Deals du Jour Adds 600th Store

Share Article (, which publishes handpicked online shopping deals, has added a 600th store to the Dealsdujour site with the addition of specialty electronics retailer Crutchfield. Dealsdujour, led by Brad Wilson, is an award-winning bargain hunters paradise that has been featured in the Wall Street Journal. Dealsdujour has over 2000 free handpicked deals and coupons on its site every day.

With the addition of high-end electronics retailer Crutchfield, has added a 600th store to its shopping experience.

We are pleased to add another fine store to Dealsdujour," says Founder and Editor-in-Chief ( Brad Wilson. "As we handpick our deals, we also handpick our partners, choosing quality over quantity. Crutchfield is a perfect example. We exist to make shopping easier and help people save money. This takes us further down that path.

Through partnerships with over 600 top online retailers Dealsdujour handpicks over 2000 free ( coupons and deals for its visitors. Partners include the online arms of traditional retailers such as ( Dell, Sharper Image, Office Depot, Petco and Target, as well as internet retailers such as (,, hpShopping and With over 800,000 visitors a month and over $30 million in sales generated annually for its merchant partners, is both a cost-savings to consumers and a cost-effective way for businesses to acquire customers. was founded by brothers Bradley P. Wilson and Campbell M. Wilson. Born in Chicago, they developed the idea for the website while students at the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill and started the company in 2001 at the ages of 20 and 19, respectively. The company is located at Northwestern University Technology Innovation Center in Evanston, Illinois. ( contact: James R. Stanley 773 482 2009 no spaces: jstanley**at**dealsdujour**dotcom

This press release may contain forward-looking statements that involve certain risks and uncertainties including but not limited to risks associated with the uncertainty of's future performance, additional financing requirements, and the effect of economic conditions in the B2C and B2B e-commerce market.


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