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'How to Sell Your Green Business' Available Online Now

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The book, written by Principum Group president, provides a how-to guide for green industry businesses.

| November 11, 2009

CORDOVA, TENN. – The Principium Group, Inc. announced today the publication of "How to Sell Your Green Business – A Practical Guide for Green Industry Business Owners."

"How to Sell Your Green Business" is a practical guide for owners of green industry businesses such as lawn care companies, landscape contractors, nurseries, garden centers and similar businesses considering the sale of their business either now or sometime in the future as part of an exit strategy.

"How to Sell Your Green Business" was written by Ron Edmonds, president of The Principium Group. In the book, he walks readers through the process and gives tips for  improving the value and marketability of their businesses while avoiding common pitfalls. The book is targeted at business owners who will be selling their businesses themselves as well as those who will be using an intermediary or business broker.

How to Sell Your Green Business is available now directly from the publisher at http://www.fastpencil.com/publications/63   It will be available, in both print and e-book formats, through Amazon.com and other distribution channels in the near future. 

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