I have been a successful gym owner in Austin, Texas for several years now. Over the years I have been told by many of my customers that I should offer a wider range of supplements. We currently have a decent sized glass cabinet in the front of our gym that has a small selection of protein powders, some protein bars and a couple pre workouts.
I've always felt that my customers advice was correct I was just always apprehensive in inventorying too many supplements. These are products that all have a shelf life. The last things I want to see happen would be the products expire before I was able to sell them.
After several months of bouncing around ideas on the bests way to accomplish this dilemma I determined that inventorying the product myself was out of the question. That's when we determined to build a website and start searching for a reliable drop shipper for these product.
Initially our search was broad but I soon determined that a lot of the health and wellness companies on the internet do not have the most up to date information, product descriptions, pictures, and most recent formulations of the products. That's when I came across nutrigains.com
's drop shipping programs.
nutrigains.com not only has an extremely comprehensive platform but they have several dropshipping
options to help customers like myself determine which subscription is going to be the most suitable for what I am trying to accomplish. nutrigains.com clearly stands out as the leader in most up to date product information. This became the most noticable when cross referencing the product information on the manufacturers sites to nutrigains.com.
The dropshipping through nutrgains.com as a whole has been terrific. All of our customers including all of the clients I personal train now place there orders through me at the gym and I have nutrigains.com ship these orders directly to there houses. This solution has eliminated the liability of me having to inventory any product and my customers are happy. I can focus on sales instead of having to worry about inventory hassles.