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Can you tell me how to become a dealer for your product in our store?

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Not sure what manufacturer you are referring too but there many different ways.

If you have a store, then you have a tax ID.

Call the manufacturer and they will send you to their factory Rep.
He will come and visit and get you some paperwork, and decide on an opening order. .
Some will give credit based on yours, some will give terms, some are just cash and carry
Most will want a commitment for a certain amount per year, or quarter and drop you if you do not meet those commitments. Most will want you to buy a sizable opening order of any of their items, some of the bigger ones want you to buy one of everything they make and one or more for stock or backup.
For example Klipsch Speakers, you have to have an opening order of 25,000.
For Direct dealers to get into sony, your looking at more like 80,000.
That doesnt mean that you cannot get those products from then, it just means that if you had an opening order less than that, you will have to get the product from a distributor, rather than the manufacturer directly. Most distributors charge an extra 10-15% plus shipping above the actual cost from the manufacturer.

Hope that helps.
Charles

Posted on Jan 09, 2009

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