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Presentation Box + Display Introduces Flexship Program, Rolls Out New Website

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(Press Release) Presentation Box + Display has released a new program called Flexship.

With this unique program retailers only have to pay for boxes when they receive them. There’s no need for an up-front yearly payment.

With Flexship, you simply estimate the number of boxes you think you’ll need in a year and place the order. Presentation Box + Display will give you a discounted bulk price, then manufacture your boxes, store them in their warehouse and ship as little as a gross at a time in two business days when you request them.

Additionally, Presentation Box + Display announced that it has a new website at presbox.com.

Everything you need or need to know about how to make your box and display program more efficient and more cost-effective is included in this new site. Easy to use, Presentation Box + Display’s beautiful site guides you smoothly through a wide and varied world of stock branded boxes, custom boxes, pouches and gift wrapping items and a comprehensive selection of classic, contemporary and European-style displays. It includes an easy-to-use, downloadable catalog.INSTORE PresentationBox2

Presentation Box + Display makes jewelry boxes and pouches, showcase displays, and gift wrapping supplies.

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