Great Office Buys Leader in Office Products Distribution Negotiates Contract Pricing on Calendars and Planners

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Great Office Buys Customers Will Benefit From the New Negotiated Pricing.

It’s getting to be that time of year again, ”Calendar Time”. And Great Office Buys has negotiated contract pricing from our Vendors on appointment books, wall calendars, desk pad calendars, and business diaries, for the upcoming 2011 year. This enables us to pass on that savings to our customers.

Some of the featured items are; Breast Cancer Awareness calendars, Earth Friendly calendars using recycled content and post consumer waste content, Kittens, Puppies, and Golf Course calendars, along with a large selection of other themes too numerous to mention.

Robert Doyle, president of Great Office Buys, is surprised that with all the technology in today’s market, smart phones, computers, etc., paper appointment books, wall calendars and desk pad calendars sell so well. People like to be able to look at an appointment book, or glance at the wall and see, 'Today is' and the date. In the office environment they are also good for meetings, vacation days, and making the office aware of customer visits. People also like to use a paper appointment book as a backup. Sometimes they will quickly hand write an appointment, in their book while they are on the phone, and then add it to their computer afterwards .It’s like back in the 80’s, when people were saying we will soon be a paperless society, and that hasn't been the case. I think the same thing goes for paper calendars and laminated calendars, they will be around for a long time.

Great Office Buys has its usual yearly run on calendars, normally until the second week in January. Then inventory levels start to deplete and certain calendars become harder to get. So, it’s always a good idea to shop early.

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