We don't try to compete with Wal-Mart; we have high-end products
Livingston, TX (PRWEB) October 25, 2009
Daily chores and tasks can quickly become a hassle when appliances are barely functional or outdated. As consumers of high-end small appliances, Jim and Ginger Stribling wanted to share their superior selection and expertise with a global market in an effort to formulate an online business that would highlight the benefits of investing in such top-quality merchandise. Thus, http://www.Household-Helper-Store.com was created.
The Web site's extensive collection of household appliances is offered with a no-hidden-fees policy that also excludes any and all shipping costs and taxes - the price on the Web site is the price shoppers pay. Customers can browse through an assortment of items such as an electric skillet, a food dehydrator, vacuum-sealed food storage bags and a plate that keeps food warm as it is being served. Each and every appliance available at Household-Helper-Store.com is an invaluable asset for entertaining guests, who will surely want to know where such a high-tech and fancy appliance was purchased.
"We don't try to compete with Wal-Mart; we have high-end products," Jim said. "In addition to our quality merchandise we also promise that shoppers will receive an appliance that's lasting, not a $12 coffee pot that's a throw away."
Launched in August of 2009, the Striblings plan to update their inventory with an even larger variety of top-end appliances in the near future. Shoppers who can't find a specific appliance are encouraged to fill out a "contact us" form on their Web site as a way to suggest the addition of the item to the site's collection.
Visit the Striblings' newly implemented blog, http://www.HouseholdAppliancesGuru.com, where shoppers can look forward to the invaluable information that will be provided. Articles on the latest and greatest small appliances, hot items for Christmas and other holiday gifting ideas will be posted shortly.
About the Company:
Household-Helper-Store.com is owned and operated by small appliances gurus Jim and Ginger Stribling.
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