New Year, New Website, New Inventory Solutions
We hope that everyone enjoyed their Holidays and were able to do the things that they enjoy most. Like many of you, our favorite thing in the world is to give; it’s what our entire business is about. Whether it’s giving great deals, opportunities, offers, or advice; it’s who we are and what we do. This year we were very fortunate to work with some of the best and most talented people and organizations, which we are incredibly grateful for, and in return – we tried to give back as much as we could, wherever we could before the New Year.
For the Holidays, the WeBuyExcess Team proudly partnered-up with several different charities, hospitals, and clients, to use excess inventory for the greater good.
Earlier this month we were ecstatic to find out we had been featured in dozens of major news publications, such as, The Boston Globe, The Miami Herald, and The International Business Times, for our work with The Bristol-Myers Squibb Childrens’ Hospital at Robert Wood Johnson University Hospital, in which Adams Buchan & Palo Law Firm and Jeffrey Auger Photography co-sponsored. It was a beautiful event, in which we all shared and completed the same objective: making sure that every single child in that hospital, had a gift with their name on it this Holiday Season.
The following week we were back at it again, except this time teaming up with one of our favorite clients, BLUEFLY, at the Morgan Stanley Childrens’ Hospital at Columbia Presbyterian, with similar success.
Both events were beautiful and exciting ways to say farewell to the 2015 year, but the WeBuyExcess Team is both ready and incredibly enthusiastic for the 2016 year.
We have big goals and projections for the new year. We have revamped our website. We are happy to announce that we have opened our third facility in New Jersey, which will rolling out some new exciting excess inventory solutions and services that we have not offered to the ‘public’ before. We have expanded our fleet of trucks… and we believe that 2016 will be the YEAR OF EXCESS INVENTORY! Lets just say we have a lot to look forward to in the New Year!
Once again, Happy Holidays and HAPPY NEW YEAR!