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Brands, Brands, Brands.

That’s all I here these days. Everyone chasing the same closeout branded merchandise. I don’t get it. The stuff is mostly overpriced, low in quality , hard to use, and riddled with distribution restrictionsBased on value and function I don’t even know why anyone buys this stuff.Go for the best…

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Celebriducks

Made an interesting and unusual liquidation deal today with a wonderful company making a unique and popular product.Interesting because the company makes the best quality, licensed character , rubber ducks in the world. Unusual because both sides in the closeout deal agreed to do something out of the ordinary. Both…

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A perfect fit

The promotional products industry is a good partner for our particularly unique liquidation business model. Unlike most other closeout companies, we focus primarily on value, less on pace caging. We like all kinds of merchandise that will be uninteresting to other liquidators primarily focused on a retail customer base. We…

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Licensed Merchandise Closeouts

We could all think of a better name but this is what my first big customer for this kind of liquidated merchandise christened them. “Dead Licenses.” He was always looking for them and we at closeoutservices.com are too.It is an interesting category in the closeout business because many large opportunities…

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Procurement Service

When I started Closeout Services Corp. 20 years ago, I decided to include the word “Services” because I did not know how many different possible roads for new business were going to eventually present themselves. “Services” casts a wide net and turned out to be a pretty good choice.Closeout Services…

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A trade too good to be true

Except that it’s not.  An interesting way to improve your merchandise position at the warehouse. Most liquidators don’t  think much about this  but we have arranged some excellent trades benefiting both sides in the transaction. This is barter in the common sense way we all assumed it to be before…

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