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					Business Plan for Material
and Equipment Hauling
Services
This Business Plan for a Material and Equipment Hauling Services company allows
entrepreneurs or business owners to create a comprehensive and professional business
plan. This template form allows a business to outline the company's objectives and
detail both current company information as well as any past performance. Companies
should include a complete market analysis in their plan to help showcase why their
business strategy will be effective in the market. Future company plans, including
production targets, management strategy, and financial forecasting, should be used to
demonstrate and confirm that the company's short-term and long-term objective can
and will be met. This model plan can be customized to best fit the unique needs of any
entrepreneur or owner that is seeking to create a strong business plan.
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The undersigned reader acknowledges that the information provided by [Company Name] in this
business plan is confidential; therefore, reader agrees not to disclose it without the express written
permission of [Company Name].

It is acknowledged by reader that information to be furnished in this business plan is in all respects
confidential in nature, other than information which is in the public domain through other means
and that any disclosure or use of same by reader may cause serious harm or damage to
[Company Name].

Upon request, this document is to be immediately returned to [Company Name].




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                                                               Table of Contents



1.0 Executive Summary .....................................................................................................................1
    Chart: Highlights ...........................................................................................................................2
  1.1 Objectives ....................................................................................................................................2
  1.2 Mission...........................................................................................................................................2
  1.3 Keys to Success .........................................................................................................................3
2.0 Company Summary......................................................................................................................3
  2.1 Company Ownership................................................................................................................3
  2.2 Start-up Summary....................................................................................................................3
    Table: Start-up ..............................................................................................................................4
    Chart: Start-up ..............................................................................................................................4
3.0 Services.............................................................................................................................................5
4.0 Market Analysis Summary.........................................................................................................5
  4.1 Market Segmentation ..............................................................................................................6
  4.2 Target Market Segment Strategy .......................................................................................6
  4.3 Service Business Analysis ......................................................................................................6
    4.3.1 Competition and Buying Patterns ...............................................................................7
5.0 Web Plan Summary......................................................................................................................7
  5.1 Website Marketing Strategy .................................................................................................7
  5.2 Development Requirements..................................................................................................8
6.0 Strategy and Implementation Summary .............................................................................8
  6.1 SWOT Analysis ...........................................................................................................................8
    6.1.1 Strengths..............................................................................................................................8
    6.1.2 Weaknesses.........................................................................................................................8
    6.1.3 Opportunities ......................................................................................................................8
    6.1.4 Threats ..................................................................................................................................9
  6.2 Competitive Edge ......................................................................................................................9
  6.3 Marketing Strategy...................................................................................................................9
  6.4 Sales Strategy ..........................................................................................................................10
    6.4.1 Sales Forecast ..................................................................................................................10
      Table: Sales Forecast ............................................................................................................10
      Chart: Sales Monthly .............................................................................................................11
      Chart: Sales by Year..............................................................................................................11
  6.5 Milestones ..................................................................................................................................12
    Table: Milestones ........................................................................................................................12
7.0 Management Summary ............................................................................................................12
  7.1 Personnel Plan ..........................................................................................................................13
    Table: Personnel..........................................................................................................................14
8.0 Financial Plan ................................................................................................................................14
  8.1 Start-up Funding .....................................................................................................................14
    Table: Start-up Funding ...........................................................................................................15
  8.2 Important Assumptions ........................................................................................................16
  8.3 Break-even Analysis ..............................................................................................................16
    Table: Break-even Analysis ....................................................................................................16
    Chart: Break-even Analysis ....................................................................................................16

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   8.4 Projected Profit and Loss .....................................................................................................17
     Table: Profit and Loss................................................................................................................17
     Chart: Profit Monthly .................................................................................................................18
     Chart: Profit Yearly.....................................................................................................................18
     Chart: Gross Margin Monthly .................................................................................................19
     Chart: Gross Margin Yearly.....................................................................................................19
   8.5 Projected Cash Flow...............................................................................................................20
     Table: Cash Flow .........................................................................................................................20
     Chart: Cash ...................................................................................................................................21
   8.6 Projected Balance Sheet ......................................................................................................21
     Table: Balance Sheet.................................................................................................................21
     Table: Balance Sheet (Continued) .......................................................................................22
   8.7 Business Ratios ........................................................................................................................23
     Table: Ratios .................................................................................................................................23
     Table: Ratios (Continued) .......................................................................................................24

APPENDIX
Table: Sales Forecast ..........................................................................................................................1
Table: Personnel....................................................................................................................................2
Table: Profit and Loss..........................................................................................................................3
Table: Cash Flow ...................................................................................................................................4
Table: Balance Sheet...........................................................................................................................6




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1.0 Executive Summary

   Company: [Company Name]
   Contact: [Name]
   Address: [Address]
   [City, State ZIP]
   Phone: XXX-XXX-XXXX
   Email: [Email Address]

   Introduction
   [Company Name] provides trucking/hauling services to companies within the Virginia area as
   well as to companies located on the east coast of the United States. The Company focuses on
   the aggregate industry and the concrete plants industry; however it plans to diversify into other
   material handling, such as transportation of equipment for individual brokers and businesses.

   [Company Name] strives to be an asset to its community. By providing quality contract hauling
   services, it is fulfilling the needs of businesses that rely on its expertise. With adequate funding,
   [Company Name] will be able to build a strong company and become a positive resource for its
   community. Furthermore, [Company Name] will be able to gain exposure through effective
   marketing and advertising.

   Location
   [Company Name] is based in Holiday, FL which is located in Pasco County; however, the
   Company will operate within the Northern Virginia area.

   The Company
   [Company Name] is a start-up business, owned by [Name] and [Name]. The Company will offer
   for-hire trucking services to businesses within the aggregate market area as well as businesses
   that are in need of transporting miscellaneous equipment from one location to another. The
   Company will concentrate on its clientele in Virginia as well as over-the-road (OTR) operations
   spanning the eastern region of the US.

   Our Services
   [Company Name] will provide a safe, dependable and reliable trucking/hauling service. Its
   trucking/hauling services will mainly serve the:

      aggregate industry
      concrete plants
      freight forwarders and brokers

   The Market
   [Company Name]'s target market strategy is based on becoming a destination for businesses in
   Virginia as well as on the eastern region of the US who are looking for exceptional medium and
   long haul trucking services. To flourish within its market, the Company will have to
   deliver superior customer service in a timely manner.

   Financial Consideration
   Revenues are projected to increase during the next three years, from $577,000 to
   $994,000. The Company will use $184,836 in funding to purchase long-term assets and handle
   its start-up expenses. Monthly break-even stands at $25,278.




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   The major focus for funding is as follows:
   1. The Company is a woman owned minority business
   2. It provides a well needed trucking/hauling service
   3. Hire employees; the Company will look to hire veterans, minorities and the unemployed.

