Business Name

Preserve a Mission

Business Model


Asking Price
We save memories by creating hardbound printed books from emails that the Missionaries of the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-Day Saints send home every week.
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Facts and Figures

United States
Date of Founding
Full-Time Staff
Owner Operated
Annual Revenue
Annual Expenses
Annual Net Profit
Profit and Loss
Evidence of Revenue
Note: Where the business is less than 12 months old the annualized data represents total sales for the period of operation.

Recent Performance

Month April 2019 May 2019 June 2019
Revenue $1,917 $1,199 $438
Expenses $2,509 $1,001 $1,678
Net Profit -$592 $198 -$1,240
Month May 2019 June 2019 July 2019
Pageviews 6,584 5,586 574
Users 1,012 965 44

Note: Traffic data was provided on July 03, 2019. Enquire for more recent data.

Business Description

Preserve a Mission is a site where return missionaries, or parents or loved ones of returned missionaries, can print the emails they write home every week into a hard-bound book. The emails often contain images and text that a missionary want to remember forever.

How does your business make money?

We make money from selling the printed hardbound book to the customer filled with their memories.

Why should someone buy this business?

This business would be great for someone able to dedicate full time to it. With software functioning, it's an easy side revenue with an endless stream of revenue. Missionaries aren't going anywhere anytime soon.

How can the future owner improve this business?

We really wish we had more time to optimize the book creation process. Mostly technology-driven, there are a lot of ways we can improve that portion of the business dramatically cutting down on the manual labor of creating each book.

Why are you selling this business?

Google changed its API restrictions limiting our API access. We need to rebuild the connection using a standard IMAP connection instead of the Google API. This also allows us to import from other types of accounts as well, so it would be a tremendous upgrade. We originally went with Google's API because the church uses Gmail for all of their missionary accounts. Now that the restrictions have changed, it is more cost advantageous to build out an IMAP import tool.

Business Strengths

  • Key Words Ranking
  • Customer Service
  • Evergreen Niche
  • High Barrier of Entry to Market
  • Positive Customer Reviews

Opportunities for a new owner

  • Start Selling into New Markets
  • Improve Current Marketing Efforts
  • Develop New Features

Key day-to-day operations

  • Design & Production
  • Order Assembly
  • Content marketing


  • Facebook Advertising
  • Instagram Advertising
  • SEO


  • Brand assets
  • Contracts (written or verbal) with customers and suppliers
  • Custom technology
  • Customer databases
  • Domains
  • Existing manufacturing relationships
  • Hosting accounts
  • Inventory on hand or on order at the time of closing
  • Marketing materials and collateral
  • Policy and Process documents
  • Relevant email accounts
  • Social media accounts
  • Vendor contacts
  • Website files, source code and content
  • e-Commerce platform accounts
  • Google Adwords

Social Media


Post sale support

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About the Seller

Kenny Eliason

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United States

Hey! I'm Kenny Eliason and my business partner is Kurt Wankier. We are serial entrepreneurs and have had a lot of companies that we own and operate. We love startups and businesses, so much so that we run a startup building in Las Vegas, NV.