A2ZCDS.com Releases 54 New Products in March: Announces a 225% Production Increase Over February

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A2ZCDS.com, the popular Internet library of historical and educational CDs, documentary DVDs and vintage films released 54 new products in March Â? bringing the company closer to their goal of having 1,000 products available for sale by the end of 2005.

“When I announced our 2005 production goals I was serious,” said A2ZCDS founder Scott Reid. “Our customers want new products and our resellers are demanding new offerings. We have always prided ourselves on delivering on our promises and we will not rest until we have met our goals.”

A2ZCDS sells DVDs and CD-ROMs of an educational and historic nature. With more than 300 films already on sale, the company is committed to continued expansion and growth.

The 54 products include 8 bundle packs, a "Historic Travel U.S." series with 12 titles, 32 classic films from the 1930s and 40s on DVD, the Official Indoor Baseball Guide CD and the Spalding Official Baseball Guide (4-CD Set).

“A2ZCDS has always been focused on generating repeat business through an ever expanding line of products,” Reid said. “This is particularly important for our resellers who see significantly increased sales when they have new products in their stores and auctions.”

Much of the growth of A2ZCDS can be attributed to resellers – who sell the company’s disks on various Internet auction sites and at flea markets. The reseller program was introduced last year in place of a less successful affiliate program.

“Many of the new titles are direct tie-ins to other already popular products,” Reid said. “This will allow our resellers to use them to leverage new repeat business. The amount the average customer spends per order has risen 26% since January 1st.”

Reid said he expects to release a similar number of new titles in April – as part of the company’s continuing product growth.

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