   Chart: Highlights


                                Highlights
    $1,000,000

      $900,000

      $800,000

      $700,000
                                                                        Sales
      $600,000

      $500,000                                                          Gross Margin

      $400,000                                                          Net Profit

      $300,000

      $200,000

      $100,000

              $0
                       Year 1         Year 2         Year 3



1.1 Objectives

   [Company Name]'s objectives are:

   • Expand fleet of trucks. The company will begin its business with a tandem road tractor
   truck and step-deck. This is designed for long distance hauling of equipment. It will also have a
   dump trailer for a second use of hauling aggregates, fly-ash, sand and gravel. It can haul 25-
   27 tons of material and will average $60 an hour during short hauls when used by an
   independent client. The Company will expand its fleet within a year to a tri-axle dump truck
   used specifically for hauling 20 tons of aggregates and averaging $50 an hour.

   • Establish a complete trucking business. The Company will be working toward becoming a
   complete trucking business with a fleet of trucks which includes long-haul trucks. The
   management of [Company Name]is currently identifying a customer base which it can tap into
   once all the necessary equipment has been acquired. This is going to service areas outside its
   current domain in Virginia and increase profit levels.

1.2 Mission

   [Company Name]'s mission is to “strike with force” the trucking industry by offering
   outstanding client service, safety, and reliability. It is to become the recognized leader in its
   targeted market for long haul and short haul trucking and transportation services.



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1.3 Keys to Success

   Keys to success for the company will include:

   1.   Offering exceptional trucking/hauling services
   2.   Setting delivery schedules that can be met
   3.   Hiring and retaining reliable, safe drivers
   4.   Understanding what clients are trying to achieve, and helping them find the right
        distribution solution to create long-term relationships

2.0 Company Summary

   Company: [Company Name]
   Contact: [Name]
   Address: [Address]
   [City, State ZIP]
   Phone: XXX-XXX-XXXX
   Email: [Email Address]

   [Company Name] LLC is a start-up business. It is a Florida based trucking company which will
   be operated in Northern Virginia. [Company Name]is focusing on the aggregate industry with
   plans to diversify into other material handling such as transportation of equipment for individual
   brokers and businesses. The Company will concentrate on regional as well as over-the-road
   (OTR) operations spanning the eastern seaboard of the US.


2.1 Company Ownership

   [Company Name] is a Limited Liability Corporation, established in 2010. [Company Name] is a
   woman, minority owned business. The Company was founded by two different owners; the
   President, [Name] and the Vice President, [Name].

2.2 Start-up Summary

   The following table and chart shows the start-up costs for [Company Name]. The Company's
   start-up expenses are reflective of the first three months of business which is based on the
   trucking industry having receivables on a 30- to 90- float. The start-up assets consist of a road
   tractor truck ($80,000), 25 foot dump trailer ($30,000), and 48 foot step deck ($15,000).




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Table: Start-up

Start-up

Requirements

Start-up Expenses
Truck Storage                                                  $4,000
Fuel                                                          $21,000
Truck Insurance                                                $1,950
Health Insurance                                               $3,000
Office Expenses                                                  $375
Electric                                                         $225
Truck Maintenance                                             $11,800
Office Phone                                                     $300
Cell Phones                                                      $360
Licenses and Tags                                                $750
Accountant                                                       $250
Marketing                                                        $375
Salaries                                                      $15,051
Fuel Tax                                                         $400
Total Start-up Expenses                                       $59,836

Start-up Assets
Cash Required                                                      $0
Other Current Assets                                               $0
Long-term Assets                                             $125,000
Total Assets                                                 $125,000

Total Requirements                                           $184,836




    Chart: Start-up


                                         Start-up

     $200,000

     $180,000

     $160,000

     $140,000

     $120,000

     $100,000

       $80,000

       $60,000

       $40,000

       $20,000

           $0
                     Expenses   Assets          Investment          Loans




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3.0 Services

   [Company Name] will offer for-hire trucking to all companies in Virginia and the east coast of
   the United States. It will be most attractive to the aggregate industry which seeks trucks to
   transport crushed stone, gravel, rock, fly ash, and sand. Of all the aggregates, fly ash is the
   most financially lucrative and [Company Name]will market this segment heavily by
   60%. Concrete plants are in need of ash daily as it is used to aerate concrete and enhances the
   environment. [Company Name]will also extend its other 40% of services to those businesses
   that are in need of transporting miscellaneous equipment from one location to another. This
   may include the movement of pipe, rollers, conveyors, hoppers, tanks, and other equipment.

   Trucks are operated by qualified and well-trained drivers with spotless records. Drivers are
   safety trained and re- tested for knowledge of laws as they change. A dedicated suite of
   software and communication systems will allow for the logistical management.

4.0 Market Analysis Summary

   Trucking in North America, 2010, is in the midst of a fundamental reshaping. Most long haul
   operations will shift to regional truckers. The forecast is for a 4% to 6% growth for regional
   hauling in 2010 and 2011. There will also be a need of 1 million drivers in the next 15 years
   just to replace retirees and the normal growth of freight. The trucking industry generates $100
   billion dollars per year and provides jobs for more than 800,000 people. Each year the industry
   provides average annual payrolls in excess of $12.6 billion dollars per year. Despite the
   reshaping of this industry, the last five years statistics show that the number of established
   trucking businesses has increased from 40,821 to 47,000 businesses. Gross receipts increased
   by 38.2%, primarily because of the increases in fuel costs over the last three years. This trend
   is expected to continue as the market has allowed smaller firms to compete with larger firms.

   [Company Name] will compete in the market for medium and long haul trucking for the
   aggregate industry and concrete plants. Additionally the Company will serve businesses that
   are in need of transporting miscellaneous equipment from one location to another. The
   Company's market area consists of businesses based in Virginia as well as on the east coast.
   These eastern cities include; Boston, Burlington, Portland, Providence, Hartford, New York City,
   Newark, Buffalo, Albany, Philadelphia, Allentown, Pittsburgh, Baltimore, Washington, D.C.,
   Richmond, Virginia Beach, Raleigh, Charlotte, Columbia, Charleston, Atlanta, Savannah,
   Jacksonville, Orlando, Tampa, and Miami.

   [Company Name]'s industry does not have any seasonality that generally affects it. Therefore,
   the Company has the services and professionalism necessary to flourish within its market. By
   delivering superior customer service in a timely manner, the Company's potential is excellent.




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4.1 Market Segmentation

   [Company Name]will serve three different regional market segments. The first is the
   aggregate/ quarries industry. In 2007, four of the top twenty-five construction aggregates was
   located in Virginia. A total 1.60 billion metric tons of crushed stone was produced for
   consumption and hauled by independent trucking companies such as to be [Company Name].

   The second segment will be concrete plants. Power plants fueled by coal produce more than
   half of the electricity consumed in the USA today. They produce fly ash that is fast becoming a
   vital ingredient for improving the performance of concrete plants. This fly ash is transported by
   independent truckers, such as to be Strike Force, from the electricity plants to concrete plants.
   Each haul of fly ash carried by a trucker pays approximately $1000 of which two to three hauls
   a night is the average.

   The third segment will be working with freight forwarders and brokers. Freight brokers are the
   go-between a company wishing to ship freight and the independent trucker that will actually
   handle the shipping. They are a valuable part of the shipping and carrying industry. The
   brokers specialize in only LTL (Less-Than-Truckload), full truckload shipping and dry bulk
   shipping. Cash flow and/or the increase in profits are the major reason to work with a broker.
   Payables are due within 15-30 days and receivables are on a 30- to 90- day float. The major
   cost factors are the actual fuel charges. This exclusive contract with the broker will be
   established with each client.

