FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE
New Biohazard Gear Kit Now Available from Online Stores, Inc.
New Stanton, PA – 28 October 2014 – Responding to widespread concern about proper protection against viral outbreaks, Discount Safety Gear, a subsidiary of Online Stores, has produced a biohazard Personal Protection Equipment (PPE) kit and public service video on how to put on and remove the gear to avoid contamination. The kit consists of all the pieces for medium-level protection against hazardous materials. It can be purchased here.
This 6-item kit contains a box of nitrile gloves (2 pr), chemical protective hooded coverall, goggles, N95 respirators (box of 20), bionic face shield, and full length heavy gloves. Priced at $55.99, the PPE kit is positioned to be affordable for most, during recent health concerns. The components were carefully chosen to provide maximum benefit for the typical citizen, with consideration given to comfort, flexibility, breathability, and impermeability.
Online Stores, Inc. (www.OnlineStores.com), is a privately held American e-commerce business and a top 500 retailer, based in New Stanton, PA. The company operates several web sites including Onlinestores.com, EnglishTeaStore.com, SafetyGirl.com, ConstructionGear.com, Toysplash.com, United-States-Flag.com and DiscountsafetyGear.com. Online Stores serves over 500,000 customers every year.
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New Stanton, PA – 22 August 2014 – At the request of customers from Puerto Rico, Online Stores has produced the first commercially available 51-star American flag, symbolizing the possible conversion of Puerto Rico from a US Territory into US state. Social media followers of the US Flag Store, the flag division of Online Stores, offered their thanks and support when the flag was announced. American made of weather-resistant nylon in the popular 3’x5’ size, the flag retails for $23.95 and is available for purchase online at the OnlineStores.com using this direct link. http://www.onlinestores.com/51-star-american-flag-3ftx5ft-sewn-nylon.html. The flag is of course not an official US flag yet as it has not been adopted by Congress.
Jorge, a customer of Online Stores, Inc. said, “As a proud American citizen and a native of Puerto Rico, I would like to see my island as the 51st State of the Union. After 519 years first as a US colony and then as a US territory, the people of Puerto Rico demand equality so we can enjoy the full rights, obligations, and responsibility of the continental US. I will be flying your 51-star flag.” Says Cheo, “I currently live in Texas. This flag will be the symbol for the more than 3 million supporters for PR statehood. I will personally fly and display this flag at home as well as pro-statehood meetings.”
Earlier this year, Puerto Rico took a step towards being the 51st state with the introduction of the Puerto Rico Status Resolution Act into the Senate. This bill requires a binding referendum to be held in Puerto Rico asking whether the territory wants to be admitted as a state. The majority have already voted to become a state. (huffingtonpost.com)
Puerto Rico is a self-governing commonwealth in association with the United States, that recognizes the United States President as authority. The US controls their currency, military, law, postal system, and Social Security. (welcome.topuertorico.org).
Online Stores, Inc. is a privately held American e-commerce business and a top 500 retailer, based in New Stanton, PA. The company operates several web sites including Onlinestores.com, EnglishTeaStore.com, ConstructionGear.com, Toysplash.com, United-States-Flag.com and DiscountsafetyGear.com. Online Stores serves over 500,000 customers every year.
May’s office Employee of the Month is Customer Service’s very own Returns Coordinator, Denise Russell! Denise has been with the Online Stores family since October of 2008, coming here right after getting her Associate’s Degree in Accounting at Westmoreland County Community College.
As the Returns Coordinator, Denise is responsible for ensuring that customer returns and exchanges are processed quickly and efficiently, in addition to issuing Merchandise Return Labels (MRLs) by the end of each business day. She was nominated for her flexibility in her department, and her eye for detail. Her communication between other members in her department, and with customers is very commendable. Not to mention her attendance record and positive attitude toward the company are top notch!
Thank you, Denise, for your outstanding work!
Online Stores, Inc. is recognizing Jenni Gongaware from the warehouse for a third time! Jenni has been with the company for eight years this month and is continually putting in the effort to make this company run as smoothly and efficiently as possible.
This most recent award status spawns from Jenni’s outstanding reorganization of our United States Flag Store. It was no easy feat. In addition to the reorganization efforts, her management of the eBay replenishment project was completed in an organized and timely manner so that these items could be listed much quicker for our customers to enjoy.
Jenni is quite known around OLS with her cheerful attitude and “get down to work” ethics. She surely commits to her tasks at hand, and motivates those around her to excel, as well.
Thank you, Jenni, and congratulations!
With the decision to pass the Marketplace Fairness Act drawing closer, Online Stores Inc., has determined that the costs to comply with the proposed bill is going to be exorbitant for small businesses. OLS has sat down and deciphered just how much it is going to cost in the first two years of implementation.
Several different costs will be associated with the passing of the new bill. Among these costs include management time to review the obligations, create an execution plan and determine how to monitor, the purchase of the software, set up and maintenance fees, and fees per transaction, just to name a few! All of these costs begin to accrue and after just one year, OLS has estimated its costs to be over $360,000!
Please see the attached spreadsheet outlining more specifically costs that OLS is expecting to endure with this passing bill: