We Make Going Out of Business as Painless as Possible!
At Wingate Sales Solutions, we’ll get your store closing sale off to an explosive start! We start with our Pre-Showing event. It’s a special invitation announcing the liquidation sale that out-pulls newspaper, radio and television! A week later we announce the liquidation sale through the media to the general public creating another opening and more big volume days. We get more big volume days early in the sale when profit margins are best. Then, we know how to sustain traffic and sales right down to the last day!
Our store closing, closing out, retirement, lost lease, liquidation, quitting business, going out of business, and promotional and business stimulation sales are designed to be profitable! They produce outstanding results during a booming economy. And they produce equally as well during a slow economy. Our clients are getting outstanding results today. We know how to drive price conscious customers right by the competition to shop your Wingate Sales Solutions sale!
Unlike others, we do not rely entirely on deep price cuts and heavy advertising. Yes, we need to advertise and we need good prices, but our copyright protected customer participation incentives motivate customers to shop your store over and over while competing to buy and buy more. It’s the strongest inventory liquidation advertising campaign ever devised.
An Inventory Liquidation Sale is an Exciting Event for Your Customers!
From the time you start to consider closing the store, you should make a conscious effort to maintain a full well-rounded inventory with emphasis on fast turning merchandise. This merchandise will sell profitably and draw the traffic it takes to liquidate the slower turning merchandise. We liquidate many retail stores with sold down inventories and we do them well, but they do not get the return a good inventory will.
A Warning About Using an Auction Service to Liquidate Your Store
Don’t! The only liquidation method less productive than a self-conducted going out of business sale is a liquidation auction. The primary users of auctions are bankruptcy courts and lending institutions. They liquidate as quickly as possible to get the file off their desks. They are not concerned with getting the best possible return. Store auctions typically get a 5% to 30% return and the auctioneer’s fee and advertising comes out of that.