Bottom Line Wholesaler has taken on 500 new products within the past six weeks, providing its retailer customers with the largest selection ever. The company was founded by world traveler, Captain Ed Ehler, and his wife, Donna. Among the additions are pajama sets, which mark the company's first foray into apparel.
"We used to add just a few new items a month," says Donna Ehler, "so this is really a benefit to us and our retailer customers." Bottom Line specializes in wholesaling to Mom and Pop retailers. It requires no minimum order and will drop ship orders at no extra cost.
The all cotton pajama sets come in four patterns: a leopard print, lavender leaves, butterflies and a tropical design. They wholesale for $11.65 a set, and the suggested retail is $24.95.
Also new is an assortment of more than 40 glass and ceramic vases, including units at the upper end of the market, Ehler says. The smallest are 4.5 inch high Southwestern terra cotta and stoneware units that wholesale for $7 and retail for a suggested $14.95. Other ceramic vases range in height from 7.5 inches to 15 inches and wholesale between $29 and $59.95.
Bottom Line Wholesaler strives to provide its retailer customers with a margin of at least double wholesale. A new large glass vase carries a suggested retail price of $129.
Among the company's product categories are garden ornaments and figurines, bird houses, jewelry, wind chimes, books, bath and beauty products and a new line of bath accessories, including tissue box covers and soap and lotion dispensers.
For more information, contact:
Bottom Line Wholesaler
1002 Robin Drive
Barefoot Bay, FL 32976
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