New Domain Makes it Easier Than Ever to Identify Where to Find Steals (Not Just Deals) on the Web for Babies, Kids, and Women
Salt Lake City, UT – September 12, 2012 – Today Steal Network announced the purchase of the domain STEALS.com for an undisclosed amount. STEALS.com is home to four popular and trusted daily deal sites, including BabySteals.com, KidSteals.com, SheSteals.com, and ScrapbookSteals.com, that spoon-feed shoppers curated, brand-name products that are rarely discounted online.
STEALS.com sets the standard for what it means to get a steal online. The company’s motto - “it’s not just a deal, it’s a steal” - reflects its philosophy that while anyone can provide a deal online, it takes fanatical customer service, lightning-fast shipping, and the ability to deliver a high-quality product at a discount you can’t find anywhere else to truly offer a steal. With STEALS.com, consumers can easily identify what is a steal, and what is just another “deal.”
“Savvy shoppers know there is nothing more satisfying than getting a quality product for a great price before it sells out,” said founder Jana Francis, an avid online shopper and mom of three. “Our brand reflects our mission of re-creating that feeling of pure shopping joy – the moment when you get a true steal.”
All STEALS.com sites put a high priority on the shopping experience, offering incredible steals along with same-day shipping and fast customer service with 15-minute response times.
STEALS.com is changing the way people think about daily deals. Launched before Groupon even hit the scene, STEALS.com (formerly Steal Network) includes four hyper-targeted daily deal sites, including BabySteals.com, KidSteals.com, SheSteals.com, and ScrapbookSteals.com, that sell products, not vouchers. Each site follows the same simple model by offering exclusive discounts (up to 40-80 percent off) on just two deals a day, one at 9 AM and one at 9 PM MT, each for 12 hours or until it sells out. Coupled with fanatical customer service and lightning-fast shipping, the sites make shopping fun again, recalling the excitement of discovering a true “steal.” http://www.steals.com