Riverside, CA (PRWEB) December 10, 2008
Organize.com (http://www.organize.com), the leading online retailer of home storage and organization consumer products, celebrates its 10th Anniversary. In 1998, President and founder, Terry Shearer, opened a 9,000 square foot retail store named Organize-Everything in Riverside, California, selling a few products online. In 2006, the company acquired the domain name Organize.com, expanded their assortment and has continued to grow. Today, Organize.com offers over 12,000 products to the consumer, is listed as one of the Top 500 Internet Retailers, named by Inc. 5000 Magazine as one of the Fastest Growing Companies in the United States, and most recently named to Internet Retailers "Hot 100" list for 2009. Organize.com was an early entrant to internet retailing and within the last ten years has gained several additional websites.
The focus of Organize.com is to offer the consumer products to organize and simplify their lives. "Our product assortment, the customer shopping experience, usability of our website, healthy vendor relationships and dedicated employees have made us successful" says Terry Shearer. "We never lose sight of this." While Organize.com has also added additional products and categories, they are a leading online retailer in storage and organization products who continually strive to improve the site, content, products, services and functionality.
The company also enjoys relationships with strategic partners such as Amazon.com, Cooking.com, Shop.com and HGTV MarketPlace. "Our focus on strategic partnerships, merchandising and creative marketing efforts have greatly contributed to our success and where we are today. We work very hard providing merchandising options for the customer and more ways for our product to be found online and throughout the site", says Deborah Shearer, VP of Marketing and Merchandising.
Sales at Organize.com for Thanksgiving weekend were up 23% over 2008 and on Cyber Monday reached an all time one day record in sales. A new look, creative merchandising, a stronger presence in kids' storage and accessories, along with aggressive marketing plans are in store for 2009.
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