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PALM HARBOR, FL (PRWEB) November 26, 2012
Did you know that 99% of all goods produced are trashed within six months of production?(1) And yet even in the new economy, the Consumer Federation of America (CFA) and the Credit Union National Association (CUNA) found that 2012s holiday spending will likely rise even though things are still financially tight for many families?(2) Despite those disparaging facts, there is a Tampa Bay wholesale liquidation company that can make Christmas better for both sides: reducing that trash by taking unused, damaged or defective merchandise and making them into sellable items that are affordable for consumers.
DVA, Inc., the fastest-growing privately-held wholesaler of excess inventory and overstocks in the USA, is opening their first 12,000 square-foot retail store. Kuglers Golo Outlet will open on Friday, December 7th 2012, at 31555 US Hwy 19 North Palm Harbor, Florida, 34684.
Kuglers Golo Outlet will sell articles such as clothing, movie, games, books, music, electronics, housewares and more. On top of making Christmas-giving affordable for Tampa Bay consumers by offering savings up to 90% off retail, those that attend the grand opening on December 7th will gain exclusive access and discount coupons to the store if they donate toys for the Toys for Tots foundation. This year, the U.S Marines will be in attendance at DVA, complete with military tanks for shoppers to get up close and view.
Its important that while we help save customers money by offering items at a discounted price, we also help people less fortunate that may not have anything, commented Brad Kugler, CEO and owner of DVA, Inc.
DVA has been in business for over 25 years and have paid out close to half a billion dollars to businesses from Fortune 500 corporations to small companies helping them remove unwanted, costly inventory and allowing them to move forward and become more viable and solvent.
For more information, visit: golo.co/ or http://www.dva.com.
DVA, Inc. is a family-owned and operated wholesale and liquidation company specializing in buying and selling excess inventory, overstock, and closeouts. DVA, Inc. started in 1988 by selling used VHS for new store openings to video rental chains, such as Hollywood Video and Blockbuster Video. DVA is now a complete product-sourcing destination. DVA has an ever-changing vast inventory of opportunity-buys in almost every category of retail from media to electronics to toys to health & beauty and everything in between. DVA provides real margins to resellers as well as customized service including full FBA processing and direct shipments to selected Distribution Centers for their customers. DVA has the distinction of being on the Inc. 500 list as well as the Gulf Coast 500 and the Tampa Bay Fast Fifty for several years now. For more information visit golo.co/ or http://www.dva.com/index.php.
(1)StoryofStuff.com. Accessed November 20, 2012,Story of Stuff video. storyofstuff.org/movies-all/story-of-stuff/
(2)13th Annual CFA-CUNA Holiday Spending Survey by the Consumer Federation of America. consumerfed.org/news/615
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