Do you want a plastic reusable shopping bag with a picture of President Barack Obama on it for only 99 cents at a 99 cent store? How about a crystal angel that lights up with different colors when it is sitting on top of a colored laser for two dollars and fifty cents? And what about a tricycle for your toddler for less than twenty five dollars? Do these prices sound good to you? If they do, and they should, you need to look into wholesale closeouts and 99 cent only stores.
Wholesale distribution works like this. A company makes or manufactures a product, such as Barack Obama bobble head dolls for your car, and they make them in bulk. Now, that company needs to sell its product to consumers. The company may have a separate branch that manages sales and distribution, or it may need to look for wholesale distributors to sell at a 99 cent store. The wholesale distributor is the middleman between the manufacturers and the retailers, who then sell to consumers. The trick with wholesale distribution is that they buy a product in bulk at a low price. For example, Costco is a popular wholesale grocery store. For the past 6 months, they have had chocolate covered macadamia nuts for sale. They bought a huge order, and kept selling them until they were gone. My grandpa loved them. When we went back a few weeks ago to stock up again, they were gone. Costco had sold all the chocolate covered macadamia nuts that they bought in bulk, and now they are moving on to a new product. My grandpa had to settle with dark chocolate covered almonds, instead.
That is how wholesale works. A wholesale distributor buys in bulk, getting a low price from the manufacturer, and then sells in bulk, also for a fairly low price, usually for 99 cents or less, directly to the consumer. Sometimes, products will go through several layers of people, buying and selling for a higher price. When that happens, the consumer has to pay more for that crystal angel than it would actually cost to buy straight from the manufacturer. Wholesale attempts to take out the layers of middlemen and get the products straight to the consumers faster. 99 cent store wholesale closeouts would bef the cheapest way to get the products you want, if you can find them. Some wholesale distributors and 99 cent only stores may even be able to sell you an item singularly, instead of in bulk. You may not necessarily want fifty tricycles, but if you could just get one for a cheaper price, that would do the trick. Look into 99 cents only stores and wholesale closeouts online and find the products you are looking for at a cheaper price than you expect. Satisfy your craving for the ultimate bargain at 99-Cent-Store.com.
Buy Merchant is a wholesale distributor selling closeout items, overstock merchandise, and wholesale closeouts. (http://www.buymerchant.com)
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