PartyPail Opens New Distribution Center and Corporate Office in Washington State

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PartyPail's rapid growth required a new distribution center to service it's customers and partners. New offices and technology infrastructure enable PartyPail to offer improved customer service, while expanding the number of baby shower and bridal shower product lines it offers.

Not only are we excited about the new product offerings, but we're pleased to be able to dramatically enhance our customer service capabilities. Our new facilities are leveraging state of the art telephony and computer system infrastructures. We are now offering toll-free customer service, and our shipping services have been significantly enhanced

PartyPail Inc, a leading online supplier of specialty party supplies, today announced its move to new larger facilities to accommodate its growth and better serve its clients. The new Enumclaw, Washington distribution center and corporate offices afford almost 400% more warehouse space, plus expanded office infrastructure for customer care and administration staff. The new facilities will enable PartyPail to significantly expand its product lines, while enabling enhanced shipping services.

The primary objective of the new facilities was to enable PartyPail.com, the company's online retail party supply store, to offer additional product lines for in its baby shower decorations and bridal shower supplies businesses. "Customers have been asking us to add additional baby shower themes to our product line, and with our expanded capacity in our distribution center, we hope to double the number of themes we carry by year's end" said Edward Hechter, CEO of PartyPail. "Our objective is to provide clients the broadest range of styles and selections for baby shower supplies, themes, favors and decorations. At our old facilities, we simply ran out of room, and were unable to offer all the product lines our clients would like us to carry.

During the 4th quarter of 2007, PartyPail will market these new product lines via the launch its new website. The new facilities will enable PartyPail to stock over 30 different baby shower themes, plus dozens of other bridal shower and birthday decoration themes. In addition, the number of decorating supplies, baby gifts, and party favor products within each theme will grow because of the new space available in the distribution center. The company plans to launch a whole new series of baby shower favors, plus expand the number of gifts, invitations, and related products carried on its website. PartyPail will also be expanding the number of bridal shower themes it carries, and will offer additional new products for children's birthday parties.

"Not only are we excited about the new product offerings, but we're pleased to be able to dramatically enhance our customer service capabilities. Our new facilities are leveraging state of the art telephony and computer system infrastructures. We are now offering toll-free customer service, and our shipping services have been significantly enhanced" continued Hechter. "Customer who place an order for in-stock items before 6 PM Eastern time will have their orders ship that very same day. Our new distribution center is able to get late orders into our shipping partner's systems much faster, and that allows us to better serve our clients."

About PartyPail, Inc.
PartyPail Inc operates PartyPail.com, a specialty online retailer of party supplies specializing in theme based decorating packages for baby showers, bridal showers, and children's birthdays. Located in Enumclaw, Washington, PartyPail is operated as a family friendly employer, creating job opportunities that allow staff to have the flexibility to devote time to their families, children's projects, and community service endeavors. PartyPail is a wholly owned subsidiary of Puakea Group, the investment holding company founded by Ex-Website Pros Inc., (nasdaq: WSPI) Executive Vice President Edward Hechter.

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