My name is Sean Kearney and I warehouse and directly source all the merchandise offered on my website for your commercial kitchen needs.
My prices are below food service industry pricing. Why are my prices so low? The question should be - Why are some of my competitor's prices so high? Most of my competitors market their products thru salesmen or affiliate schemes that drive prices up drastically. If a company pays out 20 to 50% commissions to it’s salesmen that would double or in some cases triple the cost of their products. Also, when you purchase directly from a specialty distributor, you will always get a better price than buying from a large food service distributor. Then again this just my opinion on the matter.
My start-up is a profitable and not a rapidly growing corporation, but we are a one man start-up armed with a lap top, adobe photoshop, excel spreadsheets, an iPhone, iPad, secure wifi, a shared secured servers, free marketing via social media, and e-commerce aps compliments of Craigslist, eBay, Amazon, Google, Facebook, Apple, Twitter, Facebook, Square, Godaddy and Youtube.
The Restaurant Warehouse is a marriage of e-commerce and social networking. The Restaurant Warehouse is an e-commerce company that displays it’s product offering across online channels including Amazon, Google, eBay, Facebook, Social Networks, Blogs and e-mails.
I feel it is my fiduciary duty to be profitable to ensure I will be around for the long term to continue to support my customers, but I also feel it also important to offer my customers ongoing support for their business. I am not running a company that needs to invest profits in technology. The companies that I am partnered with are all pay on performance companies that have invested heavily and continue to invest in technology. Their job is to bring customers to my products and to keep my customers data and information secure.
The profit margin I make is well below the industry standard, but I am able to grow with low overhead as I sell direct via the internet, and pass the savings on to our customers.
The Restaurant Warehouse is a privately-held Seattle, Washington company with an innovative approach to online marketing, drop shipping, retail fulfillment, and customer service. Launched on September 1, 2015 by veteran Amazon.com employee Sean Kearney, Seattle-based The Restaurant Warehouse provides customers online with superior customer service and great values for their commercial restaurants. Driven by the development and execution of new retail marketing initiatives, The Restaurant Warehouse goal is to develop a substantial share without adding salesmen commissions to it’s markup.
Founded in by Amazon.com alumnus Sean Kearney, The Restaurant Warehouse is spread accross multiple warehouses. If you would like further information about our products and services or an opportunity to engage Sean Kearney, please feel free to email email@example.com or call me directly on my cell phone 206-419-5801.
Sean Kearney is a 1993 graduate of the University of Washington, where he obtained a BA in business and marketing while playing on the Huskies football team as a linebacker. He developed an interest in sports medicine and herbal supplements while employed by General Nutrition Centers from 1993 to 1995. He worked for Amazon.com from 1998 to 2001, rising to become an event marketing manager after two years performing customer service duties. Subsequent to his departing Amazon, he started a online retail company focusing on health and wellness, which he subsequently sold.