|By Marketwired .||
|July 15, 2014 03:00 AM EDT||
MIAMI, FL--(Marketwired - July 15, 2014) - DirectLiquidation.com has added multiple new listings of high-end compact cameras in the month of June and plans to add more throughout the summer to accommodate the rising demand for cameras.
A spokesperson from the private marketplace commented, "The sales of digital cameras have been declining since the arrival of smartphones, especially over the past two years. However, we recently discovered that not only is the market for digital cameras still alive, but it will be growing throughout the summer. With the growing trend to get away from it all, taking your cell phone with you leaves temptation to use it, however, having a camera only to capture the summer moments you create by LEAVING your cell phone behind!"
According to the spokesperson, summer is the perfect time for liquidators to sell high-end cameras since many users will be going on vacations, especially to exotic spots which only a good camera can capture their beauty. Camera sales are also bound to increase as schools will be closed for summer and students will have time to pursue certain hobbies like photography, join art camps, or simply take up summer jobs as photographers.
However, with the current prices of cameras being high, liquidators and wholesalers can step in to meet the demand for a lower price. "We knew that this will be a great opportunity for our clients, which is why we started collecting as many pallets as possible starting June 1st," he said.
Currently, DirectLiquidation.com has over 15 listings online containing only the top camera models up for auction. The following is a sample of the listings you will find on DirectLiquidation.com :
- 161 Units of Assorted Manufacturer & Model Digital Cameras - Canon, Kodak, Nikon, Sony, Samsung and More!
All of these have refurbished models of grades A and B. In addition, the online marketplace offers a pallet that includes different consumer electronics along with cameras.
For more information on these pallets and others containing cameras, please visit http://www.directliquidation.com/availability-list/search/title:camera/category_id:/condition. To find out more about DirectLiquidation.com and its other offerings, please head to http://www.directliquidation.com/.
Bridging the gap between buyers and sellers and ultimately helping sellers increase recoveries on customer returns, end of life product and overstocks while, at the same time, helping sellers purchase that very same product at an attractive price. By providing analytics tools that are not easily available to small businesses, DirectLiquidation.com offers every available category of product within a specific industry and brings together retailers, manufacturers, liquidators, exporters, refurbishers, recyclers and of course, buyers & sellers. Combined into a single online destination, DirectLiquidation.com will finally eliminate the middleman, and bring buyers and sellers together.
To get in touch with DirectLiquidation, please use the following information:
Phone Number: 1-855-TRG-TRG1
Email address: sales (at) therecongroup (dot) com
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