4.2 Target Market Segment Strategy

   [Company Name]knows that satisfied customers aid the Company by referring its business to
   other clients who need these services. Currently, [Company Name] serves the trucking market
   segment. Its choice of target markets is based on an in-depth understanding of the customer's
   needs. The Company's exceptional service, quality trucking equipment and reliability will
   allow it to effectively compete and establish a reputation within its area. However
   strengthening its marketing strategy will improve the Company's profitability levels as well
   as provide more business opportunities.

4.3 Service Business Analysis

   The trucking industry is rapidly growing; in fact it is the visible proof of the U.S. economy at
   work. According to the Bureau of Labor Statistics' web site, the trucking industry is strong and
   expanding. The government estimates that freight volume will increase by 50 percent in the
   next 20 years. Almost every product sold in the United States spends at least some time in a
   truck. While planes, trains, and ships are also used to transport goods, no other form of
   transportation has the same level of flexibility as a truck. As a result, trucks are used to
   transport everything from canned food to automobiles.

   Trucking in North America, 2010, is in the midst of a fundamental reshaping. Most long haul
   operations will shift to regional truckers. The forecast is for a 4% to 6% growth for regional
   hauling in 2010 and 2011. There will also be a need of 1 million drivers in the next 15 years
   just to replace retirees and the normal growth of freight. The trucking industry generates $100
   billion dollars per year and provides jobs for more than 800,000 people. Each year the industry
   provides average annual payrolls in excess of $12.6 billion dollars per year. Despite the
   reshaping of this industry, the last five years statistics show that the number of established
   trucking businesses has increased from 40,821 to 47,000 businesses. Gross receipts increased


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   by 38.2%, primarily because of the increases in fuel costs over the last three years. This trend
   is expected to continue as the market has allowed smaller firms to compete with larger firms.

   As simple as it may be, [Company Name]'s method of executing exceptional service will have
   an important effect on the bottom line: People want to give their business to those who
   appreciate it. Skillful use of advertising, offering top-notch trucking services, as well as a
   practice of strong communication will bring the support the Company desires.

4.3.1 Competition and Buying Patterns

   Although there are many major players in each of the commercial carrier market segments, the
   market remains highly fragmented. According to the Fredericksburg Yellow Pages, there are
   numerous companies providing different kinds of trucking services. Major competitors for
   [Company Name]are those companies who have comparable truck fleets scale such as Payne,
   Inc. and Wilson Trucking. Both companies are exceedingly large, however and offer truck
   brokerage as well. Payne, Inc. has 23 tractor trucks and employs 5,500 employees. Wilson
   Trucking has 783 tractor trucks and employs 1,607 employees. They have also been in the
   trucking industry for 83 years.

   There are many small haulers, such as standard dump trucks, that could be competition,
   however, Strike Force's trucks will be of a much larger size and could possibly be an edge
   because of the total tonnage that can be hauled. Client referrals and carrier's reputation are
   believed to strongly influence the buying decision which [Company Name]currently has to offer
   the industry.

   Ultimately, it is [Company Name]'s goal to fulfill client's demands because it aids the Company
   in generating future business. If clients are happy, they will recommend the Company to others
   who need the service. Furthermore, [Company Name] knows that the proper image and
   visibility aids the Company in getting its name out.

5.0 Web Plan Summary

   [Company Name] will be heavily entrenched in the internet. The Company's website is an
   opportunity to offer current information on service offerings and its company
   background. Additionally, the website is the key to having a steady and successful business.

   [Company Name] plans to enhance its website to provide an Internet presence that will better
   represent it through digital images and text and serve to more effectively market
   the Company and expand its market.

5.1 Website Marketing Strategy

   [Company Name] will have an effective website that informs customers about the specific
   information on the services offered. The Company will create alliances with other local
   businesses; thus [Company Name] will capitalize on using its marketing channels to promote
   the website.

   The website will also be promoted on all of its marketing materials. The Company will
   advertise its site on its business cards as well as in other industry related publications.
   Additionally, The Company plans to tie-into social media sites to expand its presence on the
   web and to reach its targeted customers.


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5.2 Development Requirements

   [Company Name] will keep updated photos, calendars, sales details and information on the
   website so that it is helpful to customers searching the website and surfing the internet.
   The Company will create an advertising presence by promoting the site on several places
   online.

   [Company Name]'s site will be attractive, simple and informative. The site will be very user
   friendly and come from a dependable hosting company. The owners of the Company will keep
   the website current.

6.0 Strategy and Implementation Summary

   The strategy of [Company Name] is to consolidate its good customer and client service by
   making timely deliveries, hiring the best drivers and having a competitive pricing structure. The
   company’s goal in the next year is to increase its hauling capabilities by purchasing a second
   truck, an 80,000 lb tri-axle dump truck, which can haul 20 tons of material. The company’s goal
   within the next five years is to operate a full-service trucking business with a fleet of trucks.

6.1 SWOT Analysis

   The following SWOT analysis captures the key strengths and weaknesses within the company,
   and describes the opportunities and threats facing [Company Name].

6.1.1 Strengths

   [Company Name] has much notable strengths. These strengths include:

      Having eager and energetic owners with adequate experience within the trucking/hauling
       industry
      Knowledgeable and friendly staff
      Offering reliable and dependable trucking service
      Clear vision of the market need

6.1.2 Weaknesses

   [Company Name] main weaknesses include:

      Limited cash flow to grow business to its potential
      Cost factor associated with keeping state-of-the-art equipment

6.1.3 Opportunities

   Opportunities for [Company Name] include:

      Growing market with a significant percentage of its target market still not knowing the
       Company exists.
      Strategic alliances offering sources for referrals and joint marketing activities to extend the
       Company's reach.




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6.1.4 Threats

   A primary concern for [Company Name]is its ability to price its services affordably during times
   of economic recession or spikes of gas and oil prices. As of 2010, the price of oil and its
   associated refined energy products have reached multiyear highs. This increase in oil prices has
   caused the freight and trucking industries costs to rise significantly. While this is a concern for
   the business, it is a risk and an issue faced by all other businesses as well. [Name] will continue
   to proceed with caution in the selection of hauling products that will ensure the profitability of
   the business.

6.2 Competitive Edge

   [Company Name] offers the following advantages to customers.

   • Quality Service. The Company will provide its clients with courteous, prompt, and
   dependable service. It intends to build upon its safety morals.

   • Competitive rates. The Company will provide competitive rates for its clients because it
   has low cost inputs.

   • Multi use of equipment. [Company Name] can offer various uses of its equipment which
   can be offered as a dump trailer or as over-the-road hauling services.

   [Company Name]'s hardworking and dedicated staff will definitely aid in the Company's overall
   success. By building a business based on long-standing relationships with satisfied clients,
   [Company Name] will simultaneously build defenses against future competition. The longer the
   relationship stands, the more the Company helps its customers understand what they offer
   them and why they need it.

