The sale provides shoppers an opportunity to purchase quality Christmas gifts at thrift -store prices, with DVDs selling as low as $3 and CDs starting at $2. CDs
and DVDs without cases will go for $1. There will also be inexpensive books, Christmas cards, video games, and more.
DV&A was founded in 1987. The company purchases returned merchandise, overruns, obsolete merchandise, and non-selling inventory from stores, reselling it to wholesalers and online. The company sells everything from a single DVD for an online shopper, to entire truckloads for national chains. “No customer is too big or too small,” says Kugler.
Customers can always view DV&A’s in stock inventory on their website, www.dvaspecial.com, to get an idea of what to expect at the sale. But there will be a few surprises. Kugler has been known to acquire inventory in May and tuck it away for the occasion. “So the only way to see it is to come to the sale,” says Kugler.
This year, DV&A has partnered with Toys for Tots, so the sale will also serve as a toy drive providing Christmas presents for children who might otherwise go without. The Toys for Tots program is run by the U.S. Marine Corps Reserve, who are sending two Amphibious Assault Vehicles to stand on display during the
The DV&A warehouse sale w ill open early, on Friday, December 4th, 8 am to 12 noon; with a donation to Toys for Tots required for admission. Regular hours will be Saturday the 5th and Sunday the 6th from 8 am to 5 pm. Donations are not required during regular hours, but are encouraged. DV&A is located at 133 Candy Lane in Palm Harbor.