August 17, 2010, 2:42 PM

CPO Commerce Launches Its 35th Branded CPO Retail Website

CPOsinger.com offers the full line of Singer sewing machines.

Pasadena, CA Aug. 16, 2010 -- CPO Commerce, Inc. announced today the launch of CPO Singer (http://www.cposinger.com/), CPO's newest branded retail website. This site offers the full line of Singer sewing machines, plus accessories and helpful sewing guides.

This is the thirty-fifth specialty retail website by CPO Commerce (http://www.cpooutlets.com/), a leading online retailer in the home improvement category. Consumers can choose from a wide variety of machines, including electronic sewing machines, embroidery sewing machines, mechanical sewing machines and sergers. Additionally, CPO has the largest selection of factory-reconditioned Singer sewing machines, which allow customers to save significantly while getting like-new item performance.

"Singer offers practically designed machines for every level of sewing," says CPO founder, president and CEO Rob Tolleson. "They have been the leading US manufacturer of sewing machines since the 1850s. Their dedication to innovation and quality has made them the most recognized name in the sewing machine category, and we are proud to carry and partner with this great brand."

About CPO Commerce

CPO Commerce partners with manufacturers of leading brands in the home improvement industry to establish, develop and operate CPO branded online outlet stores for new, closeout, discontinued, excess and refurbished products. CPO's branding and merchandising strategies enable manufacturers to generate improved return on assets while preserving brand and pricing integrity in the market. For more information, please visit http://www.cpooutlets.com.

 

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