6.3 Marketing Strategy

   [Company Name]will employ four distinct marketing efforts to raise awareness about the
   company and generate new clients. The first strategy is the use of advertising in the Yellow
   Pages. This will be accomplished by a visual ad approximately 2x2 and to be maintained for at
   least a year.

   The second effort will be used by "cold calling" and distributing brochures and business cards
   customized with the Company's logo to potential clients. There will also be specific logos with
   [Company Name] attached to each side of the tractor truck.

   A third concept is the building and use of a website designed to attract new clients. It will be
   user-friendly and will direct specific questions to the corporate-based location.

   The fourth marketing concept is the usage of numerous accumulated sources of established
   contacts by Mr. James and Mr. Schanne. Their many years in this industry bring forth clients
   that have been given the word-of-mouth concept.




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6.4 Sales Strategy

    [Company Name] has excellent customer relations and work ethics. The Company makes an
    effort to stay in line with the trucking industry in its service area that are offering similar
    services; therefore paying attention to industry rates and latest trucking equipment is
    important. Keeping customers happy is an implicit part of building a relationship that will
    encourage repeat business.

    Furthermore, the company will base its sales strategy on existing contacts as well as targeting
    new businesses. Once a new truck is purchased, it will notify all clientele of Strike Force’s
    services. The Company will further establish its policy of only accepting jobs which can be
    delivered with high customer satisfaction. The Company will provide total quality control over
    the services it renders.

6.4.1 Sales Forecast

    Pricing Strategy

    Aggregates:

    $50 - $55 an hour       Local hauling only (20% of business hauling)

    Fly Ash:

    $1,000 a haul and averaging 2-3 hauls a night (60% of business hauling)

    Equipment hauling:

     This OTR (over-the-road) rate is paid by the load. Variables of fees paid are based on
    the speed of time that the load is needed, the distance that the haul goes to be delivered,
    and the type of load being transported. (20% of business hauling)

    The chart and table below show [Company Name] projected Sales Forecast. Annual projections
    for three years are shown here, with first year monthly figures in the appendix.

    [Company Name] funding forecast includes: trucking/hauling sales. The Company's sales
    forecast for the first Year is $577,000. It is projected to increase to $802,000 in Year
    2 and $994,000 in Year 3.

Table: Sales Forecast

Sales Forecast
                                                          Year 1             Year 2       Year 3
Sales
Trucking/Hauling Services                               $577,000           $802,000     $994,000

Total Sales                                             $577,000           $802,000     $994,000

Direct Cost of Sales                                      Year 1             Year 2       Year 3
Trucking/Hauling Services                               $173,100           $240,600     $298,200

Subtotal Direct Cost of Sales                           $173,100           $240,600     $298,200

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Chart: Sales Monthly


                                                 Sales Monthly
    $50,000


    $40,000


    $30,000                                                                                                                                    Trucking/Hauling Services

                                                                                                                                               $0
    $20,000


    $10,000


         $0
                   Month 1

                             Month 2

                                       Month 3

                                                 Month 4

                                                           Month 5

                                                                     Month 6

                                                                               Month 7

                                                                                         Month 8

                                                                                                   Month 9

                                                                                                              Month 10

                                                                                                                         Month 11

                                                                                                                                    Month 12




   Chart: Sales by Year


                                                 Sales by Year

    $1,000,000

      $900,000

      $800,000

      $700,000

      $600,000                                                                                                                                 Trucking/Hauling Services

      $500,000                                                                                                                                 $0
      $400,000

      $300,000

      $200,000

      $100,000

              $0
                                   Year 1                             Year 2                                 Year 3




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6.5 Milestones

   In order to achieve the growth and marketing goals that have been outline in this business
   plan, [Company Name] has deadlines to meet and ideas to implement. Some of these are
   outlined below:

   1. Obtain funding in the amount of $184,836 to improve business
   2. Purchase Tractor Truck, which will be used to pull aggregates or over-the-road hauling for
      long-distance deliveries of equipment. This truck will have an approximate 450 hp engine,
      automatic transmission and a 93 gallon fuel tank. The average cost of this truck will be
      $80,000.
   3. Purchase 25 foot Dump Trailer, which can haul 25-27 tons of material. It has a steel frame
      and aluminum body engineered for excavations and construction material hauling. The cost
      for this is approximately $30,000.
   4. Purchase 48 foot Step Deck with a 3-axle trailer used for miscellaneous loads. This cost
      averages $15,000.

Table: Milestones

Milestones

Milestone                 Start Date      End Date        Budget         Manager
Obtain Funding             7/1/2011      12/1/2011            $0          [Name]
Purchase Tractor                                         $80,000          [Name]
Truck
Purchase 25 foot                                         $30,000          [Name]
Dump Trailer
Purchase 48 foot Step                                    $15,000          [Name]
Deck

Totals                                                  $125,000

7.0 Management Summary

   [Company Name] was founded by two different owners. The President, [Name], comes to this
   business with over 18 years of Business Administration and accounting skills. Her knowledge of
   the asphalt and aggregate industry as well the marketing segment will be able to bring the
   operations of the business to profitability within its first year of business.
   The Vice President, [Name], enters [Company Name]with over 25 years of the aggregate and
   asphalt business as well as the trucking industry. His many contacts throughout his work
   history will greatly improve the client list that is already quickly becoming established. Mr.
   James’s knowledge of truck maintenance and the purchasing of trucks will also be an asset to
   Strike Force.

   The Regional Vice President, [Name], enters the company as a skilled Class “A” CDL driver. He
   initially started driving box trucks and heavy equipment ten years ago and he has progressed to
   the Class “A” status. His exceptionally clean driving record will bring future business to
   [Company Name]with an emphasis on safe and considerate driving. Mr. Schanne also works in
   the asphalt business and has acquired numerous contacts in the aggregate industry.




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   In addition to the owner’s extensive background and industry experience, she is also very
   community oriented and spends a considerable amount of time and effort assisting charitable
   organizations. [Name], President of [Company Name], has generously been an advocate for
   many non-profit organizations. She has also participated in a mission trip to Guinea, Africa in
   2003, where new wells for clean water were built.

   Organizations that she would like to continue to support in the name of [Company
   Name]include:

          o   CBN (Christian Broadcasting Network)
          o   Operation Blessing
          o   Salvation Army
          o   Metropolitan Ministries
          o   Ocean Conservancy
          o   American Diabetes Association
          o   St. Jude Children’s Hospital
          o   Habitat for Humanity
          o   AARP Foundation
          o   Local women’s shelters for domestic abuse

    [Company Name]would like to participate in local events for children’s associations such as
softball
    and football teams where their time would be to volunteer at neighborhood events. It would
    also like to volunteer for Habitat for Humanity and other relief organizations during times of
    needs.

7.1 Personnel Plan

   The table below contains the details of [Company Name]'s personnel plan. The detailed monthly
   personnel plan for the first year is included in the appendix.

   Increases in pay wages each year will be based on the Net Profitability of [Company Name]of
   the prior year. The payroll estimates, as shown below, works only on the assumption that each
   year after the first year, a Net Profit will be raised.

