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Scrapbooking Memories with Dolly

Posted by admin on Mar 10, 2011 2:47:36 AM

Dollar Days Scrapbooking

Dollar Dolly steals the show again in this bit where she and her sister Doris take a trip through the past as they attempt to build a scrapbook.

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Topics: Video

Save More By Not Eating Out!

Posted by admin on Mar 9, 2011 2:37:59 AM

Looking for small ways to cut back on your spending?

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Topics: Frugal Living Tip

Top 10 Necessities for Spring Cleaning

Posted by admin on Mar 7, 2011 3:42:53 AM

It's that time of year again when the sun is shining, the birds begin to chirp, and you notice six months worth of winter dirt on everything in the house. Don't be overwhelmed by the sudden urge to take a fire hose to all visible surfaces. Take a deep breath and begin by purchasing these must-have spring cleaning products instead:
1. Rubber Gloves
You already know you’re going to be elbow-deep in dirt. Avoid alligator hands and throw on a pair of these stylish icky-protectors. No matter what you’re cleaning, no worries – it’s not getting in. Available in Large, Medium, and Small.
2. All-Purpose Cleaner
Thank goodness for modern technology. Condense all your cleaning solutions into one handy concoction and stop lugging all those bottles all over the house. First Force Oxy works on the majority of surfaces including appliances, counter-tops, and bathrooms. Net wt 32 oz.
3. Sponges & Scrubbers
You’ll be going through these bad boys. The pictured package comes in 5 different color combination's sure to adequately distract you from the task at hand. 5 piece package. 1-3/16" x 3-3/4" x 2-3/4".
4. Spray Bottles
Pick your poison: Vinegar, lemon juice, industrial grade bleach? They’ll all be easier to use and look cuter to boot in these colorful little containers. 4 assorted shapes and colors. Spray with trigger.
5. Paper Towels
After cleaning every window and mirror in the house, you’ll need at least 140 paper towels. Better make them strong ones while you're at it. 2-ply.
6. Trash Bags
Spring cleaning generally equals metric tons of trash. These extra heavy grade trash bags can hold heavy, sharp, and wet trash. Also ideal for throwing an imperfect spouse’s belongings onto the lawn. 45 gallon. 100 bags per case.
7. Broom
The first step to clean floors. Just simply avoid gifting this broom to your wife – she will not appreciate it. Alternate use: shooing away pesky house cats. 48” x 7”. Angled broom with metal handle.
8. Inset Killer
Where there is dirt, there’s the things that live in it. Show no mercy and use Ortho Home Defense Indoor to shoot on site. Works on all things creepy and crawly including roaches, ants and flies. 33 oz spray bottle.
9. Laundry Detergent
Bringing the summer clothes out of storage, putting the winter clothes into storage…certainly a reason for bulk detergent. Tide will aid your perpetual battle to keep fabrics clean and looking spanking new. 26 oz box.
10. Air Freshener
Overpower the scent of bleach and elbow grease and leave your newly cleaned home smelling fresh. Try the pictured assortment. A variety of scents ensures bathroom doesn’t smell like fresh apple pie and the kitchen like new car. 2 oz pump bottles. 48 pieces, assorted scents. Made in USA.
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Topics: Products, Wholesale List

Benefits of Outsourcing

Posted by admin on Mar 4, 2011 3:18:03 AM

Small businesses often outsource various important functions—such as IT, payroll, and accounting—because that is the only option they have. However, it is important to realize that outsourcing provides many other benefits in addition to helping the business owner run a smooth operation. They include the following:

  • Outsourcing is a cost-cutting measure because it releases funds that can be used in some other investment in the business by changing fixed expenses into variable expenses. It also helps startups to forego large expenses at a time when they can least afford them. In addition, your company will attract more investors if you outsource because you will use more of your capital for activities that are income-producing.
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Topics: Small Business Advice

Survey: Gas prices affecting small businesses?

Posted by admin on Mar 3, 2011 3:32:03 AM

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Therapist Dolly Can Help You!

Posted by Joshua Unseth on Mar 2, 2011 3:55:51 AM

Dollar Days Costumes

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Topics: Video

10 Headgear Ideas for Showing St. Patrick's Day Spirit

Posted by admin on Mar 2, 2011 3:23:58 AM

Any of these ridiculous pieces of headgear, would never be worn by anyone except maybe Leprechauns. But they are all just perfect to wear on St. Patrick's Day because they are green, and if you are really Irish, you have been drinking.

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Topics: Product of the Week, Wholesale List

Importance of Small Business Event Planning

Posted by admin on Mar 1, 2011 3:12:28 AM

Many small businesses are affiliated with larger business organizations that regularly offer the opportunity to promote products or services. For small businesses these can sometimes be cost-prohibitive. However, with good planning and creative design a small business can increase their visibility and revenue by producing their own small business event.

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Topics: Small Business Advice

Now That’s Low Cost Entertainment

Posted by admin on Feb 28, 2011 3:07:43 AM

Frugal living does not have to mean living without enjoyment. Entertainment is important to release tension and stress, and to remain close to those you love. Whether you are trying to spend some fun time with the kids, host a pleasant visit with extended family, neighbors and friends, or share a private night with the one you love, there are many options to plan an unforgettable get-together without breaking the bank.

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Topics: Frugal Living Tip

Using the Loss Leader Principle- Build Your Presence

Posted by admin on Feb 16, 2011 2:42:52 AM

As a small business owner, you’re no doubt acquainted with the marketing principle of using a “loss leader” to draw additional potential customers to your business. Companies have continued to use this strategy of offering a free or extremely discounted item in order to entice shoppers, who will hopefully continue shopping at your establishment or on your website. The resulting increase in sales will, in most cases, not only make up for the “loss” you took on the initial offer, but also gain new customers and the potential for future sales.

This principle can be easily applied to online marketing and used to build a base of loyal customers for your website. Some initial effort will be required to set the campaign in motion, but the results will be well worth it.
For our purposes, we are going to apply the loss leader strategy to help you build or increase your email list.

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Topics: Small Business Advice

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You may just think we are the premier online wholesaler, but we do so much more than delivering small business, non-profits and consumers the best possible margins on over 300,000 wholesale products.

We are proud of our commitment to:

  • Our 5% Giveback Program, where we donate 5% of your order to a non-profit you choose!
  • Each month, we donate $5,000 worth of merchandise to a cause that our fans nominate via Facebook.

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