Have you ever wanted to own a business inworld but did not have the capital to make your dream a reality? Now you can with this unique business opportunity provided by Manitou Tourism, GCG.
The Elk Bones Tavern is a historical landmark built in the RolePlay community of the Regional Municipality of Manitou (recently featured in the Canadian Sun magazine). Elk Bones Tavern was built in 1854 by Louis deVanner and furnished as a tavern by Amethyst Jetmaine and Winter Silversmith.
The Tavern has a great main floor setup of tables and food. The second and third floors are empty and perfect for a small medieval themed business or living quarters.
The building must contain a Tavern on the main floor and be open to the public. We recommend the name of the tavern remain the same for its historical value and recognition.
The Fine Print ~ We offer you 500 prims, the current Tavern setup on the main floor is a bonus and not counted against your prims unless you desire to change it. You may not change or re-texture the structure of the building. We offer a simple Covenant that encourages a low lag environment. We will co-promote and co-sponsor, when possible, any events or activities you wish to hold in the tavern. The Cost to you? MC$ 0 ~ while we welcome tips and gratuities they are not required for you to take over this business and treat it and our community as your home. You do not have to live in Manitou to run this business.
We want this Tavern used and to play an active role in our community.
Contact Winter Silversmith inworld via NoteCard or InstantMessage today.
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Hendrix tribute concert
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Kevin M. Klerks, Editor
(aka Winter Silversmith)