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    Quote Originally Posted by ronniewill View Post
    Good Luck!!
    I started the same way with the family business, my father helped me. We traded sniper rifles and sights and range finder for hunting. There was a profitable business, the father is still engaged, quality suppliers, fast delivery. What else is needed ?!


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    Keep your work and personal lives separate. When mixing business and family, it's easy for business to become the sole topic of discussion at home or at family BBQs.
    Kids must have outside experience.
    Get outside advice.
    Hire outsiders.
    Treat everyone equally.
    Start strong.


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    A family-owned business is any company owned by two or more family members and the family holds majority control or ownership. The size of these companies runs the gamut, from mom-and-pop shops to Fortune 500 firms. Families definitely make their mark in the small business world


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