Joseph Rotella Launches Rotella Resale in 2019

Rotella Resale is a new online store that gives discounts on its launching. Use the promo code "PRESS" at checkout and get a 20% discount on all orders.

October 10, 2019 /PressReleaseAgency/ —

Rotella Resale is a new online store that gives discounts on its launching. Use the promo code "PRESS" at checkout and get a 20% discount on all orders.

Online shopping makes it easy for everyone to fulfill their daily needs. Nowadays customers are faced with many choices for daily needs shopping both online and offline. According to the Marist College and National Public Radio (NPR) poll in 2019, as many as 76% of US adult customers shop online. Looking at the frequency, online shopping stats show 25% shop online once a month and at least 16% shop online every week.

There are several conveniences in online shopping, among them are can be done anywhere, lots of choices, compare prices easily, many payment options, and many discounts. There are many platforms that can be used for online transactions. Customers can use his desktop computer while at home, using a smartphone while at a cafe, and various apps options make it easier for customers to find their dream goods. While searching for the desired item, customers can also compare prices, as well as find many discounts, which will save expenses. And in the end, the customer can enjoy the convenience of the payment provided, and wait for the goods to arrive at home.

Rotella Resale, as one of the leading online shops, is currently launched and started to serve customers from all over the world. Rotella resale has 25 different categories and sub-categories, ranging from Jewelry, Tools, electronics, footwear, apparel, kitchen, home decoration, automotive, sports and so on. There are thousands of items to choose from. Customers can shop for electronics needs starting at $ 1.99. There are many choices of items for this price including 2 PK Duracell "C" Batteries, Small LED Desk Lamp, and 3 FT Apple Charging Cable. For someone who wants to give a gift to their partner, this online shop has a wide selection of watches and jewelry. prices start from $ 3 for a Small Digital Watch. And the most expensive is the Yellow Voulez Vous Women's Stainless Steel Quartz Movement for $ 32.99.

“We are very excited to launch our store, we hope to serve our customers the best in the future. Forget the giant box shops and large retail sites with lots of sellers. We treat our customers like family. “ Joseph Rotella, CEO of Rotella Resale

About Rotella Resale

Rotella Resale is a new online store, with the concept of one-stop shopping. Customers can shop for a variety of daily needs ranging from household needs, sports, jewelry, to the automotive. The price of the goods offered is affordable with easy payment and fast delivery. For more information please visit https://www.rotellaresale.com

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Name: Joseph Rotella
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Organization: Rotella Resale
Website: https://www.rotellaresale.com

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