It's Promises vs. Guarantees!

It's Promises vs. Guarantees!

It's Promises vs. Guarantees! Other companies "promise" broom-clean facilities at the end of a Going out of Business or Store Closing event, but only PFP will deliver!

It's Promises vs. Guarantees! Other companies "promise" broom-clean facilities at the end of a Going out of Business or Store Closing event, but only PFP will deliver like this. 80,000 square feet, SPOTLESS and ready to market! Furniture Retailers: IF you are considering closing your store, please don't buy into the "we always sell it all" promises of other companies. The fact is, they NEVER sell it all. We've seen retailers left with hundreds of thousands of dollars in remaining inventory and their sale permit expired. They are literally forced back into business in many cases. One promoter in particular, continues to accept special orders throughout events that they conduct. Not only does this destroy the dealers reputation and the credibility of the sale, in most states, this is illegal! They don't care, they're putting their client at risk, not themselves. Their answer to the question of why they do it, "don't worry, we do it all the time." At the end of events that they conduct, they pack up and leave the closing owner with new, incoming special orders, to fill. Many times, they get paid their fee for orders that end up getting canceled after they leave. You only get ONE SHOT! There is only one promoter that you can fully trust, it's PFP. Call or click today, for a no-obligation and confidential consultation.

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