We thought we could save money buying from a capitalistic giant supermarket chain. We didn't factor our cost of time pushing the trolley up and down the isles, parking, getting the products to our store, or simply they don't have the range. We forgot we were supporting those responsible for the demise of small family businesses.
When the handsome young man came from J&A to offer us help we jumped at the opportunity.
Not only do J&A Wholesalers offer industry best pricing, but they have also given me the winning lotto numbers each week. It's such a shame I cannot afford to pay for a System 45.
For an extra fee they have offered a map that shows the position of the end of the rainbow.
Our grocery warehouse gave me a gadget where I could walk the shelves and scan the code for any missing products on my shelf. Great in theory, not good in practice. Some sneaky person keeps stealing the labels for confectionery shelves.
The rep from J&A had been coming trying to sell his wares for the previous few weeks. I gave in and let him sort the counters and chips for us. He knows his stuff. I suspect he has a carload of bar-code tickets.
I rarely pay them on time and they try to bluff me with credit hold. Sometimes I win, sometimes they do. I'm happy with that.
Once I had a sore throat from yodeling too much. I looked up throat lozenges in my browser and The Distributors Canberra popped up. They hooked me up with the best products that suited yodeling fixes.
I bought from J&A Wholesalers once. Not only did I receive a free Unicorn in the box of pops, but all my hair grew back.