"Obama's the one," says small business owners, customers of DollarDays, America's premier online wholesaler
PHOENIX, Nov. 2, 2012 /PRNewswire/ -- "Our customers are small business owners, trying to stay afloat as the economy continues to recover. Given they're a strong representation of hard working middle class Americans, we created an online presidential poll to see who they will vote for on Election Tuesday. As of this morning, 55% of the poll participants are hoping to see Obama in the White House for another term while 42% are Romney hopefuls. That's a significant gap and certainly says a lot about what hard-working Americans think is best for the country. There are many issues in this election that have a direct effect on small businesses, such as healthcare coverage, government regulation and taxes. Our customers live these issues every day and this poll indicates they believe Obama is the one to best address these issues," says Marc Joseph, President and CEO of DollarDays International, a subsidiary of Americas Suppliers, Inc. (AASL), a premier internet-based wholesaler to small businesses, non-profits and local distributors.
DollarDays International is a Web-based virtual warehouse, 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. DollarDays' prices are among the lowest available to small businesses. Membership is free and any small business is eligible to shop at www.dollardays.com. Read about DollarDays' commitment to non-profits in the article "Holes in the Safety Net" published today in the Huffington Post.
SOURCE DollarDays International