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 user 2013-06-23 at 10:29:08 pm Views: 151
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    Caboodle Cartridge Celebrates Grand Opening of New Ink Jet and Laser Refilling Retail Store in Mountain View

    SAN JOSE, Calif., Oct.04– Caboodle Cartridge,today announced the opening its new franchise retail
    location in Mountain View, Calif.  Caboodle Cartridge has announced a total of
    four retail locations throughout Northern and Central California in 2004 with
    plans to announce an additional six stores by November 1, 2004.  The new
    Caboodle refilling and exchange service center is located in the
    "Blossom-Valley Shopping Center" at 1762 Miramonte Ave. Mountain View, CA
        Caboodle Cartridge, LP is creating an entirely new channel for ink jet and
    laser printer cartridges by introducing an advanced recharging laboratory and
    first-of-its-kind retail service outlets in California. Caboodle Cartridges
    enables printer users to simply walk into a local store and have their
    cartridges either refilled or exchanged in as little as ten minutes for
    savings of at least 50%.
        "The new Mountain View location extends Caboodle's unique value
    proposition for printer users throughout Silicon Valley," said Chin-Chai Low,
    Mountain View Caboodle Cartridge owner.  "We're dedicated to helping people
    save at least 50% on their ink and laser cartridges without sacrificing the
    quality they're used to with OEM brands.  Mountain View is conveniently
    located for customers to quickly stop in and pick-up affordable, new
    cartridges for use in business and at home."
        Caboodle Cartridge is the first company in North America to build an
    advanced facility to rebuild and recharge laser and inkjet cartridges that are
    at or exceeding OEM-quality, while others simply refill the ink and toner
    only.  It also is the only company to open dedicated retail outlets allowing
    customers to walk in and instantly receive "good-as-new" replacements.
    Caboodle recharges all popular cartridges for color and B/W laser and ink jet,
    including Hewlett Packard, Canon, Panasonic, Lexmark, Brother, Samsung,
    Minolta, Epson, Canon and Lexmark.
        "Mountain View is the first 'official' franchise store to open in Silicon
    Valley, adding to our existing strategic corporate presence," said Daniel
    Wencel, General Director of Caboodle Cartridge, LP.  "We test marketed our
    services in Silicon Valley for the last year-and-a-half and we are extremely
    excited at the prospect of providing inexpensive, high quality printing
    solutions to local companies and home users in Mountain View and throughout
    the Bay Area."
        Caboodle focuses on quality. The founders have invested in a
    state-of-the-art recharging facility that does not compromise quality and yet
    offers substantial savings. When servicing laser printer cartridges, the
    company refills the toner and also replaces the inside components. Typical
    savings are 40% to 60% of the price of a new cartridge.
        The Mountain View store is open weekdays from 9:30 a.m. – 6:00 p.m. and on
    Sat. from 10:00 a.m. – 4:00 p.m.

        About Caboodle Cartridge
        Caboodle Cartridge was founded by a father and son team, Daniel and Chris
    Wencel.  The idea derived from their extensive experience in the computer and
    printer service market in the country of Poland. Since the fall of communism
    in the former Soviet Union, businesses from the West and in particular from
    the U.S. have built extensive entities in Poland which have greatly
    contributed to its modernization and development. The company is unique in
    that it brings to California an already proven concept, which is very much
    present in Poland and other European countries.

    * Post was edited: 2004-10-10 10:34:00