DollarDays, a premier Internet-based product wholesaler to small businesses and local distributors, today announced the highest one-month sales revenues in the company’s history, shattering the company’s previous record set in April 2004.
DollarDays reports its July 2004 revenues increased 227% over July 2003 revenues. This beats its previous record announced in April 2004, where revenues increased 199% over April 2003 revenues. Additionally, DollarDays also reports a record 226% increase in orders during July 2004 over July 2003 and a record one-day registration, with nearly 800 new customers registering on the site.
“DollarDays is growing, not only with new customers, but with repeat business as well,” says Marc Joseph, DollarDays’ COO. “We will continue to break our own records as we expand into other industries, including philanthropies, where items purchased on DollarDays are sold to raise money. Small-business owners are the core of our business, and small-business owners need to find the best value for their money. DollarDays’ record-breaking growth shows that small-business owners are shopping with us to save money.”
As a support system for entrepreneurs, DollarDays recently unveiled a new program called DollarDays Independent Distributors (DDID) that helps people open their own product-wholesaler businesses on the Internet. After paying an annual fee of $199, DollarDays’ professionals set up the independent distributor’s website, where the distributor’s business contacts can order DollarDays’ famous case-load quantities of supplies. Every time a customer orders, the independent distributor receives a commission of 5%. Based on yearly sales volume, commission earned can increase to as much as 15%.