The more used items that we can buy and sell at discounted prices, the better off everyone is and the more natural resources we can save
Palm Harbor, FL (PRWEB) December 11, 2012
The phrase “one’s man trash is another man’s treasure” may remind people that certain products can be recycled and reused, but it also may help make the environment a more sustainable place to live. DVA, Inc., the fastest growing privately-held wholesaler of excess inventory and overstocks in the USA, recently opened Kugler’s Golo Outlet and is making the common expression a reality for shoppers who wish to purchase refurbished items at discounted prices. At the same time, the wholesaler is minimizing trash and waste in the United States.
To add to the well-known environmental problems to which people are accustomed on a daily basis—such as pollution and littering—there are some facts of which many are unaware, as reported by the Huffington Post (1):
● Americans throw away a whopping 68 pounds of clothes on average each year, and only buy 10 pounds of recycled clothes annually.
● On average, each person in the U.S. discards eight dry cell batteries per year. Recycling both rechargeable and single-use batteries saves water, energy and natural resources.
● Americans dispose of more than 200 million tires every year, adding up to a whole lot of trashed rubber—not to mention wasted energy.
Kugler’s Golo Outlet re-buys, refurbishes, recycles and resells products and items such as clothing, movies, games, books, music, electronics, housewares and more. On top of making these articles affordable for Tampa Bay consumers by offering savings of up to 90% off retail, they are now one of the largest resellers of excess inventory in the country, which is priceless in terms of saving natural resources and energy.
“It’s a win-win situation for our customers, businesses we buy from, and our planet,” commented Brad Kugler, CEO and owner of Kugler’s Golo Outlet. “The more used items that we can buy and sell at discounted prices, the better off everyone is and the more natural resources we can save.”
On December 7, 2012, DVA had their grand opening and sold 10,000 items of merchandise to consumers at greatly reduced prices—a great holiday gift for Tampa Bay residents and the planet alike.
DVA has been in business for over 25 years and has paid out close to half a billion dollars to businesses—from Fortune 500 corporations to small companies—helping them remove unwanted, costly inventory and allowing them to move forward and become more viable and solvent.
DVA, Inc. is a family-owned and operated wholesale and liquidation company specializing in buying and selling excess inventory, overstocks and closeouts. DVA, Inc. started in 1988 by selling used VHS tapes for new store openings to video rental chains, such as Hollywood Video and Blockbuster Video. DVA is now a complete product sourcing destination. DVA has an ever-changing vast inventory of opportunity buys in almost every category of retail, from media to electronics to toys to health & beauty, and everything in between. DVA provides real margins to resellers, as well as customized services, including full FBA processing and direct shipments to selected Distribution Centers for their customers. DVA has the distinction of being on the Inc. 500 list, as well as the Gulf Coast 500 and the Tampa Bay Fast Fifty for several years now. For more information, visit golo.co/ or http://www.dva.com/index.php.
(1)Mazzoni, Mary. October 22, 2012. “Recycling Facts: How Reducing And Reusing Saves Money,” huffingtonpost.com/2012/10/22/recycling-facts-2012_n_2001699.html#slide=more258396