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    lucas_wheeler
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    Hi there,

    I have an online fitnesswear company and have come to a point where we are pausing for 12 months to refocus, restructure, and restart.

    I am having a bit of trouble moving my excess stock. It is not a significant load, but its not a small one either.

    We have approximately 650 total units (170 sports bras, 170 women’s leggings, 165 women’s cotton running jackets, 45 men’s zip hoodies, 100 unisex caps).

    We’re finding this load is being looked over by nearly all major buyers as it’s too small.

    Are there any companies, individuals, or ideas that anyone could share to assist us move this load in as close to one go as possible?

    Thanks.

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    Paul – FS Concierge
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    Hopefully some helpful members will be along soon with some on-point advice.

    Cheers

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    eWAY
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    Have you tried eBay in their bulk lot section?

    Maclean

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    lucas_wheeler
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    eWAY, post: 242720, member: 44733 wrote:
    Have you tried eBay in their bulk lot section?

    Maclean

    I haven’t tried their bulk lot section; only individual pieces thus far. I will have a look at this, thank you.

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    bb1
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    [USER=72794]@lucas_wheeler[/USER] where are you located, and if still available can you pm me more details if in Melbourne area

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    MikeDav
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    If you don’t have your own eCommerce site then eBay and Gumtree are probably your best options. I would suggest listing them individually rather than selling in a bulk lot. With a bulk lot you need to give quite a significant discount.

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