"Ted, owner of DBK Family Jewelers, said that bartering has been a great way for him to get things for his small business that he wouldn't be able to afford if he had to shell ou..."
"Bartering has helped the business conserve cash, owner Nick Porriello said. Sales have taken a hit this year. ''My supermarkets are promoting the cheese at a lower price,'' he s..."
"The Barter Business Unlimited team helps me fill empty hotel rooms almost every day. In turn, we use our trade dollars on items for our property, such as cleaning, maintenance ..."
Barter Business Unlimited is helping businesses to increase
sales, build customer loyalty, tap into new markets, while
conserving cash flow -- All by bartering goods and services within
the membership network. Businesses save needed cash reserves by using barter dollars earned
from selling products or services to other member companies. A
business membership lets you purchase products direct from other
businesses, as well as obtaining media advertising, travel and
entertainment services, healthcare and fitness opportunities and
so many other professional services.
Do you want to increase your annual sales?
Need to move excess inventory?
Want to save vital cash reserves?
Call Now: 877-228-2765
Let us show you how barter can work for your business or
organization. If you represent a business that sells goods or
services nationwide or represent a retail operation in New
England, call us to see if you qualify or inquire online for more information!
Donate BBU Barter Dollars Now - to help the Sandy Hook community!
This tragedy has touched everyone locally and countless worldwide. It's rare to see a dry eye the last few days as people work through the feelings of shock, pain, sadness, confusion, blame, and anger.
BBU Barter and Easy Seat Tickets have teamed up to raise more than 100,000 in Barter donations to help fund The Cove for Grieving Children.
With the Funds they will be opening a new location in the community where it is needed most to provide support and programs for children, teens, families, responders and the community work with their unresolved grief due to the traumatic losses.