Jim Stacey of the janitorial supply company out of Tamworth, BNI Distribution talked with Roy earlier today and let us know that he has bulk orders of toilet paper, paper towels, anti-bacterial cleaners, “restaurant” wipes, gloves, and more for sale to the public. Jim explains that he knows that Valley residents are in need of these products and wanted to be able to help without running up the prices. Jim has over 30 years experience in the industry and says it his pleasure to open up his business like this to fill the void. BNI Distribution is located at 376 Plains Rd in Tamworth, NH, however, Jim prefers if you call him first and make an appointment, if you would like to make a purchase. The number to call is 603-539-1640. It’s CASH or CHECK ONLY and WHILE SUPPLIES LAST, so do not wait. Listen to the interview below.


For more information about BNI Distribution please go to BNIDIST.COM

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