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Name Brand and Designer Wholesale Shoe Pallets

If you are a faithful reader of our blog, you know I am constantly looking for new sources of below wholesale merchandise with an emphasis on liquidation pricing. I have known about the following source I am about to share with you for sometime. The company is called Shoenet and they are based out of [...]

Below Wholesale Ed Hardy Apparel

Christian Audigier who has designed and marketed the famous Von Dutch apparel line acquired a license back in 2004 to produce the Ed Hardy clothing collection. The apparel is distributed on a very limited basis and initially only marketed to celebrities and those with considerable money and/or status. In my opinion, I think the the [...]

Shelf Pull Apparel – Designer Brands – Wholesale

Are you having a hard time finding what they call NWTS (New With Tags) clothing? Are you looking for high end, sought after brands like:

Anne Klein, BCB Generation, BCBG MAXAZRIA, Calvin Klein, Chloe, Citizens of Humanity, DIESEL, DKNY, Dolce & Gabbana, Donna Karan, Ed Hardy, Elie Tahari, Ellen Tracy, Esprit, Jones New York, Juicy [...]

Delabeling and Defacing Name Brand Closeouts and Salvage

Prior to purchasing most closeouts and Surplus merchandise from various retail stores or liquidators you will be required to sign, date and adhere to strict reselling restrictions. Each big box chain store will have different requirements for reselling customer returns or shelf pulls. Most of the time you will have to either deface or remove [...]

Making Money Selling Name Brand Childrens Closeouts

Looking for children’s closeout and shelf pull apparel to sell at your store or on Ebay? Names like The Children’s Place, Tommy Hilfiger, Carters, Roca Wear, Nike, MUDD, Limited, Gap, Calvin Klein and others?

Name Brand Kids apparel starting at $2.65 per piece! No damages as you can buy in Stock Lots (Same Style, [...]

We Do Not Cherry Pick our Pallets or Truckloads

All retailers have display merchandise, discontinued and shelf pulled items. In addition to as much as 6 percent of all items sold at retail level will be returned. Processing returns alone is estimated at a 200 billion dollar industry.

With all this merchandise, larger retailers hire or partner with companies to handle liquidation. A [...]