Palmdale, Ca (PRWEB) June 27, 2012
Ace Canopy has been serving residents in California for many years, however the shift to their new location will benefit shoppers in Williamson County, who spend a significant amount of time outdoors.
Citizens in this area use canopies and tents for a wide variety of applications. Many persons use canopies when they are hosting garden parties or weddings or receptions outdoors. Tents are needed for conferences, outings and school events, including Vacation Bible School.
Canopies are also used to protect tools and equipment. Outside some business places, this type of gear is essential when cars, trucks and other vehicles have to be protected from the sun and other elements. They also carry mini greenhouses made from clear polypropylene which keep warmth and moisture inside so plants have the best growing environment. These are ideal for people who are just starting out with this type of gardening.
Relocating is necessary at this time because it allows the business to maximize their ability to be profitable. The high state tax rates have negatively influenced their recent earnings. The management team has decided to shift their operations to this region, where the applicable rates are lower.
They can continue to supply their patrons with top quality outdoor canopies from their new location. Customers can browse their complete catalogue online and order what they need through their website. It is easier to shop for the right color and size by searching for the tent they need using this method.
Ace Canopy’s CEO Michael Stein stated, “We love California and will always have stores located here but the main headquarters needs to move in order to give our online customers savings on essential products like tarps and canopies.”
California residents who have heard that Ace Canopy plans to move out of California to Taylor Texas will be glad to know that the whole operation will not be shifted. Ten percent of the company will stay in the original location. However most of their tents and canopies will be distributed from Williamson County.