While mid-autumn signals the time for sports fans to readjust fantasy football teams, fall also heralds in the business community’s counterpart to “spring cleaning.” By late October, companies big and small have started cleaning and clearing out storage space to prepare for a profitable 2015.
Often, companies run into the costly matter of getting rid of obsolete and unwanted products. According to The Distributor Board, Industrial Supply Magazine, “$100,000 of obsolete product may cost a business $25,000 each year due to shortage, damage, shrinkage, and inflation.”
Naturally, businesses do not want to lose money on obsolete inventory. Habitat ReStores offer a great solution. Habitat ReStores are home improvement and donations centers that accept donations of surplus, obsolete, RTV and new or gently used household items and building products. More than 832 Habitat ReStores operate throughout the United States. By recycling and reusing donated products, Habitat ReStores help prevent material from being sent to landfills. Funds raised in Habitat ReStores help Habitat affiliates create affordable housing in their communities. Contact Heather Sandoval at (404) 904-9596 for details.
With warehouse space cleaned and cleared out, you’ll be free to continue football fun and fall traditions knowing that you are prepared for a profitable 2015.