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Schoolexcess.com Is Saving Budgets and The Environment
School Excess Has a Repurposed Solution For Classroom Waste
School Excess is on a mission to save the budgets of schools, churches, non-profits, and other businesses, while doing good for the environment. They have an alternative solution that cuts out the middle man and connects small businesses directly to lightly-used school furniture and classroom supplies.
They solve the problems typically faced by both the manufacturers and consumers of school supplies. The manufacturing companies receive open box furniture and equipment returned from schools who have purchased an excess of product. That causes these items to be wasted or disposed of improperly, because the suppliers can no longer sell them as completely brand-new. Meanwhile, small companies and schools who are struggling with tight budgets have difficulty affording the new equipment they need.
This is where School Excess steps in, working as a true partner for both schools and manufacturers. They have a simple process: act as the return center and liquidator for the manufacturing companies, then pass those savings along to the schools and other organizations. This enables manufacturers to liquidate their products and schools to focus on education, not their bottom line.
An additional benefit offered by this system is having the items always in stock. No longer do businesses and schools have to wait weeks or months to receive their furniture. Now the supplies will be on the way within a matter of days. School Excess also streamlines the delivery process to transport the items in as few shipments as possible, thereby reducing both the cost and environmental footprint of shipping.
About School Excess:
A market leader, they are a truly green company that provides an easy solution for schools and supply companies. Now businesses can help their budget and the environment by recycling products that would otherwise be wasted. School Excess takes doing good one step further, with their International Youth Education Program, which provides gently-used school equipment to rural schools in Africa.
For schools and businesses who are looking to replace worn-out furniture and supplies while making an environmental impact, School Excess is the first choice. For more information, visit their website at www.schoolexcess.com.
To contact School Excess, call 1-855-687-3923 Monday through Friday, 8:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m. CST.