Site sends shoppers tips on warehouse and surplus sales across the country

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How to get the inside scoop on when and where major retailers hold warehouse sales.

It's no secret, several times a year, big corporations open their doors for a warehouse sale to move surplus items. Finding out when and when and where those sales are held is usually difficult unless you had an inside tip. But, now, there's a website for that.

Warehouseweekends.com is all you need to get the scoop on warehouse and surplus sales.

"I guess they just put us on their site and people found out about it," said Aly Silverio who owns Raleigh based online clothing company Jawbreaking.

Jawbreaking recently held a surplus sale and was featured on Warehouseweekends.com, which, combined with social media, helped make the inaugural sale a success.

"That was our first time," said Silverio. "It went better than we expected."

Silverio did not solicit the Warehouseweekends.com to share the surplus sale with subscribers. But, she was happy to hear their sale was featured.

Shoppers can get alerts through Warehouseweekends.com for any state across the country. The tips on sales include companies like J Crew in Virginia, Mountain Khakis in Charlotte, and Ledbury in Richmond to name a few. But to get the inside scoop, you have to sign up for email alerts.

This week, an alert was sent out for a sample sale at the Hanes factory in Winston-Salem from Aug. 19-23. The alert says most items were priced between $2 and $6 at previous sales. It also states you can save on all Hanes brand items including Just My Size, Bali, Barely There and Champion to name a few.

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