Charlotte, NC, June 29, 2007 --(PR.com
)-- Bradshaw Wholesale announces the addition of NASCAR and Tiffany styled lamps to www.BradshawWholesale.com. Jimmy Bradshaw opened the wholesale site with no joining fees no minimums and no membership fees. The antique reproduction, tin sign and licensed collectables site caters to all who sell online and off. And now the highly sought after licensed NASCAR and Tiffany styled lamps are added to the line up.
NASCAR include Dale Earnhardt Jr, and other popular drivers merchandise like t-shirts, diecast, clocks, and other collectibles. Along with items like Disney, Jim Shore, Precious Moments, Sherratt and Simpson, Coke, and many more Jimmy says the site is an Ebayers heaven, and a gift and antique shop owners dream. He said the site also drop ships direct to the buyers customer as well with no fees. Bradshaw has been selling for over 25 years offering customers the opportunity to make more profits. As Bradshaw was in the same boat selling for a living he wanted to make it easier and cheaper for the wholesale buyer to compete with the big box stores.
Owner, founder Jimmy Bradshaw said "I founded this company because I too sold for years, and was sick and tired of finding wholesalers wanting me to pay joining and membership fees. Then, telling me it was not worth thier time to ship my order unless I bought $100, $500, or even $1000 minimum. That was the last straw. I was determined to not only find for myself that I could buy better, but that the others that were out there were sick of it and could do better too. Thats how Bradshaw's Wholesale started." Bradshaw says he is growing faster and faster every day, and that "Google is showing the results, putting us number one, page one, in 15 different search terms. And with our small budget that just shows the customer traffic we get is working."
The small but robust company feels the release of the site will help unlimited number of people make more profits on online auctions like Ebay, as well as brick and mortar stores like antique and gift shops. Bradshaw said, "I have had tons of folks that work at the flea markets call or write thanking us for the way we do business. Its simple, we treat folks like we would like to be treated"
www.BradshawWholesale.com is the place for now, but Bradshaw is already growing adding www.BradshawsWholesale.com for electronics and gifts. The combination of the two seems to be keeping Bradshaw very busy, but he does not seem to mind saying "It's what I get up for every day, getting those emails from every day small business owner saying thanks, and that they have made more money." Bradshaw said if you doubt his commitment, "just call me" he bosted while spouting off his business phone "803-265-4377, thats the number, call me."
Bradshaw plans on growing Bradshaw Wholesale only to the point he can still himself supervise the growth, and continue to give the dependable customer service his customers have come to expect.