Veterans First Supplies Helps REALTORS and Small Businesses Get Out of the Red and Into the Green

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LAS VEGAS, Nev., April 4, 2011 (SEND2PRESS NEWSWIRE) -- In a downturned market, REALTORS® and small businesses continue to seek ways to cut cost without sacrificing quality and services. And, Veterans First Supplies (VFS), a Service Disabled Veteran Owned Small Business, has helped.

VFS provides its customers with significant savings on items such as ink, toner, computer accessories, and media storage supplies. Because it has low overhead and expenses it can pass along its savings to the customer.

VFS recognized that an increased complexity in the global supply chain coupled with the rising costs of warehousing and the need for rapid response to supply chain changes and disruptions, called for some new business strategy.

As a result, VFS partnered with several of the largest wholesale distributors in the country. The nature of these agreements and the purchasing abilities VFS has, along with utilizing the vast number of distribution centers associated with these distributors throughout the U.S., allows VFS to offer high-quality products at tremendous savings.

"Little items can add up to big savings to the bottom line," says Willis Chapman, founder of VFS.

About Veterans First Supplies:

Veterans First Supplies is a Web-based technology company that maintains a cutting-edge presence as a fully-integrated, virtual platform business with full on-line cataloging and secure Web ordering with EDI capabilities.

Chapman says that his company's mission statement best sums it up:

"Our mission is to do what we say we are going to do, when we say we are going to do it and how we say we are going to do it. We strive to do it on time, every time."

VFS values the relationships it has developed with its customers; these relationships are built on a philosophy of integrity and a win/win approach. It wants to make each and every transaction a positive and satisfying experience.

The company is dedicated to meeting REALTOR® and small business demands for affordable, reliable and high-quality supplies at significant savings.

REALTORS® receive free next to second day shipping to the majority of the contiguous 48 states. For more information, visit: .

For more information contact:
Veterans First Supplies, 702-726-7911, .

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