   Organizational Structure
   Strike Force’s management philosophy will be based on responsibility and mutual respect. It is
   to be an environment that stimulates productivity and emphasizes respect for clients and fellow
   employees. Each owner will be an entity unto themselves. A new truck driver to be hired in
   2012 will report to [Name], Regional Vice President. An administrative assistant will report
   directly to the President, [Name].

   Employee Contribution to [Company Name]
   [Name], President: 100%
   [Name], Vice President: 100%
   [Name], Regional Vice President: 100%
   2nd Driver (2nd year):    75%
   Administrative Assistant: 25%




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   Employment Change
   Overall employment of truck drivers is expected to grow 9 percent over the 2010-2020 decade,
   which is about as fast as the average for all occupations. As the recession ends and the
   economy grows, the demand for goods will increase, which will lead to more job opportunities.
   Job opportunities should be favorable for truck drivers, especially for long-haul drivers. The
   number of heavy and tractor-trailer truck drivers is expected to grow 13 percent mainly as a
   result of increased demand for goods in the U.S. As the economy continues to grow,
   companies and households will continue to increase their spending, many of which must be
   shipped over long distance.

Table: Personnel

Personnel Plan
                                                          Year 1          Year 2           Year 3
[Name]                                                   $10,200         $20,400          $25,000
[Name]                                                    $9,996         $10,000          $10,000
[Name] (driver)                                          $50,004         $60,000          $60,000
2nd Driver                                                    $0         $33,280          $36,400
Admin Assistant                                           $6,888         $15,600          $15,600
Total People                                                   4               5                5

Total Payroll                                            $77,088        $139,280        $147,000

8.0 Financial Plan

   The current financial plan is based on the assumption of achieving desired levels of funding.
   Additionally, [Company Name] plans to obtain funding in the amount of $184,836 for the
   purpose of equipment purchases as well as the growing demand for hauling services.

   The following sections of this plan will serve to describe [Company Name]'s financial plan in
   more detail:

      Start-up Funding
      Important Assumptions
      Break-even Analysis
      Profit & Loss
      Cash Flow
      Balance Sheet
      Business Ratios




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8.1 Start-up Funding

    [Company Name] start-up costs are detailed below in the Start-up Table. The following table
    shows how these start-up costs will be funded by owner and investor capital.

Table: Start-up Funding

Start-up Funding
Start-up Expenses to Fund                               $59,836
Start-up Assets to Fund                                $125,000
Total Funding Required                                 $184,836

Assets
Non-cash Assets from Start-up                          $125,000
Cash Requirements from Start-up                              $0
Additional Cash Raised                                       $0
Cash Balance on Starting Date                                $0
Total Assets                                           $125,000


Liabilities and Capital

Liabilities
Current Borrowing                                            $0
Long-term Liabilities                                        $0
Accounts Payable (Outstanding Bills)                         $0
Other Current Liabilities (interest-free)                    $0
Total Liabilities                                            $0

Capital

Planned Investment
Owner                                                        $0
Investor                                               $184,836
Additional Investment Requirement                            $0
Total Planned Investment                               $184,836

Loss at Start-up (Start-up Expenses)                   ($59,836)
Total Capital                                          $125,000


Total Capital and Liabilities                          $125,000

Total Funding                                          $184,836




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8.2 Important Assumptions

   The table below presents the assumptions used in the financial calculations of this business
   plan. [Company Name] is a limited liability corporation business and is taxed accordingly. The
   Company's expenses assume a 3% increase due to inflation & other cost variables.

8.3 Break-even Analysis

   For the break-even analysis, the monthly revenue needed to break-even is $25,278. The break-
   even analysis has been calculated on the "burn rate" of The Company. [Company Name] feels
   that this gives the investor a more accurate picture of the actual risk of the venture.

Table: Break-even Analysis

Break-even Analysis

Monthly Revenue Break-even                                       $25,278

Assumptions:
Average Percent Variable Cost                                       30%
Estimated Monthly Fixed Cost                                     $17,695



   Chart: Break-even Analysis


                                            Break-even Analysis

      $12,000

       $9,000

       $6,000

       $3,000

           $0

      ($3,000)

      ($6,000)

      ($9,000)

     ($12,000)

     ($15,000)


                 $0            $8,000          $16,000       $24,000       $32,000       $40,000
                      $4,000            $12,000       $20,000       $28,000       $36,000       $44,000




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8.4 Projected Profit and Loss

   [Company Name]'s Pro Forma Profit and Loss statement was constructed from a conservative
   point-of-view, and is based in large part on past performance.

   The sales for Year 1, Year 2 and Year 3 are $577,000, $802,000, and $994,000, respectively.
   The net profit for the same period is $134,095, $190,954, and $276,331, respectively; while
   the percentages of the net profit sales for this period are 23.24%, 23.81%, and 27.80%,
   respectively.

   Once the Company receives funding to add the new assets, the depreciation of the new fixed
   assets will be over a 10 year period.

Table: Profit and Loss

Pro Forma Profit and Loss
                                               Year 1          Year 2           Year 3
Sales                                        $577,000        $802,000         $994,000
Direct Cost of Sales                         $173,100        $240,600         $298,200
Other Costs of Sales                               $0
Total Cost of Sales                          $173,100        $240,600         $298,200

Gross Margin                                 $403,900        $561,400         $695,800
Gross Margin %                                70.00%          70.00%           70.00%


Expenses
Payroll                                       $77,088        $139,280         $147,000
Marketing/Promotion                            $1,500          $1,950           $2,145
Depreciation                                  $11,462         $12,500          $12,500
Truck Storage                                 $15,996         $16,476          $16,970
Fuel                                          $84,000         $86,520          $89,116
Insurance                                      $4,956          $5,105           $5,258
Payroll Taxes                                 $11,563         $20,892          $22,050
Other                                          $5,770          $5,885           $6,003

Total Operating Expenses                     $212,335        $288,608         $301,042

Profit Before Interest and Taxes             $191,565        $272,792         $394,758
EBITDA                                       $203,027        $285,292         $407,258
 Interest Expense                                  $0              $0               $0
 Taxes Incurred                               $57,469         $81,838         $118,427

Net Profit                                   $134,095        $190,954         $276,331
Net Profit/Sales                              23.24%          23.81%           27.80%




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Chart: Profit Monthly


                                          Profit Monthly
 $12,000


 $10,000


  $8,000


  $6,000


  $4,000


  $2,000


     $0
            Month 1       Month 3       Month 5       Month 7       Month 9      Month 11
                   Month 2       Month 4       Month 6       Month 8      Month 10      Month 12




Chart: Profit Yearly


                                            Profit Yearly


 $300,000

 $270,000

 $240,000
 $210,000

 $180,000

 $150,000

 $120,000

  $90,000
  $60,000

  $30,000

      $0
                       Year 1                   Year 2                    Year 3




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Chart: Gross Margin Monthly


                                     Gross Margin Monthly

 $32,000

 $28,000

 $24,000

 $20,000

 $16,000

 $12,000

  $8,000

  $4,000

     $0
            Month 1       Month 3       Month 5       Month 7       Month 9      Month 11
                   Month 2       Month 4       Month 6       Month 8      Month 10      Month 12




Chart: Gross Margin Yearly


                                      Gross Margin Yearly


 $700,000

 $600,000

 $500,000

 $400,000

 $300,000

 $200,000

 $100,000

      $0
                       Year 1                   Year 2                    Year 3




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8.5 Projected Cash Flow

   [Company Name] has applied for $184,836 in funding. The Company forecast that it
   will receive the funding in the second quarter of 2011. During this period, [Company Name]
   will use the money to purchase one tandem road tractor, one step deck, and one 80,000 lb
   trailer for long hauls in the first year of plan implementation. [Company Name]'s cash plan is
   based on the assumption that the Company meets its forecast objectives and collects
   receivables within 60 days.

