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RedLine Garagegear Begins Search For Local Garage Cabinets Dealer In Baton Rouge

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RedLine garagegear, maker of the original and best powder coated wood garage cabinets, has started an aggressive campaign to offer its products locally in Baton Rouge. RedLine garage cabinets, closets, and other home storage solutions are sold to consumers through local businesses established in communities throughout the U.S. and Canada.

July 7, 2014 /MM-prReach/ —

Baton Rouge homeowners struggling with clutter in their homes and garages have just a few choices when it comes to places to shop for storage solutions. And none of the local options really come close to the comprehensive line of powder coat wood garage cabinets, workbenches, and storage systems RedLine garagegear (www.RedLineGaragegear.com) offers.

In order to make more options available to homeowners in the region, the South Beloit, IL based manufacturer recently started an active search for a local business or entrepreneur to offer its garage cabinets locally through the RedLine Garage Cabinets Dealer Program. Partnering with a local entrepreneur or business owner is being considered a top priority for the company in 2014.

“We’re very excited to find a partner in the Baton Rouge area because I think what we have to offer will be a huge value add for homeowners in that region,” said Bill Garrity, Director of Sales and Research for RedLine garagegear. “The typical garage in Baton Rouge will probably hot and muggy nearly all year long and our product is perfectly suited for such environments.”

Through its Garage Cabinets Dealer Program, RedLine garagegear offers local business owners and entrepreneurs all the benefits they might receive from a franchise; while eliminating many of the downsides a typical franchisee would have to endure (i.e. huge franchise and royalty fees, corporate meddling, large inventory costs, etc.). In their website article ‘8 Reasons Why Our Garage Business Opportunity Is Better Than A Franchise‘, Bill outlines many of the benefits the RedLine dealer program offers over the franchise model.

RedLine garagegear began offering quality, custom built garage cabinets and storage solutions to homeowners in the United States and Canada back in 2004. Every single RedLine cabinet is manufactured in the U.S. using the highest quality materials available. In order to fully control its process, everything from cutting the parts to applying the powder coat finish is done at RedLine’s manufacturing plant in South Beloit.

Since its inception the garage cabinets, garage workbenches, closets, and home storage systems manufactured by RedLine have been sold through a network of local authorized dealers. Local dealers offer full turn-key design and installation for cabinets, flooring, and other storage solutions.

RedLine dealers are also given the option to offer storage solutions for closets and other areas of the home by carrying the RedLine Closet System line. The line is not just limited to storage systems for walk in, reach in, and linen closets; as dealers can work with their customers to design and install storage solutions for pantries, mud rooms, home offices, and laundry rooms also.

While many of the dealers in the network have showroom locations, others (especially those in smaller markets) operate out of a local warehouse or even their own home by appointment only. Having a showroom location is not necessarily a requirement for becoming a RedLine garagegear dealer. The company is more focused on finding someone who is willing to take on the commitment and is a good fit for its network.

“Without a doubt our garage cabinets and storage systems are best sold locally in a showroom type environment,” said RedLine garagegear president Troy Greenberg. “Customers are best able to differentiate between us and the other guys when they can actually see and feel our product for themselves. It’s pretty clear to us also that folks would rather work with someone from their local community rather than the faceless manufacturer in the middle of an Illinois cornfield.”

Greenberg Casework Company Inc. (GCC) owns and operates RedLine garagegear. GCC manufactures custom casework, cabinetry, and point of purchase displays for a variety of applications and has been doing so since 1985. Its work can be found in department stores, schools, homes, and hospitals all over the country.

Baton Rouge entrepreneurs wanting to jump into the trending area in home renovation or business owners who would like to expand their offerings are encouraged to visit the RedLine website to learn more about the garage business opportunity.

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