive the perks of lesser value, unless specified below.

1% Credit

Invest $5,000 or more to qualify.Unlimited available
Invest at least $5,000 and receive 1% of your investment back in store credit



2% Credit

Invest $10,000 or more to qualify.Unlimited available
Invest $10,000 and receive 2% of your investment back in store credit



3% Credit

Invest $15,000 or more to qualify.Unlimited available
Invest $15,000 or more and receive 3% of your investment back in store credit



Security Description

Revenue Sharing is a form of lending that involves sharing revenue from the business with investors as return on their investment. It is often a fixed percentage of revenue and you are paid until you earn a total return on your investment.

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