CARTRIDGE DEPOT EXPANDS INTO W.VIRGINIA

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CARTRIDGE DEPOT EXPANDS INTO W.VIRGINIA

 user 2007-08-17 at 7:58:00 am Views: 64
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    Cartridge Depot Expands Into West Virginia With The State’s FIRST Dedicated Printer Cartridge Refilling Business
    Businesses in West Virginia can save money more easily these days, thanks to Cartridge Depot. The international ink and toner cartridge refill and remanufacturing franchisor is pleased to announce that West Virginia’s first dedicated cartridge refilling business is open in the Morgantown area, allowing businesses to save up to 50% on their ink and toner needs while making a positive impact on the environment.”We’re very excited to expand into the West Virginia market,” says Kenneth Blum, Cartridge Depot’s CEO. “West Virginia is an area that understands the value of recycling and reuse, and we’re glad that Cartridge Depot will be able to help people save money and do something positive for the environment with our new franchise.”

    Cartridge Depot refills and remanufactures ink and toner cartridges with their exclusive process for a fraction of the cost – often up to 50% less – of buying new ones. The newly refurbished cartridges are then packed into boxes made with post-consumer recycled materials, adding more environmental savings to the products. The company picks up and delivers ink, toner and fax cartridges for business customers, providing convenience, cost savings and guaranteed quality performance.The West Virginia Cartridge Depot is currently serving business customers only, but will be available for retail customers in September when they open their storefront. The location is currently being negotiated.”Because we offer outstanding business to business services, we can start serve the community even before we open the doors to our storefront location,” says Cathy Batt, who is managing the West Virginia Cartridge Depot franchise. “Area businesses can save money and make a difference in their local environment right now, and we’re excited that so many Panhandle companies have already signed up to take advantage of our quality refilled cartridge products.”"I was very impressed with how the businesses in the Morgantown area responded to Cathy and to Cartridge Depot when we were doing training with her in the area,” adds Nick Sheehan, Senior VP Sales for Cartridge Depot. “Cathy does an outstanding job communicating the benefits of refilling printer cartridges, and the quality of Cartridge Depot’s products, and the business community was very enthusiastic about it. We’re excited to see how this franchise grows.”Cartridge Depot has franchises in four countries and seven states. The company offers franchisees protected sales areas and a lower cost of entry compared to other printer cartridge recycling franchisors. Cartridge Depot focuses on business success for their stores and their owners, not just on generating franchisee fees, resulting in strong per-store performance and growth.