   The following table displays [Company Name]'s cash flow and the chart illustrates monthly cash
   flow in the first year. Monthly cash flow projections are also included in the appendix.

Table: Cash Flow

Pro Forma Cash Flow
                                                         Year 1           Year 2           Year 3
Cash Received

Cash from Operations
Cash Sales                                             $432,750        $601,500         $745,500
Cash from Receivables                                  $119,408        $190,813         $240,234
Subtotal Cash from Operations                          $552,158        $792,313         $985,734

Additional Cash Received
Sales Tax, VAT, HST/GST Received                             $0              $0               $0
New Current Borrowing                                        $0              $0               $0
New Other Liabilities (interest-free)                        $0              $0               $0
New Long-term Liabilities                                    $0              $0               $0
Sales of Other Current Assets                                $0              $0               $0
Sales of Long-term Assets                                    $0              $0               $0
New Investment Received                                $184,836              $0               $0
Subtotal Cash Received                                 $736,994        $792,313         $985,734

Expenditures                                             Year 1           Year 2           Year 3

Expenditures from Operations
Cash Spending                                           $77,088        $139,280         $147,000
Bill Payments                                          $323,878        $451,995         $550,040
Subtotal Spent on Operations                           $400,966        $591,275         $697,040

Additional Cash Spent
Sales Tax, VAT, HST/GST Paid Out                             $0              $0               $0
Principal Repayment of Current Borrowing                     $0              $0               $0
Other Liabilities Principal Repayment                        $0              $0               $0
Long-term Liabilities Principal Repayment                    $0              $0               $0
Purchase Other Current Assets                                $0              $0               $0
Purchase Long-term Assets                              $125,000              $0               $0
Dividends                                                    $0              $0               $0
Subtotal Cash Spent                                    $525,966        $591,275         $697,040

Net Cash Flow                                          $211,028        $201,038         $288,694
Cash Balance                                           $211,028        $412,067         $700,760



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   Chart: Cash


                                                           Cash
     $210,000

     $180,000

     $150,000

     $120,000
                                                                                                                                               Net Cash Flow

                                                                                                                                               Cash Balance
      $90,000

      $60,000

      $30,000

          $0
                Month 1

                          Month 2

                                    Month 3

                                              Month 4

                                                        Month 5

                                                                  Month 6

                                                                            Month 7

                                                                                      Month 8

                                                                                                Month 9

                                                                                                           Month 10

                                                                                                                      Month 11

                                                                                                                                 Month 12
8.6 Projected Balance Sheet

   [Company Name]'s net worth is $443,931, $634,886, and $911,217, for Year 1, Year 2,
   and Year 3 respectively. The Company's Total Assets for this same period will be $474,408,
   $672,634, and $957,094, respectively.

Table: Balance Sheet

Pro Forma Balance Sheet
                                                                                                            Year 1                            Year 2             Year 3
Assets

Current Assets
Cash                                                                                                      $211,028                          $412,067           $700,760
Accounts Receivable                                                                                        $24,842                           $34,529            $42,795
Other Current Assets                                                                                            $0                                $0                 $0
Total Current Assets                                                                                      $235,870                          $446,596           $743,556

Long-term Assets
Long-term Assets                                                                                          $250,000                          $250,000           $250,000
Accumulated Depreciation                                                                                   $11,462                           $23,962            $36,462
Total Long-term Assets                                                                                    $238,538                          $226,038           $213,538
Total Assets                                                                                              $474,408                          $672,634           $957,094




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Table: Balance Sheet (Continued)

Liabilities and Capital                     Year 1      Year 2     Year 3

Current Liabilities
Accounts Payable                           $30,477     $37,748    $45,877
Current Borrowing                               $0          $0         $0
Other Current Liabilities                       $0          $0         $0
Subtotal Current Liabilities               $30,477     $37,748    $45,877

Long-term Liabilities                           $0          $0         $0
Total Liabilities                          $30,477     $37,748    $45,877

Paid-in Capital                           $369,672    $369,672   $369,672
Retained Earnings                         ($59,836)    $74,259   $265,214
Earnings                                  $134,095    $190,954   $276,331
Total Capital                             $443,931    $634,886   $911,217
Total Liabilities and Capital             $474,408    $672,634   $957,094

Net Worth                                 $443,931    $634,886   $911,217




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8.7 Business Ratios

   The table below presents the projected business ratios from the general freight trucking
   services as a reference with sales from $500,000 -$999,999.

Table: Ratios

Ratio Analysis
                                        Year 1        Year 2       Year 3       Industry
                                                                                  Profile
Sales Growth                               n.a.      38.99%       23.94%          -0.19%

Percent of Total Assets
Accounts Receivable                      5.24%        5.13%        4.47%         17.39%
Other Current Assets                     0.00%        0.00%        0.00%         29.79%
Total Current Assets                    49.72%       66.40%       77.69%         48.52%
Long-term Assets                        50.28%       33.60%       22.31%         51.48%
Total Assets                           100.00%      100.00%      100.00%        100.00%

Current Liabilities                      6.42%        5.61%        4.79%         25.43%
Long-term Liabilities                    0.00%        0.00%        0.00%         54.14%
Total Liabilities                        6.42%        5.61%        4.79%         79.57%
Net Worth                               93.58%       94.39%       95.21%         20.43%

Percent of Sales
Sales                                  100.00%      100.00%      100.00%        100.00%
Gross Margin                            70.00%       70.00%       70.00%         72.36%
Selling, General & Administrative       46.76%       46.19%       42.20%         20.43%
Expenses
Advertising Expenses                     0.26%        0.24%        0.22%          0.19%
Profit Before Interest and Taxes        33.20%       34.01%       39.71%          7.28%

Main Ratios
Current                                    7.74        11.83        16.21           1.43
Quick                                      7.74        11.83        16.21           1.38
Total Debt to Total Assets               6.42%        5.61%        4.79%         79.57%
Pre-tax Return on Net Worth             43.15%       42.97%       43.32%        130.03%
Pre-tax Return on Assets                40.38%       40.56%       41.25%         26.56%




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Table: Ratios (Continued)

Additional Ratios                  Year 1     Year 2     Year 3
Net Profit Margin                 23.24%     23.81%     27.80%     n.a
Return on Equity                  30.21%     30.08%     30.33%     n.a

Activity Ratios
Accounts Receivable Turnover         5.81       5.81       5.81    n.a
Collection Days                        57         54         57    n.a
Accounts Payable Turnover           11.63      12.17      12.17    n.a
Payment Days                           27         27         27    n.a
Total Asset Turnover                 1.22       1.19       1.04    n.a

