Thursday, June 26, 2008

Selling Pet Supplies for less - what an innovative idea!





The cost of gas, gas prices are rising, can't afford gas etc.. and on and on and on.

Let's change the subject for a day and talk about companies that are trying to make a difference and lowering prices. GregRobert Pet Supplies is one of those companies and thier corporate headquarters are right here in Michigan.

If you haven't heard yet, GregRobert took a bold stance this week and slashed prices on every single product in thier massive inventory. From fish food to oriole feeders - they are not offering quantity discounts or volume savings.

What a breath of fresh air given the difficult economic times that we all face these days. Officially launched at 10pm yesterday evening, this new feature offering discounts for 2 or more of the same item is across the board. You can save even more if you purchase 5 or more and the prices are slashed to extremes if you purchase 10 or more.

My aunt works at GregRoberts and I asked her if she knew the reasoning behind the slashed prices. Summarized, she said that GregRobert was looking at growing marketshare and developing new jobs through unconventional ways. Helping people save money and keeping costs down for everyone is a win-win philosophy.

Some popular products that GregRobert offers are:


Check out the great prices on pet gates too!

2 Comments:

At June 26, 2008 at 10:33 PM , Blogger rgblog said...

Going Green Home Remedy for Pets not found in your pet supplies store.

For natural flea control – groom your pet daily. Use a fine toothed flea comb. Bathe your pet a natural pet shampoo that has flea repellent herbs. During summer wash your pet’s bedding in hot soapy water weekly and dry in hot dryer.

Flea killer: Pennyroyal aromatherapy oil is supposed to be good to get rid of the pesky bugs.

Dog odor: When your dog comes in from the rain or outdoors, wipe him down with lavender essential oils or other aromatherapy oils, that will make him smell good!

Dog odor on the carpet: Sprinkle baking soda and wait 15 minutes then vacuum it up, it is safe for the pets and will smell nice again.

Stickers - Use a stainless steel comb with wide teeth to pull out stickers from the fur before matting begins. Or else you can use your fingers to pull them out. If you find the sticker deep inside the ear making it difficult to remove, put some warm vegetable or mineral oil in the ear to soften it and take your pet to the vet.

"Whoever said you can't buy happiness forgot about puppies." !!

 
At July 11, 2008 at 8:08 AM , Anonymous Craigslist Automatic Poster said...

This is really a bold step . I am sure some more ompanies follow this route .

 

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