Karacha.com, the online destination for quality musical instruments and accessories, has today launched an initiative to save small music businesses which have been hit by the recession.
Online PR News – 27-November-2009 – – Karacha.com, the online destination for quality musical instruments and accessories, has today launched an initiative to save small music businesses which have been hit by the recession.
The new initiative will provide high street retailers with a route to the online marketplace as well as up to 60% off the standard retail price of many of its instruments including a brand new range of brightly coloured Violins.
The recession has hit smaller music retailers hard, and the aim of this initiative is to unite these smaller retailers, support them through the recession and prevent any more from disappearing from the High Street.
Adam Ewart, Founder of Karacha.com commented: “One of the main reasons why so many small musical retailers are struggling is that the products they stock can be bought online at a fraction of the price. By signing up Karacha’s concession scheme, these retailers can have an online presence without the headache and investment that setting up an online business independently can cause.
“We don’t want to see any more small independent retailers disappear from the High Street as a result of the recession and we hope that this initiative will make a significant difference to the fate of many businesses.”
The retailer also offers online tutorials from setting up a new instrument to playing the first piece of music as well as advice and buying guides for customers.
Karacha has won numerous awards for the high standards of service that it provides to customers and has received rave reviews for its high-quality yet affordable student-level instruments from a number of music publications.
For more information, please call 0845 200 83 43 or visit karacha.com. Karacha has also launched a Twitter feed at twitter.com/AdamEwart.