Swags Galore Acquires 10,000 Valances in Liquidation Deal

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America’s Online Curtain Superstore, Swags Galore acquires a large assortment of valances in a liquidation deal, providing their customers affordable Window Treatments.

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Purchasing overstock curtains is one way to continually give our customers access to affordable curtains, window treatments & valances.

Swags Galore leader in selling affordable window treatments has acquired a large assortment of Lush Decor Valances, from Triangle Home Fashions, the assortment included 50 new styles, previously sold at the big box stores for as much as $59.99 each.

The selection includes extra wide valances in dozens of colors and styles which will allow customers to cover their window with one valance, creating an affordable alternative.

Styles include Imam, Angelica, Annabella, Butterfly Dreams, Circle Charm, Dorchester, Garden Blossom, Luis & 40 more styles.

The majority of the valances are high end luxury tailored valances, made from quality fabrics that are very stylish. They will be priced between $9.99 and $14.99 each and since these valances measure 80” wide in relation to most other valances that measure only 50” wide these valances are not only affordable but a real value.

Melinda West CEO/President from Swags Galore states “Purchasing overstock curtains is one way to continually give our customers access to affordable curtains, window treatments & valances”.

Part of Swags Galore success is their purchasing of liquidations when the opportunity arises. Most of the large suppliers of window treatments call on Swags Galore first when they have large numbers of curtains bought back from the large box stores.

To learn more about their products, visit http://www.swagsgalore.com .

About Swags Galore Inc.

Swags Galore was founded by Melinda and Eugene West of Shirley, New York in 1999. It was Melinda’s vision to sell affordable window treatments online and in 1999 she designed and launched their first web site, originally selling scarf panels she made from home. In 2000 the business outgrew Melinda and Eugene's home and they expanded into a warehouse in Yaphank, New York, quickly out growing that. In 2005 Melinda and Eugene made the decision to move to Lakeville, Pennsylvania where they built their corporate headquarters and distribution center. Today, the company is the leader in their industry selling low cost window treatments to retail consumers.

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