New B2B Service Provides a Single Source for Affordable Branded Supplies and Resources Locally
SPARKS, Nev. —A new, affordable and local option for branded products has emerged with the recent launch of C&G Franchise Development’s Nevada-based corporation BPL Supplies. Business partners and expert franchisors John Choi and Klaus Grimm started the company to help franchisees and now the public take advantage of BPL Supplies’ buying power and industry experience.
Choi and Grimm are co-founders of C&G Franchise Development, the parent company of BPL Supplies, which also features national brands Wow Wow Hawaiian Lemonade and Hammer and Nails Grooming for Guys under its umbrella. As longtime professional franchisors, Choi and Grimm initially formed BPL Supplies to help meet the needs of business owners in obtaining consistently branded products such as hats, corporate apparel and business cards, as well as supplies and resources to keep their businesses thriving.
Now, the new company also provides affordably priced promotional products to anyone seeking them. No job is too small. To prove their dedication to their community, they’ve recently secured a 10,000-square-foot warehouse in Sparks and a skilled team of accessible, local professionals to help guide customers’ experience positively.
Choi and Grimm saw a need in the community for a local product company with extensive buying power, which in turn keeps costs down for customers. BPL Supplies can pass along lower prices where smaller companies often cannot, while keeping the dollars spent within the community.
BPL Supplies offers state-of-the-art warehousing and a premier webstore to ensure customers receive real-time shipping information and accurate, punctual deliveries. They focus on a timely turnaround of products, performance guarantees, warehouse enterprise solutions and a substantial community reinvestment program.
Choi began his career as a Certified Public Accountant and has now spent more than 20 years as a successful business owner and advisor. Grimm owned Blue Moon Promotions in Reno for years before selling the fruitful business to a Fortune 500 company in 2011. He then purchased a Massage Envy franchise, where he began working with Choi, opening locations throughout Nev. and Calif., employing 320 people and garnering $15 million in revenue before selling in 2017.
Grimm was also instrumental in fundraising and steering the development of the Terry Lee Wells Nevada Discovery Museum (The Discovery) in Reno, has served on multiple nonprofit boards and currently serves on the advisory board for global nonprofit SOS Children’s Villages international.
“It’s been over a decade since I owned and operated Blue Moon Promotions and found that there is still a hole in the local branding market, especially in the multi-location branded material fulfillment space,” said Grimm. “Companies are facing numerous challenges including supply chain issues that have caused major disruptions. Add to that a large percentage of the workforce that is still working remotely. BPL Supplies is filling a gap to help companies service their customers and employees.”
For more information on BPL Supplies, visit bplsupplies.com.