Debt Ratios
Debt to Net Worth                    0.07       0.06       0.05    n.a
Current Liab. to Liab.               1.00       1.00       1.00    n.a

Liquidity Ratios
Net Working Capital              $205,393   $408,848   $697,679    n.a
Interest Coverage                    0.00       0.00       0.00    n.a

Additional Ratios
Assets to Sales                      0.82       0.84       0.96    n.a
Current Debt/Total Assets             6%         6%         5%     n.a
Acid Test                            6.92      10.92      15.27    n.a
Sales/Net Worth                      1.30       1.26       1.09    n.a
Dividend Payout                      0.00       0.00       0.00    n.a




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Table: Sales Forecast

Sales Forecast
                                Month 1   Month 2   Month 3   Month 4   Month 5   Month 6   Month 7   Month 8   Month 9    Month     Month     Month
                                                                                                                              10        11        12
Sales
Trucking/Hauling Services       $45,510   $45,865   $46,415   $46,879   $47,348   $47,822   $48,300   $48,783   $49,271   $49,764   $50,272   $50,771

Total Sales                     $45,510   $45,865   $46,415   $46,879   $47,348   $47,822   $48,300   $48,783   $49,271   $49,764   $50,272   $50,771

Direct Cost of Sales            Month 1   Month 2   Month 3   Month 4   Month 5   Month 6   Month 7   Month 8   Month 9     Month     Month    Month
                                                                                                                               10        11        12
Trucking/Hauling Services       $12,887   $13,140   $13,412   $13,682   $14,048   $14,229   $14,516   $14,809   $15,107   $15,411   $15,721   $16,138

Subtotal Direct Cost of Sales   $12,887   $13,140   $13,412   $13,682   $14,048   $14,229   $14,516   $14,809   $15,107   $15,411   $15,721   $16,138




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Table: Personnel

Personnel Plan
                   Month 1   Month 2   Month 3   Month 4   Month 5   Month 6   Month 7   Month 8   Month 9    Month    Month    Month
                                                                                                                 10       11        12
[Name]                $850      $850      $850      $850      $850      $850      $850      $850      $850     $850     $850      $850
[Name]                $833      $833      $833      $833      $833      $833      $833      $833      $833     $833     $833      $833
[Name] (driver)     $4,167    $4,167    $4,167    $4,167    $4,167    $4,167    $4,167    $4,167    $4,167   $4,167   $4,167    $4,167
2nd Driver              $0        $0        $0        $0        $0        $0        $0        $0        $0       $0       $0        $0
Admin Assistant       $574      $574      $574      $574      $574      $574      $574      $574      $574     $574     $574      $574
Total People             4         4         4         4         4         4         4         4         4        4        4         4

Total Payroll       $6,424    $6,424    $6,424    $6,424    $6,424    $6,424    $6,424    $6,424    $6,424   $6,424   $6,424    $6,424




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Table: Profit and Loss

Pro Forma Profit and
Loss
                               Month 1   Month 2   Month 3   Month 4     Month 5   Month 6   Month 7   Month 8   Month 9   Month 10   Month 11    Month
                                                                                                                                                      12
Sales                          $45,510   $45,865   $46,415   $46,879     $47,348   $47,822   $48,300   $48,783   $49,271    $49,764    $50,272   $50,771
Direct Cost of Sales           $12,887   $13,140   $13,412   $13,682     $14,048   $14,229   $14,516   $14,809   $15,107    $15,411    $15,721   $16,138
Other Costs of Sales
Total Cost of Sales            $12,887   $13,140   $13,412   $13,682     $14,048   $14,229   $14,516   $14,809   $15,107    $15,411    $15,721   $16,138

Gross Margin                   $32,623   $32,725   $33,003   $33,197     $33,300   $33,593   $33,784   $33,974   $34,164    $34,353    $34,551   $34,633
Gross Margin %                 71.68%    71.35%    71.10%    70.81%      70.33%    70.25%    69.95%    69.64%    69.34%     69.03%     68.73%    68.21%


Expenses
Payroll                         $6,424    $6,424    $6,424    $6,424      $6,424    $6,424    $6,424    $6,424    $6,424     $6,424     $6,424    $6,424
Marketing/Promotion               $125      $125      $125      $125        $125      $125      $125      $125      $125       $125       $125      $125
Depreciation                        $0    $1,042    $1,042    $1,042      $1,042    $1,042    $1,042    $1,042    $1,042     $1,042     $1,042    $1,042
Truck Storage                   $1,333    $1,333    $1,333    $1,333      $1,333    $1,333    $1,333    $1,333    $1,333     $1,333     $1,333    $1,333
Fuel                            $7,000    $7,000    $7,000    $7,000      $7,000    $7,000    $7,000    $7,000    $7,000     $7,000     $7,000    $7,000
Insurance                         $413      $413      $413      $413        $413      $413      $413      $413      $413       $413       $413      $413
Payroll Taxes            15%      $964      $964      $964      $964        $964      $964      $964      $964      $964       $964       $964      $964
Other                     1%      $455      $459      $464      $469        $473      $478      $483      $488      $493       $498       $503      $508

Total Operating                $16,714   $17,759   $17,765   $17,769     $17,774   $17,779   $17,784   $17,788   $17,793    $17,798    $17,803   $17,808
Expenses

Profit Before Interest         $15,909   $14,966   $15,238   $15,428     $15,526   $15,814   $16,000   $16,186   $16,371    $16,555    $16,748   $16,825
and Taxes
EBITDA                         $15,909   $16,008   $16,280   $16,470     $16,568   $16,856   $17,042   $17,228   $17,413    $17,597    $17,790   $17,867
 Interest Expense                   $0        $0        $0        $0          $0        $0        $0        $0        $0         $0         $0        $0
 Taxes Incurred                 $4,773    $4,490    $4,571    $4,628      $4,658    $4,744    $4,800    $4,856    $4,911     $4,966     $5,024    $5,047

Net Profit                     $11,137   $10,476   $10,667   $10,799     $10,868   $11,070   $11,200   $11,330   $11,459    $11,588    $11,723   $11,777
Net Profit/Sales               24.47%    22.84%    22.98%    23.04%      22.95%    23.15%    23.19%    23.23%    23.26%     23.29%     23.32%    23.20%




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Table: Cash Flow

Pro Forma Cash Flow
                                    Month 1   Month 2   Month 3   Month 4   Month 5   Month 6    Month 7   Month 8   Month 9    Month     Month     Month
                                                                                                                                   10        11        12
Cash Received

Cash from Operations
Cash Sales                          $34,133   $34,399   $34,811   $35,159   $35,511   $35,867    $36,225   $36,587   $36,953   $37,323   $37,704   $38,078
Cash from Receivables                    $0      $379   $11,380   $11,471   $11,608   $11,724    $11,841   $11,959   $12,079   $12,200   $12,322   $12,445
Subtotal Cash from                  $34,133   $34,778   $46,192   $46,630   $47,119   $47,590    $48,066   $48,547   $49,032   $49,523   $50,026   $50,523
Operations

