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Furniture World

Inventory Blowout Sale

"Paul Evans and SMITH BSI was able to fulfill the sales targets they set for all three promotions. For our most recent promotion, although we started off slowly, Paul promptly adjusted our advertising strategy and through hardwork and persistence we ended the promotion with the originally targeted sale numbers."

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Brandsource Family Home Furnishings

Going Out of Business Sale

"The close out sale that Smith Business Solutions ran for Rogers Sleep Shop was a complete success. The information given by Smith Solutions was accurate and they executed the sale in a professional manner consistent with the business practices utilized by our company during our 38 years in business."

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Tosach Countrywide

Going Out of Business Sale

"Although having one retirement sale is enough, we feel that contracting SBSI was a best case decision and were more than positively surprised and pleased with the results. We have no qualms in recommending SBSI to anyone considering a going out of business sale or promotional marketing sale."

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Brandsource Bauer's Home Furnishings

Going Out of Business Sale

"After my meeting with Neil Barnes and Paul Evans from Smith Business Solutions, I breathed a sigh of relief, knowing that they would do everything possible to get me out profitably."

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Furniture World

Retirement / Store Close Out Sale

"After 25 years in the industry, I can say that I learned from the Smith team. The weekly reporting was accurate and detailed and very helpful. All of the targets were met including volume of sales, margins, and budgets. I would work with this team again."

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Brandsource Family Home Furnishings

Retirement Sale

"Today being the final day of our retirement sale, I would like to take this time to thank you for your company’s expertise. We did not expect the results we attained to be anywhere close to where they ended up. We have done a years sales in a matter of 16 weeks and that included 4 weeks of terrible weather, where traffic counts were way down."

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