AMSOIL Retail Account Program for Retailers
Take Advantage of AMSOIL’s Brand Loyalty Through Your Store!
What Is An AMSOIL Retail On-The-Shelf Account?
Where can a customer purchase AMSOIL Products? Potential customers often search for AMSOIL Products they need through retail outlets. Retail outlets who become AMSOIL Retail On-The-Shelf Accounts make the sale to these customers and lock in a very profitable product line – AMSOIL!
Who Can Become an AMSOIL Retail On-The-Shelf Account?
The AMSOIL Retail On-The-Shelf Account program is designed for businesses which generally operate out of a storefront with regular hours for public access. These businesses normally sell associated merchandise at retail prices or provide products as part of a service. The business must not operate out of the home or be located at a residence, and AMSOIL should not be the primary business. Excellent examples of Retail On-The-Shelf Accounts are auto parts stores, hardware stores, marinas, farm supply stores, repair shops and fast lubes.
What Are the Advantages of a Retail On-The-Shelf Account?
Retail On-The-Shelf Accounts buy directly from AMSOIL INC. at account pricing and sell retail. U. S. Retail-On-The-Shelf Accounts receive FREE freight for order totals of $350 ($450 Canadian) or more; and a flat shipping charge of $11.99 ($13.99 Canadian) for orders less than $350 ($450 Canadian). Retail accounts can apply for an optional net 30-day credit line or pay by credit card, check, or bank draft. Toll-free and Internet ordering are available for Retail On-The-Shelf Accounts, and Retail On-The-Shelf Accounts have access to AMSOIL Technical Services for technical and application questions. Retail On-The-Shelf Accounts also generate advertising co-op from 3% to 5% depending upon annual volume.
- Buy direct
- Wholesale Pricing
- Excellent Profitability
- Free Freight (see details above)
- Optional credit line
- Toll-free and Internet Ordering
- Technical Support
- Advertising co-op
What Does It Cost to Become an AMSOIL Retail On-The-Shelf Account?