Additional Cash Received
Sales Tax, VAT, HST/GST     0.00%       $0        $0        $0        $0        $0        $0         $0        $0        $0        $0        $0        $0
Received
New Current Borrowing                   $0        $0        $0        $0        $0        $0         $0        $0        $0        $0        $0        $0
New Other Liabilities                   $0        $0        $0        $0        $0        $0         $0        $0        $0        $0        $0        $0
(interest-free)
New Long-term Liabilities               $0        $0        $0        $0        $0        $0         $0        $0        $0        $0        $0        $0
Sales of Other Current                  $0        $0        $0        $0        $0        $0         $0        $0        $0        $0        $0        $0
Assets
Sales of Long-term Assets                $0        $0        $0        $0        $0        $0         $0        $0        $0        $0        $0        $0
New Investment Received                  $0        $0        $0        $0        $0        $0   $184,836        $0        $0        $0        $0        $0
Subtotal Cash Received              $34,133   $34,778   $46,192   $46,630   $47,119   $47,590   $232,902   $48,547   $49,032   $49,523   $50,026   $50,523




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Table: Cash Flow (Continued)

Expenditures                   Month 1   Month 2   Month 3   Month 4   Month 5   Month 6   Month 7    Month 8    Month 9      Month      Month      Month
                                                                                                                                 10         11         12

Expenditures from
Operations
Cash Spending                   $6,424    $6,424    $6,424    $6,424    $6,424    $6,424     $6,424     $6,424     $6,424     $6,424     $6,424     $6,424
Bill Payments                     $932   $27,949   $27,935   $28,293   $28,627   $29,023    $29,298    $29,645    $29,999    $30,358    $30,722    $31,097
Subtotal Spent on Operations    $7,356   $34,373   $34,359   $34,717   $35,051   $35,447    $35,722    $36,069    $36,423    $36,782    $37,146    $37,521

Additional Cash Spent
Sales Tax, VAT, HST/GST            $0        $0        $0        $0        $0        $0         $0         $0         $0         $0         $0         $0
Paid Out
Principal Repayment of             $0        $0        $0        $0        $0        $0         $0         $0         $0         $0         $0         $0
Current Borrowing
Other Liabilities Principal        $0        $0        $0        $0        $0        $0         $0         $0         $0         $0         $0         $0
Repayment
Long-term Liabilities              $0        $0        $0        $0        $0        $0         $0         $0         $0         $0         $0         $0
Principal Repayment
Purchase Other Current             $0        $0        $0        $0        $0        $0         $0         $0         $0         $0         $0         $0
Assets
Purchase Long-term Assets           $0        $0        $0        $0        $0        $0   $125,000         $0         $0         $0         $0         $0
Dividends                           $0        $0        $0        $0        $0        $0         $0         $0         $0         $0         $0         $0
Subtotal Cash Spent             $7,356   $34,373   $34,359   $34,717   $35,051   $35,447   $160,722    $36,069    $36,423    $36,782    $37,146    $37,521

Net Cash Flow                  $26,777      $405   $11,833   $11,913   $12,068   $12,143    $72,180    $12,477    $12,609    $12,741    $12,880    $13,002
Cash Balance                   $26,777   $27,182   $39,015   $50,928   $62,995   $75,139   $147,319   $159,796   $172,405   $185,147   $198,026   $211,028




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Table: Balance Sheet

Pro Forma Balance Sheet
                                               Month 1    Month 2     Month 3     Month 4     Month 5     Month 6     Month 7     Month 8     Month 9       Month       Month      Month
                                                                                                                                                               10          11         12
Assets                    Starting Balances

Current Assets
Cash                                 $0        $26,777    $27,182     $39,015     $50,928     $62,995     $75,139    $147,319    $159,796    $172,405    $185,147    $198,026    $211,028
Accounts Receivable                  $0        $11,378    $22,465     $22,688     $22,937     $23,166     $23,398     $23,632     $23,868     $24,107     $24,348     $24,594     $24,842
Other Current Assets                 $0             $0         $0          $0          $0          $0          $0          $0          $0          $0          $0          $0          $0
Total Current Assets                 $0        $38,154    $49,647     $61,703     $73,865     $86,162     $98,537    $170,951    $183,664    $196,512    $209,495    $222,621    $235,870

Long-term Assets
Long-term Assets              $125,000        $125,000   $125,000    $125,000    $125,000    $125,000    $125,000    $250,000    $250,000    $250,000    $250,000    $250,000    $250,000
Accumulated                         $0              $0     $1,042      $2,084      $3,126      $4,168      $5,210      $6,252      $7,294      $8,336      $9,378     $10,420     $11,462
Depreciation
Total Long-term Assets        $125,000        $125,000   $123,958    $122,916    $121,874    $120,832    $119,790    $243,748    $242,706    $241,664    $240,622    $239,580    $238,538
Total Assets                  $125,000        $163,154   $173,605    $184,619    $195,739    $206,994    $218,327    $414,699    $426,370    $438,176    $450,117    $462,201    $474,408

Liabilities and Capital                        Month 1    Month 2     Month 3     Month 4     Month 5     Month 6     Month 7     Month 8     Month 9       Month       Month      Month
                                                                                                                                                               10          11         12

Current Liabilities
Accounts Payable                     $0        $27,018    $26,992     $27,339     $27,660     $28,047     $28,310     $28,646     $28,988     $29,334     $29,686     $30,047     $30,477
Current Borrowing                    $0             $0         $0          $0          $0          $0          $0          $0          $0          $0          $0          $0          $0
Other Current                        $0             $0         $0          $0          $0          $0          $0          $0          $0          $0          $0          $0          $0
Liabilities
Subtotal Current                     $0        $27,018    $26,992     $27,339     $27,660     $28,047     $28,310     $28,646     $28,988     $29,334     $29,686     $30,047     $30,477
Liabilities

Long-term Liabilities                $0             $0         $0          $0          $0          $0          $0          $0          $0          $0          $0          $0          $0
Total Liabilities                    $0        $27,018    $26,992     $27,339     $27,660     $28,047     $28,310     $28,646     $28,988     $29,334     $29,686     $30,047     $30,477

Paid-in Capital               $184,836    $184,836       $184,836    $184,836    $184,836    $184,836    $184,836    $369,672    $369,672    $369,672    $369,672    $369,672    $369,672
Retained Earnings             ($59,836)   ($59,836)      ($59,836)   ($59,836)   ($59,836)   ($59,836)   ($59,836)   ($59,836)   ($59,836)   ($59,836)   ($59,836)   ($59,836)   ($59,836)
Earnings                             $0     $11,137        $21,613     $32,279     $43,079     $53,947     $65,017     $76,217     $87,547     $99,006   $110,595    $122,318    $134,095
Total Capital                 $125,000    $136,137       $146,613    $157,279    $168,079    $178,947    $190,017    $386,053    $397,383    $408,842    $420,431    $432,154    $443,931
Total Liabilities and         $125,000    $163,154       $173,605    $184,619    $195,739    $206,994    $218,327    $414,699    $426,370    $438,176    $450,117    $462,201    $474,408
Capital
Net Worth                     $125,000        $136,137   $146,613    $157,279    $168,079    $178,947    $190,017    $386,053    $397,383    $408,842    $420,431    $432,154    $443,931

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