Maroa, IL (PRWEB) May 01, 2013
LaVerle Carrington is pleased to announce the creation and launch of his new website venture, http://www.YourDeafProducts.com. The website offers survival and preparedness products including first aid kits and survival kits as well as other items regarding accessibility equipment for the deaf and hard of hearing. There are a number of wholesale products and plenty of ‘get-ready gear’ available for purchase on the website.
There is a large variety of products available on YourDeafProducts.com that can not only be extremely useful for the deaf and hard of hearing, but also can be used by people who are not hearing-impaired, such as first aid kits and other products that can help customers be prepared in the case of a disaster. In addition to what is already available on the website, Carrington also hopes to regularly update the online store with new merchandise, so that when customers return to the website, they will always be able to find an assortment of new products.
Customer service is something that is very important to Carrington regarding each and every transaction made on YourDeafProducts.com. He intends to do everything in his power to ensure that all of his customers leave the website satisfied and hopes to be able to respond to any customer feedback, in order to further develop the website to become a place that customers love to come back and visit.
To complement the main website, Carrington is also launching a blog located at http://www.YourDeafProductsBlog.com. The blog will feature topics related to accessibility for the deaf and hearing-impaired. It will also feature topics related to the multitude of products offered in the online store and how each of them can be properly used. Carrington hopes to educate his potential customers enough on the products on his website so that they can make informed decisions when they choose to make purchases.
About the Company:
YourDeafProducts.com – a division of WLC Solutions, LLC – is owned and operated by Web entrepreneur LaVerle Carrington.