CLARKSVILLE, Tenn. – When you’re a business in town that offers products from some of America’s largest retailers like Liquidation Depot, it’s time for some recognition on our Clarksvillenow.com Business Spotlight.
Liquidation Depot sells end of season merchandise, overstocked items, open box and damaged box merchandise and customer return items. The store offers many different products like electronics, appliances, toys, sporting goods, household items, clothing, and much more in a warehouse setting.
Liquidation Depot opened their doors in December of 2011 so they are a relatively new business in Clarksville but according to Kevin Hyman things are going great and thanks to their customers the business has been growing each month.
The growth has been happening so fast that the store is planning on expanding their facility. “In the back of the store we’ve traditionally warehoused different kinds of building materials, anything from a sink to a vanity to a tub to blinds and we’ve had enough requests that we’re going to be opening up about another 8,000 square feet just for that,” Hyman said.
Hyman said it is really the kind of place that you have to stop by a lot to see what’s coming in. They get three to five truckloads of items a week with different merchandise from America’s top retailers. Hyman added that you need to stop by often because their products literally change from day to day and it’s always different.
This is a good time to mention the savings customers can find at Liquidation Depot. “The general public can save 50 percent off retail prices. We’ve got products that are 10 percent of retail prices and some that are 65 percent and it’s the cheapest we can get them and we always pass that along,” Hyman said.
The quality of the products is another thing that the folks at Liquidation Depot want to be sure about and they do that by checking every item that goes on the sales floor. “One of the big things is that all products have been tested and we’ve had experts look at them. So anything from a microwave to a toy to anything else, if something is worth mentioning, we do,” said Hyman.
One of the things we haven’t talked about yet is the customer service from the staff at Liquidation Depot. “What I’d like to believe, knowing who works here and how hard they work is what great service people get. It’s not the kind of place just becaue you’re buying something at 25 to 50 percent of retail that you’re not going to get treated like a king or queen,” Hyman said.
You’ll find Liquidation Depot at 1902 Wilma Rudolph Boulevard behind Daymar Institute. Their hours are 10:00 a.m.- 7:00 p.m. Monday-Saturday and 12:00-6:00 p.m. Sunday. Call (931) 896-1648 or visit www.liquidationdepot.com and you can also find them on facebook.
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