Service business

Seneca County consumer services business owner seeks buyer

Tiffin, Ohio— The Tiffin-Seneca Economic Partnership (TSEP) announced Monday that the owner of a successful Seneca County service business is considering retiring and selling the business.

Detailed information on this opportunity, codenamed “Project Symphony”, can be found on TSEP’s “Entrepreneurial Opportunity Clearinghouse” at

The opportunity will remain open until June 6, 2022. Interested parties should contact Adam Gillmor, Development Coordinator at TSEP, at, or by phone at 614.725.8086.

The business owner, who wishes to remain anonymous for the time being, is considering retirement and wants to pass his business on to another entrepreneur.

With $500,000 in annual sales and customers in surrounding counties, this company is well positioned for the future, according to TSEP.

Currently, the business employs four people and rents space for $1,000 per month. The seller is asking for $650,000 for the business as well as its vehicles, inventory and other assets.

If the buyer needs help learning the trade, the seller is ready to help as a paid consultant. Eligible parties may include individuals wishing to manage and/or own the business, but need not be both.

Current Seneca County Commissioners Board Chairman Anthony Paradiso has stated his support for the project. “Seneca County is full of entrepreneurs always looking for new opportunities. I hope this Tiffin-Seneca Entrepreneurial Opportunity Clearinghouse listing excites them enough to continue a valuable service business for our communities.