(PRWEB) October 24, 2012
New York City’s leading supplier of exclusive headbands for women, Sproos, has added free shipping and free returns for United States customers.
“I just want to take as much stress and pressure off of my customers as possible. I know how the cost of a return or shipping can influence a customer’s decision to purchase in a negative way. So, it became clear it would be a good idea to make both of those services completely free,” said Sproos owner Melissa Matos.
As far as businesses go, Sproos has among the highest focus on customer service. The whole company was founded when Matos took a trip to Tokyo and purchased female hair accessories, and returned to the United States, but ended up being unable to find a similar quality at a reasonable price. She saw a market gap that needed to be filled, and the idea of Sproos was born in 2011.
All domestic orders are shipped via USPS First Class, Priority, or Express Mail completely free of charge. Customers can expect standard shipping to take about two to nine business days, while express shipping should take one to two business days.
Popular feather headbands the company offers include the Feather by Feather Headband, Green with Envy Feather Headband, Night’s Black Feather Headband, and Pride of the Peacock Feather Headband. Popular flower headbands for sale include A Single White Rose Headband, Earth Laughs in Flowers Headband, the Fresh Flower Stretch Headband, and many others.
“When I got my headbands, they were not what I expected. They looked entirely, carefully, intricately hand-made,” said one satisfied customer, Cassia B.
Young women interested in high-quality, chic, and stylish headbands for an affordable price should visit the company’s website for to view and purchase its products.
Sproos owner Melissa Matos was able to find quality female hair accessories for reasonable prices while on a trip to Tokyo in 2009. When she returned to her home in New York City, she figured finding a similar quality at a similar price would be easy. Shocked when she found out that wasn’t true, she realized other young women looking for headbands might be in the same boat. As a result, she founded Sproos in 2011, and now the company sells to customers from across the globe.