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Ace Hardware.com – “The helpful place.” Hardware, hand & power tools, electrical & plumbing supplies, lawn & garden equipment, paint, housewares, and plenty of home improvement tips and how-to project libraries.
Active Toys – Offers a complete selection of Bruder toy trucks, made in Germany, including cement mixers, dump trucks, backhoes, loaders, bulldozers, garbage trucks, tow trucks, farm tractors, combine harvesters, snow plows, fire engines…
Amazon.com – Founded by Jeff Bezos in 1995, this company is most likely the best known Internet business in the world; offering a tremendous assortment of products and services from large and small businesses, as well as, individual sellers.
BookCloseouts.com – Offers new, unread books that publishers sell in volume discounts to reduce excess inventory. Many of these books will be marked on the edge so they cannot be returned to the publisher for credit, but they are otherwise in very good condition. They also carry “scratch and dent” books, which have typically been returned to the publisher by a bookstore to make room for new inventory. Either way, you can save a lot of money if a few marks, scratches, dents, and/or missing dust jackets don’t bother you.
eBay – Founded in 1995, this online auction site currently proclaims to have over 100 million active users, making it the world’s largest online market place to buy and sell just about anything.
Lamps Plus – Established in 1976, this specialty lighting company has 40 something state-of-the-art superstores throughout the western United States.They feature a huge selection of ceiling lights, wall lights, ceiling fans, energy-efficient light bulbs, outdoor landscape lighting, home & garden furniture, (even some very fancy bird houses) and of course, lamps of almost every imanginable type and size.
Powell’s Books – Originally founded as a used book store in Chicago, by then graduate student Michael Powell, the business has since expanded into six physical stores that offer a huge selection of used, as well as, new books. They clearly state the condition of every used book and I have yet to be disappointed with a purchase.
RepairClinic.com – Offering appliance parts and featured prominently on our Appliance information page, these folks carry parts to repair more than 80 different brands of appliances. If you are a do-it-yourself repair person, when (not if;-) your stove, or cooktop, or dishwasher, or hot water dispenser, or… stops working, check their Appliance Repair Help page to help diagnose the problem and find the part(s) you need to repair it.
Rockler Woodworking and Hardware – Everything any woodworker might need for their next project; cabinet molding, veneer wood, glues, stains, finishes, hand & power tools, fancy dollhouse kits, hardware for cabinets, entertainment centers, library ladders, furniture, home office, outdoor projects, deck railings, low-voltage lighting, and project plans – a free catalog is also available.
Smarthome.com – Specializing in electronic products for the home or office, including home automation and lighting control systems, energy savers, home theater, security & surveillance equipment, X10 products, and some nifty gadgets.
Tractor Supply – Founded in 1938 as a mail order catalog business offering tractor parts to America’s family farmers, the company now operates more than 1,500 retail stores in 49 states.
Walmart.com – One of the best examples of a modern day American success story, Sam Walton’s small chain of variety stores in Arkansas and Kansas has grown into a global network of about 6,500 stores in 15 countries. Wal-Mart carries a huge selection of products at reasonable prices and they now offer in store pickup for online orders.