Hamilton, New Jersey, USA – CDstands.com
now offers price discounts based on quantity of its 1 Tier and 2 Tier CD display
boxes to accommodate the demand from larger companies inside and outside of the
independent music industry.
In March of 2003, CDstands.com released its own design of CD Counter Display
Boxes. Unlike traditionally thin CD display boxes, CDstands.com created an extra
thick and sturdy CD display box made specifically to handle the punishing
conditions that occur when independent artists go on the road.Scott Clark, President of CDstands.com, stated: "Our original game plan was
to cater to the needs of the independent artist by designing an extra strong CD
display for the same price as the thinner CD displays on the market today. We
expected artists to buy in small quantities and therefore set up our online
ordering system accordingly. However, our CD boxes have been catching the
attention of larger companies requesting anywhere from 100 to a few thousand
boxes. Orders such as those demand price discounts so we have redesigned our
shopping cart in order to accommodate those orders as well".
Mr. Clark went on to say "In the past, the only available CD displays were
built for retail only. Independent artists travel from gig to gig or move their
CDs from store to store. Those conditions are unfriendly to traditionally thin
CD displays that can break down rather quickly and force the artist to purchase
more displays in a short period of time.
Our CD displays are built for both retail and travel. They allow artists to
easily sell their music at shows or in stores over and over again".
With a stronger CD display, CDstands.com is quickly becoming the preferred
vendor for not only the independent music industry, but for companies outside of
the music world as well. CDstands.com still offers free shipping to companies
located in the US and Canada. Prices can be found on their website, CDstands.com.
The company also offers to work with people that have price quotes from other
companies that sell the traditionally thinner CD displays in order to provide a
stronger CD display for the same price or less.