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Wholesale companies can be tough to establish relationships with when you have a new business. I was surprised last year that BJ's opened a B2B division. Unlike some big wholesale companies that want a gigantic and regular order before they'll consider you the BJ's one doesn't seem that crazy expensive. Don't get me wrong it's not cheap. From what I can tell it's a $5,000 no strings attached initial order. Again, not cheap, but from what I've seen much cheaper than some other Wholesale places.

So has anyone used their B2B sales service or know someone who has? What was the experience like?
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