Disaster creates huge demand for survival supplies for DollarDays, America's premier online wholesaler
PHOENIX, Nov. 13, 2012 /PRNewswire/ -- "We had orders for survival supplies even before Sandy hit the East Coast, as people prepared for the worst—and they are still pouring in. The demand for our wholesale Marc Gold fleece blankets is incredible; we continue to ship thousands. In addition to stay-warm supplies such as jackets, hats and gloves--- flashlights, personal hygiene kits and food are selling fast. Businesses, non-profits and consumers are buying in bulk to be well prepared for the long road to recovery. It's hard to imagine what it's like to be in such a horrible disaster. We are happy to be able to provide some relief to the victims of Sandy. Read the Huffington Post article "Holes in the Safety Net" to see why DollarDays recommends that people partner up with the Salvation Army, Red Cross, Gospel Rescue Missions and other non-profits equipped to help with disasters," says Marc Joseph, President and CEO of DollarDays International, a subsidiary of Americas Suppliers, Inc. (AASL), the premier internet-based wholesaler to small businesses, non-profits and local distributors.
You can help, too, by participating in DollarDays' Facebook Merchandise Giveaway by nominating any non-profit organization to share $5,000 in merchandise through November. Additionally, visit DollarDays' site where designer Marc Gold is also giving away 100 cases of toys to 100 different community toy drives and nominate your favorite organization. It's an easy, and free way to help others at the time of year that giving is so important.
DollarDays International is a Web-based virtual warehouse since 2001, where small business owners and charities can find great deals on small business-sized orders for more than 230,000 consumer products, from toys and household decor to apparel, electronics and seasonal merchandise. Due to its innovative business model, DollarDays prices are not only often far below those which most small business are accustomed to, but the offerings include many name-brand products as well as rock-bottom pricing on overstocked and closeout items. In 2006, DollarDays made its debut at number 158 on Inc. Magazine 500 list of fastest growing private companies. Membership is free and any small business and non-profit organizations are eligible to shop at www.dollardays.com.
SOURCE DollarDays International