Customers shouldn't feel forced to overbuy to meet case quantities or order minimums, especially in a tight economy
Houston, TX (PRWEB) October 24, 2008
Plastic tableware supplier, SimplySmartLiving.com, gives foodservice buyers a taste of the unexpected - purchasing flexibility and unmatched choice when sourcing plastic barware, dinnerware, event ware and tabletop accessories.
Its customer-friendly "buy it your way" philosophy lets café owners and corporate buyers alike enjoy retail-style purchasing freedom - no minimums, exact quantities, mixed colors and fast fulfillment - along with competitive discounted pricing.
"Customers shouldn't feel forced to overbuy to meet case quantities or order minimums, especially in a tight economy," says Krista Fabregas, SimplySmartLiving.com's founder. "Our open-stock approach allows us to fill orders, large and small, to the piece - giving buyers the freedom to purchase just what they need."
The SimplySmartLiving.com Web site makes sourcing, pricing and online purchasing quick and convenient. Item specifications, per-piece pricing and quantity discounts are clearly displayed for all plastic drinkware, stemware, dinnerware, serving, placemat, and napkin collections. Plus, products are sensibly categorized by both item type and coordinated collection to make product comparisons and set matching a snap.
To further assist the busy buyer, samples and quotes for special purchases or imprint jobs can be requested in just minutes through the site's Sample and Quote Request Form.
Whether outfitting patio dining with safer plastic dinnerware, switching to plastic wine glasses to decrease breakage costs, or sourcing quality disposables, buyers of plastic tableware will find SimplySmartLiving.com's varied selection, knowledgeable staff and flexible open-stock selling method a valuable time and money-saving resource.
SimplySmartLiving.com is a leading supplier of reusable and disposable plastic tableware, dinnerware, wipe-clean placemats and durable tabletop goods to restaurants, hotels, caterers, institutions and consumers.
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