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Many happy returns at AML

By Paul L. Ligon Subscribe to RSS | January 18th 2012 | Views:
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If you have that light bulb moment, when suddenly an idea pops into your head that you believe could make you your fortune, make sure you follow it up, because these little thoughts do genuinely come into fruition with a bit of dedication and hard work. Take for example, American Merchandise Liquidators, Inc. (AML); whose creator began his business in his parents front room, turning it into a makeshift warehouse. The company now have one of the largest inventories of salvaged or distressed goods, surplus stock, returns, and general merchandise pallets, of pretty much anything you could think of.

From its base in Foley, Alabama, its targeted market is mainly those looking to buy in bulk. This form of operation permits them to deliver pallets by the truckload at remarkably low prices. Now in existence for over 19 years, they specialize in general merchandise, but do have more specific categories too, with items such as: clothing and all the leading brands, electronics, beauty treatments, auto parts and associated accessories, and home and office furnishings and appliances.

Basically, AML step in when a enterprise of some sort is struggling and they purchase the liquidation merchandise. They will take shelf-pulls, damaged packaging goods, or maybe items with missing components. Their registry is overwhelming in both quantity and quality, updating on a daily basis. When they buy close out merchandise it is always checked over, meaning any customers can be assured of a high standard product. Indeed, the majority of time, the goods will be totally brand new and in 100% perfect condition.

A portal for AML is operated via a website called www.palletbid.com which conveys all the necessary information for an interested party to proceed. The company can be contacted by telephone @ 1-888-550-4950 and a skilled member of staff will talk through any queries you may have. Appointments can be made to visit their massive warehouse, which is estimated to contain well over 2,000 pallets. There is a bargain in the waiting, so what are you waiting for?

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