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Working Person's named among Internet Retailer Second 500
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Jul '14
Working Person’s Store has been named part of the Internet Retailer Second 500 for the third year in a row. Eric Deniger, CEO of Working Person’s Enterprises said, “This is an exciting time for Working Person’s Store. We are growing every day and are proud to be part of the Second 500 list”. Their 2014 online sales volume earned them the rank of 568 out of all online retailers in the United States.
 
This year is the 4th edition of the Second 500 to be published. This guide is a “detailed look at the true up-and-comers of (North American) e-commerce - the ones that move fast and are aggressive to embrace the findings this data reveals.” The North American e-commerce companies are ranked into the Second 500 according to their 2013 online sales. The 2014 Second 500 guide is available for purchase now. 
 
About Working Person's Store:
Since 1995, Working Person’s Store has been on a singular mission: deliver the very best in name-brand work apparel at the lowest prices, with a commitment to honesty and customer service. Today, specializing in brands that work, and backed by a 120% Price Protection Guarantee, Working Person’s Store is a leading online retailer of quality name-brand workwear, work footwear and safety gear. Working Person’s Store was recognized as one of the country’s fastest growing privately-held businesses with an award-winning website.
 
Featuring top brands such as Carhartt, Wolverine, Dickies, Under Armour, Timberland PRO, Dr. Martens, Carolina Shoes, Wrangler and more. Working Person’s Store is based out of South Bend, Indiana.
 

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