Folks, I am considering parting out my business this year. Literally, I serve a 3 county area (small counties, close together). I'd like to break it up into 3 parts and sell it. Looking to have the balance of the trucks taken over as well as receive $25K-$30K for each broken off business. For the $25K, each will receive an enclosed trailer, mowers (Zturns and walkbehinds), hand held equipment, brochures, clothing and about $45K-$70K of customers. I've made the offer to 3 of my best employees to each purchase a 1/3. I'll even throw in a new plow/salter and snow blower. Have decided to relocate out of the Northeast all together. The business has been fun, made good money and we even managed to run it remotely this past year with the guys handling the day to day. However, long term a business can suffer that way, so it's just better to sell it healthy and get out of Dodge. We are doing a show in three weeks, so even with the impending sale, we are still growing it! Has anyone sold or parted out a business in this fashion? Should I just try to sell the entire business? For this year, I'll keep the orginating corp and web site.