Cutting the Bottom Line: Saving on Everyday Items

After serving for several years in non-profit organizations, particularly in churches, I know about decreasing overhead costs and maximizing every dollar to be most effective. If your organization needs to save money on everyday office supplies, keep reading.

A group of former colleagues have started a wholesale office supply company in Dallas, Texas. Their goal – to provide quality office supplies at discounted prices. Ultimately, they use a small operation to keep prices low and they reinvest a percentage of their profits into ministry and philanthropic causes. Most recently, they have partnered with Prosperity Place , a non-profit organization in Frisco, Texas.

The Bright Way Group, located in Dallas, has a full product line of office supplies, copy paper, toner and ink cartridges and much more. They can serve your business and personal office supply needs at a fraction of the price of the big box stores, i.e Office Depot, Staples, etc. Click for more info about the company . They offer a 100% satisfaction guarantee with full reimbursement or replacement.

Bright Way Group has been able to save the majority of their clients over 40% on daily-use office supplies like toner, ink cartridges and copy paper.

To compare prices between your current office supply provider and BWG, you can get their  contact info. You can also Email your order.

When you call or email, list the model numbers of your printer/copier/fax and they can usually give you a quote over the phone on ink and toner cartridges. They guarantee same-day shipping with most deliveries direct to you within 24 hours. Mention my name, Stan Britton, and you’ll receive an additional 5% off BWG’s already low prices.

When you use their online order form, enter the coupon code “STAN” for the same 5% discount.

You will find BWG’s service to be very personal and convenient. When you begin to see your savings on your daily-use office supplies, refer friends and colleagues to this great resource!

This entry was published on February 9, 2011 at 9:17 am and is filed under maximizing. Bookmark the permalink. Follow any comments here with the RSS feed for this post.

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