A fresh wholesale program has just been announced by The Cheap Place, a Florida based retail outlet reselling patches, pins together with other items.
Online PR News – 24-August-2011 – – A fresh wholesale program has just been announced by The Cheap Place, a Florida based retail outlet reselling patches, pins together with other items. If you wish to buy items for resale then The Cheap Place is offering folks the capability to obtain a lot of their products in bulk at more affordable prices.
The wonderful thing about the wholesale prices being offered by The Cheap Place would be the fact now it is feasible for people to make more money than they could have before if they had been reselling patches on-line or at bike rallies and festivals which they had paid retail prices for.
The wholesale program from The Cheap Place is open to anyone who places at least order of $100. Orders are shipped in under twenty-four hours and there is no shipping charge for those living in the United States. International customers may possibly incur a shipping charge. A sales tax will apply to all Florida based residents unless they can supply a copy of a state resale certificate to The Cheap Place. To see all of the patches available for wholesale you are encouraged to check out the wholesale section of The Cheap Place web-site.
As a way to apply for a wholesale account, you will need to fill in the electronic form that can be located on the website. Your information will be reviewed and verified by the company owner and you will then receive your registration by return email message. On receipt of this email it will be possible for you to start placing your wholesale orders. Please be aware however, that not all patches are available to buy at wholesale prices. Another point to note is that only goods that are actually in stock will be sold by The Cheap Place. This means that there will be no waiting for stock to be replenished before you receive your order.
About The Cheap Place
The Cheap Place is a family run business based in Florida. The company was first started by owner Erhan Simavi when he began selling patches at bike rallies around the state. With the growth in demand for his products, he began selling them from a retail location near to his home and stopped travelling around the circuit. New products are added regularly as the business goes from strength to strength.