College students often need affordable transportation but don't have a lot of cash, or many entrepreneurs with a natural mechanical gift search for very cheap used cars that they can fix up and then resell for a significant profit.
Typically, used car dealerships purchase vehicles from auctions, off lease or as a trade-in, invest a certain amount of money to make the vehicle road worthy, and then resell that used vehicle for close to its market value.
In order to recognize those organizations that continue to help collect, resell or redistribute donated furniture, the following stories provide examples of the tremendous generosity of some individuals and organizations.
Whether you are a dealer looking to resell wholesale archery supplies or a non-hunting reseller that has the correct license and likes archery for sport, then you will be able to buy wholesale archery supplies.
Although these watches are initially available to employees, those employees resell the watches (usually for a profit) and the outside public can snatch up watches shortly after they become available.
Whether you are reselling the gold or expect your children or grandchildren to resell the bullion, the certificate will authenticate the gold and make it easier on the sellers to negotiate prices.
People tend to try to "resell" their tickets for the value of the remaining days, allowing you a much cheaper vacation experience, while providing them with a refund on some of their money spent.
People would buy the notes and resell them for even higher prices, until finally someone at the end of the line would not be able to resell the note and they would get the bulb when it was ready.
Many auto mechanics are always on the lookout for cars under 1000 dollars, because they know that most of the time they can quickly repair the vehicle and then resell it for a much higher price.
To-day Labuan chiefly exists as a trading depot for the natives of the neighbouring coast of Borneo, who sell their produce - beeswax, edible birds-nests, camphor, gutta, trepang, &c., - to Chinese shopkeepers, who resell it in Singapore.