Often a seasonal business is thought of as business that is incrementally more busy during a holiday season. For example: a florist sells more flowers during Valentine’s Day. But a seasonal business is technically, any business which gains incremental sales during any measurable time period. Like a restaurant which gains 5% more sales during the winter time or a parking lot located near a stadium that sees a 5,000% increase in revenue during the 6-month long football season.short url:
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